The Lasskicker has been absent from the Blue Brand since the first Smackdown Live after Survivor Series. Lynch was assaulted by the debuting Riott Squad (Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, Sarah Logan) along with Naomi. The attack was used to write Lynch off of the show so the former SD Women’s champion could finish filming for “The Marine 6: Close Quarters.”
Lynch is joining the longest ongoing WWE film series, headlined by The Miz for the past four installements, Cena manning the first and Ted Dibiase Jr leading the second. She is set to star alongside the Miz and the Heartbreak Kid Shawn Michaels, who is also making his debut in “The Marine” franchise.
The former champion is heading back to Smackdown Live soon, probably some time in January. She’s had about two months to stew over the attack that “injured” her, and will probably insert herself into the Riott Squad storyline very soon. Along with the Women’s Royal Rumble Match that was added to the PPV last Monday, Lynch will have to come back to the Blue Brand stronger than ever. She looks to make a hard hitting impact, according to her Twitter post at least.
I've landed in Ireland and there's nothing like home soil to recharge your powers. Charm REFUELLED 100%. Harm REFUELLED 100%. I can feel the history of 1000s of years of slaps and dis-arm-hers in the air. #SDLive roster be warned… #BeckysBackSoon #FullOfCharmFullOfHarm
— The Man (@BeckyLynchWWE) December 22, 2017
It’s unknown exactly when the Lasskicker will return, although I’d assume they’ll wait until the new year before she comes back to Tuesday nights. Between the women’s title picture, the Riott Squad, and the Women’s Royal Rumble, the SD Live Women’s division looks quite chaotic.
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