Becky Lynch has not only posted her mugshots on Twitter, but she has made them her profile picture and cover photo.
Ever since Vince McMahon removed Becky Lynch from the WrestleMania main event and suspended her for 90 days, she has been threatened with arrest if she returned. Naturally, that has not stopped The Man from "illegally" entering arenas over and over and over again ever since. On Monday, the McMahon family finally decided that it had had enough.
While Ronda Rousey and Natalya were doing battle with The Riott Squad, Lynch once again made her way through the crowd. Nattie tried to stop The Man from doing something she would regret and wound up being the latest person to feel the business end of Lynch's crutch. After trying to do the same to Rousey, The Lass Kicker was eventually carted off in handcuffs.
Those of you who have been watching WWE for a while will know that Lynch is not the first Superstar to have been "arrested" live on television. The whole angle fits in perfectly with that of the man she has been continuously compared to, Stone Cold Steve Austin. The Texas Rattlesnake was thrown in jail countless times during the height of his career throughout the latter half of the 1990s.
Ronda, you go back and get that BELT because I didn’t come this far to collect it from Stephaine. I came all this way to take it from you. pic.twitter.com/ap3Q6cBRP2— The Man (@BeckyLynchWWE) February 27, 2019
What Austin didn't have the opportunity to do when he was arrested was post his subsequent mugshots on social media. That's exactly what Lynch has done, and the former Women's Champion appears to be incredibly proud of her shots. Not only has she posted them for the world to see, but the photos are also her profile and cover pictures on Twitter. That's not the best of it either.
The best part is that we might soon be able to get our hands on t-shirts with Lynch's mugshot plastered on them. WWE Shop's Twitter account posted the photos and asked who would like to see them on a t-shirt. Uh, yes please. We seem to remember Mr. McMahon's mugshot being used on a t-shirt a few years ago, although we're not sure if that was official merchandise or just something created by a witty fan.