Becky Lynch on Seth Rollins Defending WWE and What Goals She Has Left


Becky Lynch is The Man. She has headlined WrestleMania, she’s been in about every gimmick match in WWE, and now she’s taking Monday Night Raw by storm with her real-life boyfriend, Seth Rollins.

Becky Lynch recently spoke to Guide Live about her on-screen pairing with her real-life boyfriend, his recent Twitter spats, what her favorite matches, and what goals she still has left. Below are some highlights.

Becky Lynch on her favorite match:

” My favorite match of my career currently would probably be the Last Woman Standing with Charlotte (at Evolution in 2018), for many reasons. And then obviously, the highlight of my career – main-eventing WrestleMania 35 and winning two championships on the grandest stage of them all.”

Becky Lynch talks being paired with Seth Rollins on-camera:

“That’s something that came about recently. I think seeing the potential to have two top stars fighting side by side as champions is something that we couldn’t really ignore, so here we are.”

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Becky on Seth Rollins recently defending WWE on Twitter:

“I’ve seen what he’s been doing. That’s completely him. He rightfully exposes the fact that we are the premier wrestling show. We’re constantly putting on matches, five-star matches time after time. I think that he just wants that to be noticed and appreciated. But that’s got absolutely nothing to do with me, I don’t know that I’ve rubbed off on him in that way.”

Becky hopes her own Twitter feud with Edge and Beth Phoenix will lead to a match:

“Yeah. I would love to step in the ring against Beth Phoenix. She really was a pioneer, and I think she hung up her boots too soon. So, I want her to lace them up again and step in the ring.”

Becky Lynch reveals another major goal surrounding the headlining match of WrestleMania:

“WrestleMania, again! Main event WrestleMania, again – in a singles match this time. To me, it’s all about maintaining, and it’s about consistency. It’s about making wrestling the coolest thing on TV, something that the people can’t wait to tune in and find out what’s happening. For me, that’s not a tougher goal, but it’s a lofty goal to really maintain that level of interest all the time. Because it’s one thing to get to the top of the mountain, but it’s a whole other to stay there. That’s the hard part. That’s when the work starts.”

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