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Becky Lynch Reveals Her Favorite Match, Trish Stratus Talks WWE Post-TKO Merger

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On a recent edition of “The Ringer Wrestling Show” podcast, WWE Superstar Becky Lynch discussed working with Trish Stratus last year and their Steel Cage match at WWE Payback 2023.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On working with Trish Stratus: “I loved that match. I loved that match. That’s gonna go down as one of my favorite matches, one of the matches that I’m most proud of. I love that match. I felt very in it the whole time, too. I think that’s how I measure how good a match is, is how present I feel in it. Because sometimes you’re thinking about things because you have to think about a lot. So it’s easier to kind of get lost in the present tense of a match when it’s on a pay-per-view because you’re not so beholden to advertisements and things like that. You have more freedom. Usually, you have to be thinking about break spots. You have to be thinking about going off-air if you’re in the main event on a TV show. So with pay-per-view, you get the freedom to breathe and enjoy and be present, and that’s one of those matches where I really felt in it, really enjoyed it the whole time.”

On if that was the last of Trish Stratus in WWE: “I don’t think so. I don’t think so. I think she wants to come back again.”

In a recent appearance on the “BriouxTV: The Podcast,” WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus discussed WWE’s transformation following the merger with the UFC into TKO Group Holdings.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On how things have changed: “There are little things that are different, but for the most part, the machine is the machine. There are the writers and the things that are still running, all the things are still in place. The writing team is in place, the producers, the agents, and the talent. Everyone is still doing their job. I think what they wanted was a bit of a seamless transition anyway. I think that was the idea. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

On WWE’s success: “It’s one of those things where it’s running, the WWE is what it is and it has its success. We have enjoyed some of the stuff that comes with being partners with TKO. Bigger exposure. WrestleMania this year is record numbers. A lot of fan experiences, they are creating things like that, which is something they bring to the table. It’s been a good partnership so far.”

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