A fan in line to meet Becky Lynch this past Friday started to have a seizure, and the very Superstar she was waiting to see is one of the people who helped her through it.
There is nothing quite like pretty much every member of the WWE Universe unexpectedly getting behind one Superstar. Especially when it doesn't seem as if it was WWE's intention for that to happen. The greatest example of that is, of course, the Yes Movement. The overwhelming support of Daniel Bryan which led to him being crowned WWE Champion at WrestleMania XXX.
This WrestleMania season we appear to have two of those stars. Becky Lynch and Kofi Kingston. It's probably safe to say that WWE didn't have big plans for either of them before the fans well and truly got behind them. Now, if all goes to plan, both will leave WrestleMania 35 as champions. At least we hope so.
While we here at TheSportster are big Kingston fans, if we could only back one of the two, it would be Lynch. If you don't already love her as much as us and the rest of the world, this will likely sway your opinion. During an appearance this past Friday, The Man caught wind of one of her fans having a seizure and rushed to her aid. The former Women's Champion then proceeded to hold the fan for five minutes until she had stopped shaking.
Another fan in line tweeted about what happened. As it turns out, Lynch only had the opportunity to do the good deed as she was busy doing another. A tweet from another fan, that includes photos, detailed how The Lass Kicker had come to meet a fan in a wheelchair who couldn't make it up the stairs to meet her. As far as we can tell, it was at that point that she noticed the seizing fan and ran over to help out.
Becky is the nicest person ever and I haven't even talk to her yet but a lady was unable to get up the stairs and she HOPPED tf up to run and hug her and sign her picture pic.twitter.com/rThpyr2Z1V— c (@STRAIGHTBECKS) March 16, 2019
Like we said, as if we didn't love Lynch enough already, this happens. It seems that not only is The Man incredibly good at her job, but she is also a great person outside of the ring. We're not saying that she's the only one who would have acted in this way, but judging by the re-telling of the story, she didn't even think twice about springing to the fan's aid when she was in trouble and didn't leave her side until she was feeling better.