Becky Lynch is unable to work WWE Survivor Series tonight so her scheduled match against Ronda Rousey is now going to Charlotte Flair. But all is not lost for The Man because as we previously reported, Lynch vs Rousey could very well be in line for WrestleMania.
Edge recently spoke to Inside The Ropes where he explained the situation of Lynch unable to work Survivor Series due to injury. He said that this setback will do nothing but help her career in the long run because of the fact that the image of her bloody and confident face was posted all over social media the next day leading to an even sharper spike in her popularity which as he sees it, could very well bring her to WrestleMania.

“Strangely, I think it will do nothing but help her because all I saw this morning was her [taunting] with blood all over her face. Alright, well clearly that’s the meme, the gif, the Instapotty whatever you kids call it these days — it’s everywhere.”
“So now I see it that the match at WrestleMania that’s Charlotte and Ronda is now happening this weekend [at Survivor Series] think about what that means […] Becky goes to Mania against Ronda now.”
“I think now that their hand is forced they’re like, right, what is the marquee matchup that happens this weekend? It’s Becky and Rousey. I think they have finally accepted this organic tsunami that is Becky’s popularity.”

Becky Lynch might or might not have anything to do with Survivor Series tonight. If anything, she’s likely to make an appearance, but you know that she wants to get involved. Hopefully, she’ll be able to heal up and get back to action soon and play it safe as well because she could have a very important match coming up at WrestleMania.
Only time will tell how WWE arranges Becky vs Ronda, but Lynch is likely to drop her title in the process or vice versa with Rousey. It will be very interesting down the line for Lynch so if you’re bummed about not being able to see Ronda vs Becky at Survivor Series, you can have faith that WWE could very well be planning something down the line.

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