Becky Lynch

Outside Of The Ring, Becky Lynch Has Some Existing Plans 

Becky Lynch has made a few film appearances during her successful WWE career. According to IMDb, Lynch made her film debut as Maddy Hayes in the sixth instalment of WWE’s “The Marine franchise,” along with Shawn Michaels and The Miz. Her antagonistic performance was not her final film appearance, as she had a voice role in Parmount+’s Rumble.

Lynch has most notably appeared on an episode of Showtime’s Billions, but it does Lynch have bigger ambitions? Lynch stated in an interview that she may focus on acting in the long term. She stated, Performance is always what I want to do. She added, There’s a few things forthcoming and occurring that I’m excited about, as well as getting moved around and stuff, so we’ll take it as it comes.” We’ll see how it all plays out over time.

According to the Irish Film and Television Network, Lynch earned an acting degree from the Dublin Institute of Technology. In addition, she has training from Columbia College Chicago and the Gaiety School of Acting, and she is currently studying to be a clown. She may, nevertheless, be interested in playing a superhero in the future.

Aspirations for an MCU 

Becky Lynch’s future role in films is unknown, but rumours circulated last week about her possibly making an appearance in Marvel’s upcoming “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Although the rumours were debunked, it appears that a future MCU presence isn’t completely out of the question. Lynch told Bleacher Report that he would like to appear in a Marvel film someday “I am a huge Marvel fan. Let’s wait and see what happens.”

Lynch, fortunately, has some contacts among Hollywood’s elite. She revealed to The Independent that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson & John Cena have mentored her thus far. “They just give so much of their time,” she said. “If I ever have a question, an area of concern, a worry, or something to run by them, those who are so open and helpful and willing to help me out.”

With Sasha Banks appearing on “The Mandalorian,” a WWE star making a major crossover isn’t unheard of. Perhaps Lynch will appear in an MCU-related Disney+ product in the long term. In any case, Lynch’s future remains unknown, but film roles aren’t out of the question.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.