Becky Lynch

The Year 2022 Was Becky Lynch’s Favourite In Her Professional Career

Becky Lynch had a very eventful year last year, which started with “Big Time Becks” maintaining her throne before she was finally deposed and “The Man” returned. The former WWE “Raw” Women’s Champion admitted on Twitter that 2022 was her favourite year of her 20-year career as she thought back on the passing of the calendar.

Lynch entered each year in a stylish way, frequently donning outfits that were loud, colourful, and fit for a red carpet. Her go-to accessory was a piece of championship gold. Lynch got a minor makeover, though, as Bianca Belair removed a section of her distinctive orange hair in the weeks before WWE WrestleMania 38.

Lynch adopted the change quickly and briefly rocked a mullet before squabbling with Belair once more at WWE SummerSlam. She came close, but the long-standing hostilities between the two ended when “The Man” turned up to assist in thwarting the unexpected reappearance of Bayley, IYO SKY, and Dakota Kai. Lynch, unfortunately, separated her shoulder during her fight with Belair and had to take four months off from fighting to heal.

Survivor Series: WarGames

Lynch enjoyed portraying pop icon Cyndi Lauper on “Young Rock” during the Season 3 premiere, despite not being in the ring. Prior to returning for Survivor Series: WarGames, Lynch took the opportunity to continue writing her autobiography. She did so by helping her teammates Belair, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, and Mia Yim win a gruelling WarGames match. “I appreciate you all joining me on this journey. #ManOfThePeople, “Lynch composed.

Becky Lynch has returned and is ready to fight! The 11/25 WWE SmackDown began with a confident Damage CTRL overhyping their Survivor Series WarGames match against Team Bianca Belair, with Bayley asking Belair & Co. to get a taste of what’s in store. Belair, followed by her team members Alexa Bliss, Asuka, and Mia Yim, obliged, but not before revealing her other Survivor Series mystery partner. Belair told Bayley, “Well, there’s five of you and four of us.”

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. 

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