Becky Lynch Explains Reasoning Behind Bianca Belair Losing Quickly At WWE SummerSlam


During the peak of the build for ‘The Man’ Becky Lynch, the current SmackDown Women’s Champion was supposed to face Ronda Rousey in a traditional RAW Women’s Champion vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion match. Plans were nixed due to Nia Jax breaking Becky Lynch’s nose and giving her a severe concussion that put The Man on the sidelines, and gave us Charlotte Flair and Ronda instead.

Although she eventually got her moment in the main event of WrestleMania 35 against both Rousey and Charlotte, Lynch spoke about being upset for not being able to have a one-on-one match with Rousey on the latest episode of the Out of Character Podcast with Ryan Satin. The SmackDown Women’s Champion said she was severely concussed from Nia’s punch as well, and that led to her being very emotional about not receiving her match with Rousey at Survivor Series.

“I was pretty devastated, I was also severely concussed,” Lynch said. “I think that helped the devastation because really, I knew that if this match didn’t happen now, it was going to happen at WrestleMania. I knew pretty quickly that it was a good thing that this had happened, but still, I was just – when you’re concussed, you’re very emotional. I was really devastated that it wasn’t going to happen, even in the hospital. I was trying to think of ways that I could still have the match at Survivor Series and they were like, ‘No, no, no, you’re not wrestling.’ I was like, ‘But I can do this, and then she can do that…’ They were like, ‘No.’”

Lynch continued to say she believes the match still will happen down the road between her and Rousey, and why the result of the match would be very lopsided.

“Yeah, I do think it will,” Lynch said. “The fact that I’ve had a baby and came back so great that she’ll wanna one up me. She’ll probably want to come back in three months or something. And then I’ll be right there to punch her right in the face, give her a Rock Bottom, out of here in…

Source : wrestlinginc

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