Becky Lynch hasn’t been back on WWE television since she relinquished her RAW Women’s Title to Asuka after Money In The Bank. The Man became The Mom, and now fans are eagerly awaiting her comeback. Bayley isn’t so thrilled about the idea, and she seems glad that Lynch has yet to return.

Ringside News exclusively reported that Becky Lynch inked a new WWE contract. This will see her with the company for longer, but they aren’t rushing her return to television just yet.

While speaking to Rick Ucchino, Bayley discussed Becky Lynch’s possible return. She gloated about how it didn’t happen at WrestleMania and said that any thought it would take place was just wishful thinking on the part of fans.

“I think it was wishful thinking and people ready to see Becky back and ready to see me get my butt-kicked, I guess. It’s not gonna happen because she didn’t come back, suckers. She’s too busy being a mom. I’m sure it’ll happen at some time. We both have some time left and we both have a lot of things we want to do. I’m sure she has a list of things she wants to do. The last time I think we were in the ring together may have been when I beat her up with a chair.”

“I’m sure she’s ready to get her hands on me and I’ll be ready because I’ve been doing a lot since she’s been gone. This is consistent Bayley, no time off for me. I’ve been making moves, Becky Lynch. She better start (at the bottom). I know she ‘gave up’ her championship, but that doesn’t mean she’ll return and be right back in that picture. She better start at the very bottom.”

Becky Lynch will make her return to WWE television, but it needs to mean something. That special moment could be coming when we least expect it. Or, they could always announce it and hype it on social media. Either way, fans can’t wait to see The Man’s return to WWE after so much has changed over the past year.

When do you think Becky Lynch will return to WWE television? Who should she go after first?

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Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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