Becky Lynch lost her Women’s World Championship to Liv Morgan at WWE King & Queen of the Ring. Determined to get back her title, Lynch challenged Morgan to a rematch on RAW last month but was unsuccessful. Lynch is currently a free agent and Seth Rollins has now addressed her status amidst her free agency.

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 Countdown to Money in The Bank show, Michael Cole sat down with Seth Rollins for an interview. Cole would directly ask Seth Rollins about Becky Lynch’s status after she left WWE following her loss.

Seth Rollins confirmed that Becky Lynch is doing well but stated that he cannot talk about her future or what she has planned for the future. He added that his daughter Roux is doing great as well.


“The Man’s great. She’s great. I can’t speak to her future or what she’s got moving forward, but she’s great, she’s in good spirits. The little one’s awesome as well. She’s a menace, she runs the ship.”

A former WWE writer also believes that Becky Lynch should demand Randy Orton-level money in new contract. Becky Lynch is also expected to receive the largest contract offer in women’s history. We will have to wait and see what Big Time Becks will ultimately do, as the world is truly her oyster right now.

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