Becky Lynch is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in WWE, whose value continues to skyrocket with every passing week. Big Time Becks has excelled as a heel and babyface during her career, but it appears Becky feels she never quite made it in WWE.
Becky Lynch has held prestigious titles as both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s Champion, and she has also triumphed as the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion. The Man also won the Women’s Royal Rumble match, so she has certainly reached the top of the company numerous times.
While speaking on the latest episode of WWE’s After The Bell, Lynch was asked if she’s able to look back on all of the success in her career in a good light. Becky Lynch stated that she feels she never quite made it in WWE.
“I think in some ways, yes. I think there’s very much an appreciation to the transitory nature of life, I suppose, and I think kind of coming to terms with, you can’t hold onto any of these things.
You can’t go, ‘Okay, yeah, but I want to win the main event for the first time and win two championships again.’ You can’t hold onto that, and you can’t reach for the same thing again. You kind of have to always move on and find new goals, and kind of appreciate the things that happen.
But I don’t think you ever kind of really sit back and go, ‘Yeah, I made it,’ because you’re always on to the next thing. I think if anything, it’s given me an appreciation of aging. I know that sounds kind of weird or whatever, but I think we’re in such an industry that you feel, when you get to a certain age, by the way, I’m still young.
I’m still very young, but you see comments or whatever it is. ‘Oh, she’s looking old,’ or whatever. You never read the comments, but sometimes, you’ll happen to stumble upon one.”
“We’ve still got so much to do.’ I have earned every wrinkle on my face, every gray hair that you’ll never see because I’ve dying it since I was 15, and you kind of have this appreciation for life and how we’re just constantly progressing, and things happen, and then they’re gone, and you can’t hold onto them and we have to keep moving forward, and what’s the next thing, and how do we appreciate what’s happening right now?”
Becky Lynch will be part of the Women’s Money In The Bank match today, so it remains to be seen whether she will be able to win the one thing that as eluded her throughout her career.
What’s your view on what Becky said? Do you think Becky Lynch’s character isn’t as good anymore? Sound off in the comments!