Becky Lynch Rips McMahons For Destroying What She Built

Becky Lynch is in the midst of a 60-day suspension that was handed down from Vince McMahon, which included being replaced by Charlotte Flair - who will challenge Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35.

The 2019 women's Royal Rumble winner has been on fire with her tweets lately, and she continued it again on Sunday. This time, Lynch accused the McMahon family of destroying everything she "built."

Hours later, Lynch appeared at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view to confront both Rousey and Charlotte. The former successfully defended her Raw Women's Championship against Ruby Riott, but before her and The Queen could get their confrontation started, Lynch appeared from out of the crowd with crutches.

Lynch proceeded to attack both of them with the crutches, however, before finally being stopped by officials. The Irish Lass Kicker has made yet another statement as she continues to show dissatisfaction over the ban from Mr. McMahon.

The storyline suspension with Lynch started when she refused medical treatment from her knee injury from Stephanie McMahon. Lynch would proceed to attack both Stephanie and Triple H, and though she would later apologize to them for her actions, it wasn't enough for Vince - who decided to pull her from the WrestleMania bout against Rousey.

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But Lynch is the most popular thing in the WWE right now, and it's been rumored for a while that she, Rousey and Flair would square off in a triple threat match at WrestleMania. Thus, it only seems like a matter of time until Lynch gets added back into the match card.

For now, Lynch will continue her verbal jabs on Twitter, and we'll see more unexpected attacks from her amid the suspension. It's safe to say that Lynch will not be going away quietly unless Mr. McMahon puts her back into the bout vs. Rousey.

What This Means

Lynch continues to gain more momentum and popularity with her strong Twitter game and resiliency. She simply won't stop any time soon, and Lynch is only making herself look even better with the rebellious attitude.


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