WWE is currently working on a documentary about Becky Lynch that will likely air on the Network some time in 2019.
Who saw the meteoric rise of Becky Lynch coming? It is not something that is talked about very much now, but a couple of years ago she was effectively the forgotten member of WWE's four horsewomen. Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks were breaking glass ceilings on Raw while Bayley was one of the biggest stars in NXT. Meanwhile, Lynch was champion on SmackDown Live but that didn't mean much at the time.
Fast forward two and a half years and The Man is WWE's most valuable asset right now. Not only is she once again SmackDown Women's Champion, and making the most of that opportunity this time around, but she is excelling in every way. In the ring, on the mic, even on social media. Fans can't get enough of The Lass Kicker, and we really don't blame them.
Wrestling Observer Newsletter has reported that we will likely get an extra hit of Lynch in 2019. Apparently, WWE has been following the champ around with a camera which likely means she will be the subject of a documentary on the Network. Lynch recently made an appearance on Ariel Helwani's show and WWE cameras were also in attendance to capture that too.
What's currently unclear is what form that WWE Network documentary will take. It all depends on what story WWE wants to tell and how in-depth it wants to go. We could get a full WWE 24 special all about The Man, however, that is unlikely. It is more likely to be a Chronicle or 365 like AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, and Kevin Owens have all had in the past.
No matter what form it takes, one thing is for certain. The more Becky Lynch the better. Even though she hasn't been able to have a match for more than a month, The Man remains as relevant as ever. Plus, she will be stepping back between the ropes at TLC this Sunday. Perhaps WWE's backstage cameras will capture the moment after Lynch loses the title if Asuka or Flair manage to emerge victorious.