Becky Lynch made a wonderful gesture



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Becky Lynch made a wonderful gesture

Anyone who has become accustomed to the character she has played in recent years will probably have forgotten the sensitivity that Becky Lynch has always guaranteed in everyday life. The great Irish fighter has in fact exploded thanks to her gimmick, all determination and few scruples.

But behind The Man there is a woman with a heart of gold, and what someone who has worked so hard with her at NXT and SmackDown has said in these hours. WWE has in fact made some major changes to its staff in recent years, and in 2021 the company completely relaunched the NXT brand.

One of the most influential victims of this revolution was a WWE Hall of Famer such as Road Dogg, who had long worked at the WWE Performance Center and on the SmachDown creative team. Unfortunately, he was fired after WWE decided to go in a different direction with the blue show first and then with NXT 2.0.

But this allowed Becky Lynch to return to demonstrate her profound sensitivity.

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Road Dogg discussed his departure from WWE during a recent episode of the 'Oh ... You Didn't Know' podcast, and revealed that Becky Lynch was the first person to call him after his firing went public.

How Becky Lynch reacted to Road Dogg's firing. “There is one thing about Becky that I want to say. Few people called me when I was fired. But the first-ever was her, and this shocked me! I mean, it really was her. Not a relative, a very longtime friend, but her, "revealed Road Dogg." She caught me off guard, because I wasn't expecting it, and she kept telling me how good she was working with me, and how good she is.

had a good time on SmackDown with me, and all sorts of things like that. I had no idea she was so sorry. Gee, it really touched my heart." Road Dogg had nothing but praise for the former Raw Women's Champion and wanted to remember that she was one of his favorites to work with when she was on the SmackDown roster.

"She's a good girl, damn, and she was always my favorite when I started on the creative team of SmackDown," recalled the former WWE star. "I thought we had to put it in the cauldron, you know what I mean?" Speaking on Renee Paquette’s The Sessions podcast, Jax recalled how the women involved in the segment were instructed to be more physical than usual: “It was right before Survivor Series, where I think her and Ronda were going to have a singles," said Jax.

"SmackDown was invading RAW. The producer of that match, won’t name names, basically was like, ‘This needs to look real, say sorry later.’ We were all like, ‘Okay, cool, let’s go, let’s have fun, whatever.’”