Becky Lynch is certainly one of the mainstays of WWE television for the past few years now. Lynch was also involved in some of the most iconic moments in recent history. It seems her heel character was given a lot of props as well recently.

Becky Lynch defended her RAW Women’s Championship against Lita at the WWE Elimination Chamber event on February 19th. Lynch successfully defended her title as well.

Since her return to WWE television at SummerSlam last year, Becky Lynch has been working as an obnoxious heel, calling herself Big Time Becks. Fans have certainly gotten behind Lynch as initially being hesitant as well.

While speaking to Forbes, WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T gave massive props to Becky Lynch for her ability to engage the crowd and also for her extraordinary heel work.


“Just the hype as far as what Becky brings to the table, she doesn’t just bring wrestling ability to the ring or anything like that, she bring an aura, an attitude and I try to teach my young wrestlers that that’s what it takes to be at the top in professional wrestling. There’s always going to be really good wrestlers, but to be able to be well-rounded, and know how to do anything, and more importantly than anything, to be able to captivate the crowd, I think that’s most important. That’s key in professional wrestling, and she does that very well.

Preference is something for the fan. For me, when I look at it, I always look at it from the entertainer’s perspective. Being able to go out there and make those fans love you, and then on a dime, being able to make them switch is something that’s very, very uncanny. So, for me, I like both sides. She did the babyface side very well, and she’s doing the heel side extraordinary.”

We will have to wait and see how WWE will book Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch’s feud in the coming weeks as Lynch is set to defend her RAW Women’s Championship against Belair at WrestleMania 38.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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