Becky Lynch has revolutionized her Twitter account leaving fans a bit dumbfounded, with someone who understood that it was a change in storyline and someone who instead became concerned after the wrestler had also tweeted that she would not be on Monday Night raw.
After having clarified, with the confirmation of various sources, that her absence is linked to a small injury she already had and which has worsened, Fightful Select also wanted to investigate further because many fans have asked the site for help worried about the contract of the wrestler, given that Drew McIntyre also recently blacked out his Twitter profile in the period of rumors about the expiry of his agreement with Stamford.
Investigating, journalist Sean Ross Sapp wrote, with a transcript of Ringside News, that The Man's contract expires in June 2024 and that for now the negotiations for a renewal have yet to start.
The contractual situation of The Man
Specifically, Sapp wrote: "Becky Lynch had the wrestling world gossiping after she tweeted that she won't be on the April 17 episode of WWE Raw, but some cash might come her way sometime.
With Lynch revoked her blue check and changed her featured name, Rebecca Quin, many inquiries were made to Fightful about her current status with WWE. We're told Lynch signed a new deal upon her return to the company in 2021, and her time off for maternity leave isn't a factor.
Lynch has signed a three-year deal that expires in June 2024. So far, WWE sources tell us the two sides have not entered into talks over a new deal. There are several offers for 2024, with WWE having signed a large part of the roster to four-year contracts.
At the time, WWE was getting talent to sign contracts and extensions long before they expired." About Becky's injury, WRKD Wrestling wrote: "The reason for Becky Lynch's absence from tonight's episode of WWE Raw is that she is dealing with a minor injury.
This will also serve as a cover to play for the Angel about last week's cheating with Trish Stratus." With Kerrmit125 instead simply writing: "she has a small injury, that's all."