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Vince McMahon Views Becky Lynch As The “Chosen One”

Becky Lynch is easily the biggest wrestler in all of WWE right now, and the Irish Lass Kicker has absolutely full support from chairman Vince McMahon right now.

In some cases, Vince has been forced to listen to Triple H and go with the superstars he wants, or simply go with what the fans desire most. But Vince himself is totally behind Lynch's main event push right now.

According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio (h/t Cageside Seats), Lynch is McMahon's "chosen one." On top of that, the WWE chairman was persistent on having her win the women's Royal Rumble.

So even though McMahon removed Lynch from her WrestleMania 35 match against Ronda Rousey last week, don't let that deceive you. McMahon - along with creative and the WWE Universe - is all for pushing Lynch right now.

With that, we don't have to worry about the WWE putting a halt on Lynch's push. It's been a long time since a wrestler was this over with the crowd, and "The Man" is changing the course of the WWE right now.

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It's obviously only a matter of time until Lynch gets reinserted into her WrestleMania match against Rousey - which will also include Charlotte Flair. Bryan Alvarez of Wrestling Observer Radio recently voiced his confidence that Lynch will walk out of 'Mania as the new Raw Women's Champion as well, given how great her popularity is right now.

There are lots of cases where Vince and Triple H don't see eye-to-eye on which superstars to push. Obviously, McMahon has been hesitant on pushing some of the top talents Triple H helped develop in NXT. But in the case of Lynch, both men seem intent on continuing her rise to the top.

What This Means

If the boss is pulling the strings on Lynch's push, then we shouldn't expert her stardom to go away any time soon. Given how far she's come along over the last six months, there's no reason for WWE to put a halt on her push. As far as everybody is concerned, the rise of "The Man" is still in the early works. It's here to stay for the long run.

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