Mick Foley: "Becky Lynch is my dearest friend in WWE"

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Mick Foley: "Becky Lynch is my dearest friend in WWE"

If you know even a little about Becky's story, you know that Mick Foley is one of her childhood idols and that since she was a young girl she loved watching him fight with her brother in front of the TV at home. Becky never hid her love for Mick and as soon as she had the opportunity she created a beautiful bond with the man that also led them to collaborate for charity.

When Becky announced she was pregnant, the man wrote these beautiful words on social media: "Becky Lynch brings out the best in people. She brought out the best in fellow wrestlers, the best in the fans and the best in her friends."

During a panel at Steel City Con, Mick Foley answered a question about a regret he had about his documentary: "I would say that Becky Lynch is probably my best friend and the only regret I've ever had about it.

to my A&E documentary, I just wish Becky, I wish I said, 'You need to interview Becky Lynch' because it gives a different perspective, a female perspective and I was someone who inspired her, considering she's The Man in WWE.

It's a really good story, so I really like it, you know? I really appreciate all the photos she sends me and she is a great girl so I go with Becky Lynch best friend final answer. Here you are." Apparently the two talk to each other very often and she also sends him pictures of little Roux.

This is certainly a very special and strange friendship, but it highlights even more how important it is to have idols to guide our path and who knows, maybe one day we would have the opportunity to meet them and build something with them.

Certainly in a business like wrestling it is not easy to create similar bonds, so it is better to keep certain friendships close.

Can Ric Flair return to the ring?

Among the world's greatest pro-wrestling legends of the past 50 years, the name of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, multiple world champion of the Stamford federation and the defunct Turner company, WCW, certainly resonates.

he then moved his steps also in the TNA rings, only to retire definitively from wrestling wrestling a few years ago. His last official match in the WWE rings dates back to Wrestlemania 24, where Shawn Michaels defeated him in his last fight, the stipulation of which was that if Ric had lost the match, he would have to retire and after a very emotional match, a moved Flair left the federation rings, greeting everyone the next day, in an episode of Monday Night Raw dedicated to him and his farewell.

Apparently, however, this goodbye may not be definitive, given the recent words of Booker T, who would swear he heard Ric Flair talk about a retirement that will never come, because he will die as a wrestler and not as a manager.

Booker T in his latest installment of his podcast, the Hall of Fame podcast, he had stated that Ric had talked to him about the possibility of returning to the ring again at least once before completely abandoning the world of wrestling, which at this point may never do, until his death, in the last few hours Flair himself wanted to make his long-time fans fantasize with a photo.