Becky Lynch is one of the biggest stars in all of WWE and remains a major focus of the women’s division. Despite being The Man, she is still a human at the end of the day and is susceptible to injuries. Lynch was out of action for a month earlier this year and it appears the foot injury was a precursor to a stress fracture after Trish Stratus turned heel on her.

Becky Lynch teamed up with WWE Hall of Famers Lita and Trish Stratus to defeat Damage CTRL at WrestleMania 39. Just 9 days after that, fans couldn’t believe it when Trish Stratus turned heel on Becky Lynch right after they lost the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships back in April on an episode of Monday Night RAW.

This kickstarted their feud as Trish Stratus started relentlessly mocking and trolling Becky Lynch for being absent. Of course, the tables turned after Becky Lynch made her return last month and the two have continued to feud since then.

While speaking on After The Bell With Corey Graves, Becky Lynch talked about her period of injury after Trish Stratus turned heel on her. Lynch revealed that the foot injury she suffered was a precursor to a stress fracture, so she was on the shelf for four weeks.


“So, it was right after WrestleMania, just there, right after Trish turned on me, and I hurt my foot in that match. I heard it in the beginning, and it was like a precursor to a stress fracture. So, they took me off for four weeks.”

Becky Lynch will be competing in the Money In The Bank ladder match at the Money In The Bank Premium Live Event on July 1st. We will have to wait and see whether she will be able to win the match and finally become Ms. Money In The Bank.

What do you think of what Becky Lynch said? Are you glad her injury wasn’t a very serious one? Let us know in the comments!

Tags: Becky Lynch
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