Becky Lynch has had a busy month with her march towards WrestleMania 40 for a huge title opportunity and the release of her autobiography, titled ‘Becky Lynch The Man: Not Your Average Average Girl’ that revealed an interesting insight about one of her famous squash matches.

As many would recall, Becky Lynch returned to WWE SummerSlam in 2021 after a long hiatus due to her real-life pregnancy. The Man came out to a thunderous response from the audience right before the start of a huge title match.

At the time, then-SmackDown Women’s champion Bianca Belair was scheduled to defend her title against Carmella. However, right after The Man came around, she knocked out Mella to take her place in the match and it took one forearm and manhandle slam to pin Belair for the title in 26 seconds.

In her autobiography, Becky mentioned that she spotted the EST of WWE crying backstage and went up to assure her that she would give it right back to her when the time was right, which she did when Lynch was defeated by Bianca in a high-stakes title bout at WrestleMania 38.

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Moreover, the former WWE Women’s champion also stated that it was Vince McMahon’s idea to go ahead with the squash finish and Becky Lynch had no say in the former WWE Chairman’s decision.

Regardless, things turned out fine as Bianca Belair went on to become a top-caliber WWE superstar on the main roster. As for The Man right now, she is scheduled to battle WWE Women’s World champion Rhea Ripley in high-stakes title bout at WrestleMania 40 in two weeks.

What are your thoughts on Becky Lynch having no say in her match against Bianca Belair back in 2021? Sound off in the comments!

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