Becky Lynch will take any chance she gets to throw shade at Ronda Rousey, even if it means taking attention away from the Golden State Warriors.
By our count, at the time of typing this, we now only have 16 more days to wait until we get to see Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey get their hands on each other. It's a match most of the WWE Universe has wanted to see ever since it was cruelly taken away from us during the build to Survivor Series. Yes, Charlotte Flair will be a part of it too, but we are now okay with that.
While we are very much looking forward to that match, we are going to miss something once it has been and gone. The shade. Lynch and Rousey have been going back and forth for months, both on TV and social media. Since the gloves are off on social media, that's where the best shots have been taken. Plus, let's be honest, if the two of them were being judged on their social media prowess, The Man should have been crowned champion a long time ago.
One place we were not expecting Lynch to pop up and throw yet more shade was in the NBA. The Man was courtside for a Golden State Warriors game this week and a reporter caught up with her to ask about Rousey. The NBA outfit was so impressed with Lynch's short and sweet promo that they posted it on their Twitter account, and you can check it out below.
While Rousey might not have been watching the game live, chances are she will have seen the clip by now. The Man calls her a weirdo yet again, which we love, and vows to chase Rousey out of WWE. Honestly, she might well be close to doing so. It's clear that the former UFC Champion doesn't like the way the fans are reacting and once 'Mania is out of the way, she might be gone for good.
In the meantime, we will continue to enjoy the build to this match. It has been pretty incredible to date and is still the biggest angle on the card as we grow ever closer to WrestleMania. Anything could happen in the pair's match on the grandest stage of them all but let's be honest, if The Man doesn't win, there might well be a riot in the MetLife Stadium on April 7, 2019.