Becky Lynch is still one of the most popular female WWE Superstars in recent memory. The Man’s meteoric rise to Superstardom back in 2018 is well documented. It propelled her career to the absolute top, which culminated in her winning both the RAW and Smackdown Women’s Championships at WrestleMania 35, defeating both Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey in the main event of the Show of Shows. She is also engaged to WWE Superstar Seth Rollins and the two welcomed their baby girl Roux in December of 2020. Becky Lynch previously broke character after her match against WWE Hall Of Famer Lita as well.
Becky Lynch made her return at WWE SummerSlam as she went on to defeat Bianca Belair in a squash match and became the new Smackdown Women’s Champion. Since then, she has defended her title successfully against the likes of Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Doudrop, and Lita.
Roman Reigns has been the WWE Universal Champion for well over 500 days now. Reigns has now spent 567 days as the WWE Universal Champion. In celebration of this, WWE on Instagram uploaded a photo of Reigns as champion during a recent live event. Becky Lynch commented on the post, as she made fun of Reigns’ run.
”That’s cute. I’m over 600.”
During a recent appearance on the ever-so-popular WWE podcast, “After the Bell with Corey Graves” – Lita discussed how her match with Becky Lynch at Elimination Chamber earlier this year gave her ‘peace’ to move on from an extremely controversial and infamous WWE angle that she was involved in with notable WWE tag team Cryme Time. Credit to WrestlingNews.co for the below.
“It gave me a sense of peace. As if that’s my last match, it made me feel peace moving forward. If it’s not my last match, I’m able to feel a clean slate going forward. I get asked so much like, in every interview, ‘Talk about your last match when Cryme Tyme came out and stole your stuff from you.’ I try to put a positive spin on that, like, ‘Oh, it was funny, I’m a heel, and that’s cool.’ We all know that that’s not how I felt. So to go, ‘Yeah, that’s where we were then, but here’s where we are now, and the present is where it’s important, and to be able to say that with honesty feels nice.”