Becky Lynch is one of the biggest Superstars in all of WWE right now and she is quite outspoken regarding things she truly believes in. Therefore, it comes as no surprise she called out part-time wrestlers in WWE.

Becky Lynch shared her thoughts on the use of part-time stars and celebrities in WWE programming during an interview with British newspaper The Mirror, discussing her book “The Man: Not Your Average Average Girl.”

Lynch expressed her perspective on the dynamics surrounding part-time stars, highlighting the disparity in treatment between them and full-time performers. She noted that part-time stars often receive special treatment, with creative tailored to make them appear significant during their sporadic appearances. In contrast, full-time performers consistently put in the work to elevate others and maintain the show’s momentum.

“It’s easy to be special when you only show up every four weeks or however often and then creative is specifically designed to make you feel important.


“Whereas when you are on TV every week, you’re on every live event, you’re doing the work to make these people seem important, you are doing the grunt work to allow them to come in and say ‘hello, let me wave majestically at everybody.’

“It used to be a thing that wrestling fans would scoff at but now it seems they are starting to revere it more. Like: ‘Oh yay, this person has come around and graced us with their presence.’ So that becomes frustrating.”

The former WWE champion also reflected on the evolution of champion presentations, comparing past practices to the current landscape. Big Time Becks emphasized the importance of champions being actively involved in the wrestling circuit, interacting with fans and honing their skills through regular appearances. Lynch shared concerns about the changing model and its potential impact on the industry’s progression.

“In the past, the champion would make their rounds through the territories, show off the title and be front and centre. Now that model is changing and I don’t know if it’s for the better.

“You learn by being in front of the crowd constantly and when you are in there with somebody who has learned by being in front of the crowd, you get better. So it moves the business forward.”

Becky Lynch previously took shot at Logan Paul as well. Nevertheless, Logan Paul has been working more consistently on WWE television as of late, so perhaps his part-time status will eventually stop somewhere down the line.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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