Becky Lynch is one of the top babyfaces in WWE, but she didn’t get there on her own. It took a lot of work and believe in herself in order to make her dreams come true. She also was able to establish a loyal fan base which she realizes is a huge part of her success as well. But the whole time, she had to remain true to herself in order to make it happen.
Lynch recently spoke to MSNBC as part of their Locker Room Leaders series where she revealed some secrets to her success and a little history of how she had to quit the business and try out acting only to return seven years later.
“I think the greatest obstacle in my career has always been myself and it’s been confidence. If you don’t believe in yourself nobody else will.”
Lynch said that her advice to anyone that is trying to bet on themselves is to take their audience into account. For Lynch, it was the WWE Universe who rallied behind her and made everyone take notice.
“I think if you can create a loyal fan base or loyal customer base then people are going to follow you where ever and you’ll be set for life.”
Lynch also discussed her journey through wrestling and after being injured in a match in Germany, she spent seven years away from the pro wrestling business. Then she went to a pro wrestling school and she was told that she should try out for WWE and the rest, as they say, is history.
Now Lynch is SmackDown Women’s Champion and only time will tell what will happen on December 16th at TLC, but she could in for a huge fight against Asuka and Charlotte Flair as they try to dethrone her. But without or without a title, Lynch is still likely to get keep her huge push and roll through WrestleMania in a highlighted position.
WWE Superstar Becky Lynch is leading the women’s revolution in the world of professional wrestling. She broke her face (literally) to get to the top of the industry. Find out how getting in her own head almost cost her achieving her biggest dreams and why the customer is always right. For more, watch MSNBC Your Business.
Posted by NBC News on Thursday, November 29, 2018
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