In a recent interview with Seth Rollins for “Never Before Told,” Becky Lynch shared a piece of advice for young wrestlers starting in the pro wrestling business.
Lynch said, “I suppose it’s, more than anything, trust yourself. Then, it’s the thing that John [Cena] used to always say to me that used to frustrate the hell out of me. ‘I don’t know who you are. Who are you?’ ‘Well, I’m this,’ and then I would go into this long-form explanation, and essentially, it’s, ‘Who are you?’ Find out who you are and bring that to the table in an understandable and digestible manner. That can often be the hardest thing in wrestling.”
On a recent edition of his “Foley Is Pod” podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley discussed the incredible work Paul “Triple H” Levesque has been doing as the Chief Content Officer of WWE.
Foley said, “I’d have to give him an A+, because he has stuck to programs that needed the longevity. The character building has been really good. And I think you can see he has been given more reign to create the big shows the way he sees fit. And I think WWE’s really benefiting from that.”