Vince Russo slams Becky Lynch



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Vince Russo slams Becky Lynch

In addition to being one of the most charismatic superstars around, Becky Lynch has personally contributed to the rise of the women's division. During her extraordinary career in WWE, she has won the SmackDown Women 's Championship four times (of which she was the inaugural champion) and twice the Raw Women's Championship, of which she holds the record for the longest reign.

She also won the 2019 edition of the women's Royal Rumble match and participated in the first women's Tables match, Last Woman Standing match and TLC match in history. At WrestleMania 38, the 35-year-old Irishwoman was surprisingly defeated by Bianca Belair, thus losing the Raw title.

During an interview on 'Drew Garabo Live' last week, Becky said that WWE athletes are far superior to All Elite Wrestling. Speaking to Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo criticized Lynch for such statements.

Vince Russo on Becky Lynch

"I did not like what Becky Lynch said about her colleagues in All Elite Wrestling" - began Vince Russo. “Women have fought to earn the status they have today and it is vital that they remain united, even if they work for different federations.

Only in this way can they remain strong across the board” - she added. Vince also spoke of Cody Rhodes' return to WWE after six years of absence: “His farewell to AEW was one of the most surprising events of the last few months.

When All Elite Wrestling was born, there was an almost brotherly feeling among the members of the roster. Today one gets the impression that things have changed. AEW is a completely different company than in the beginning, I don't know if I mean it.

Perhaps Tony Khan's company has become a lot like WWE. This could be the reason why Cody took a step back. If he has the chance to do the same things in WWE and Vince McMahon gives him more money, there was no reason to stay in AEW."

That's why Becky Lynch has been able to change with the times. She's always quick to switch up her looks and nicknames. She cobbles away at her gimmick and then re-shapes it to fit whatever scenario she's in at any time.

Lynch has been The Irish Lashkicker, The Man, Big Time Becks, and probably carries a few other titles as well. There is too much to list here; she seemingly has more pseudonyms than even Triple H or Ric Flair. And that's really saying something.