Becky Lynch on her WWE debut, which she called 'shameful'


Becky Lynch on her WWE debut, which she called 'shameful'
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In an interview with INSIGHT with Chris Van Vliet, Becky Lynch talked about various topics from the wrestling world. Lynch commented on her WWE debut, which she labeled as 'shameful' Certain things happened that she did not expect.

“Yeah, there we are. Look, if that is not proof that you can dig yourself out of any hole, then I don’t know what is. Because that is, I would put that over Shockmaster in terms of shameful debuts. Yeah Like he just fell over, you know, like he fell over.

Okay, fine, that sucks. I went out. I was committed to that, you know like that was my, I think the difference is he didn’t intend to fall over. I intended to go out there and do an Irish jig like that. And thought that I was worthy of being on WWE television.

That happened. ”- Lynch said, as quoted by!

Becky Lynch on openness to change

Lynch pointed out that WWE brings many advantages. During your career, you are open to many changes, which can also mean great things for you.

Then when you are ready to change and move in the right direction, you are guaranteed great things. “I think there’s always a catalyst for change, right? You just got to figure out, you just got to figure out what it is.

Winning a match can be a catalyst for change, losing a match can be a catalyst for change. You just sometimes need the right story, the right antagonist or protagonists, depending on what way you’re going to go. But I think that’s the fun thing about wrestling, man, we can do anything.

You can go from being a stupid, silly Irish dancing clown, to being The Man of the business and main eventing WrestleMania, holding two titles over your head, you know, and that’s the thing. I suppose in a way, that’s the thing about life, right? You don’t have to be stuck as the person that you were or with the thing that you did, you can move on.

And you can learn from your mistakes and hope you never go back there. And I hope I never go back in my green attire and doing the Irish dances. I don’t even listen to Irish music anymore. That’s a lie, I love it. I rock it with the gym, it’s very good”.

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