Becky Lynch is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars in all of WWE and no one can deny that fact. Since her return from injury last week on Friday Night Smackdown, Lynch became the main focus on WWE television again. However, Jimmy Korderas wasn’t a fan of how Lynch interacted with fans on Monday Night RAW this week.

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Becky Lynch came off a huge victory at WWE Survivor Series WarGames, as she was part of the winning team. On this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, Becky Lynch kicked off the show in a way only she knew how.

Lynch got in the crowd and really played up her babyface character. After she made her way to the fans in attendance and interacting with them, namely with a boy named Bob, The Man was then involved in a brawl with Damage CTRL.


While speaking during the latest edition of his Reffin Rant online series, former WWE referee Jimmy Korderas talked about Becky Lynch’s actions on the show. He ripped Lynch for sucking up to the crowd too much.

I’m all for Becky Lynch being the babyface that she is right now, but did she really need to play up to the audience the way she did and put them over huge and how much she loves them and does everything for them? Even go out into the crowd with Bob and Zachary and the kids – look, it was a cool moment for them for sure, but at the same time, I like the edgy Becky Lynch, the one that the crowd likes that doesn’t have to play up to them.

She doesn’t have to suck up them. To me it felt like she sucked up to the crowd to get their approval, she’s got their approval, she didn’t need to go to those lengths last night.

We will have to wait and see how WWE books Becky Lynch now that she is back as a regular feature on the red brand. Damage CTRL seems to be her first feud for the time being, so fans can’t wait to tune in to see The Man every week once again.

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