Becky Lynch lost her Women’s World Championship to Liv Morgan at WWE King & Queen of the Ring. Eager to reclaim her title, Lynch challenged Morgan to a rematch on RAW last month but was unsuccessful. Currently a free agent, there have been discussions about a potential move to AEW, but Tony Khan has refrained from commenting on any possible signing of Lynch.

Liv Morgan defended her Women’s World Championship against Becky Lynch on the May 27th edition of Monday Night RAW in a steel cage match. Despite Lynch’s best efforts, Morgan won the match and retained the title. This marked Becky Lynch’s last WWE match for the time being, as Lynch is currently free agent.

While speaking during the AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door media call, Tony Khan was asked about the potential signings of Dijak and Becky Lynch. Khan initially expressed reluctance to discuss ongoing negotiations with free agents but acknowledged his respect for the mentioned names.

“There are some great free agents out there. These are great names you’re talking about. I have a lot of respect for everybody you said, but it probably wouldn’t behoove me or benefit AEW for me to give my contract thoughts on all of them or what I would negotiate or what I would have with any of them. I do think they’re all great talents.”


We have also reported the possibility of Becky Lynch making her way to AEW. Only time will tell whether Lynch will end up taking a long break from WWE and end up signing a lucrative contract with them eventually.

What do you think the future holds for Becky Lynch? Is AEW a possibility? Sound off in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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