Becky Lynch remains one of the top attractions of WWE television for the past few years now. The Man has also been part of numerous historic moments over the past few years. She also opened up about her feud with Bianca Belair.

Belair and Becky Lynch’s saga began at WWE SummerSlam last year, where a returning Lynch defeated Belair for the Smackdown Women’s Title in 26 seconds.

Eventually, Belair beat Lynch for the RAW Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 38. Their feud culminated at SummerSlam this year, where Belair once again defeated Lynch to retain her title.

While speaking to Ryan Satin on the Out of Character podcast, Big Time Becks talked about her feud with the EST of WWE. Lynch stated that her feud had a beautiful ending.


“I’m really happy with what we did because I do think that it was a beautiful end to the story. It began with a handshake at SummerSlam, it ended with a handshake at SummerSlam.

It was a year of me being an a**hole and coming back around to being The Man. I feel like it was, we don’t often do long-term storytelling like that, and more often when we do it is by accident. But we had it in our minds what we wanted to push forward, especially that WrestleMania moment. Everything that happened afterwards wasn’t ideal, but actually turned out to be ideal. So, I’m real proud of that year.”

Lynch is already working hard at the gym despite the injury. It remains to be seen whether Lynch will be back in time for WrestleMania 39. Fans would love to see her face Ronda Rousey at the Show of Shows next year.

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