Becky Lynch on her reaction to making the WWE 2K20 cover

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Becky Lynch on her reaction to making the WWE 2K20 cover

Shortly after WrestleMania, Becky Lynch was placed in a feud with Lacey Evans, who was drafted to Raw during the Superstar Shake-up and who continuously attacked Lynch after her promos. Simultaneously on SmackDown, Lynch continued her feud with Flair over the SmackDown Women's Championship.

At Money in the Bank, Lynch retained the Raw Women's Championship over Evans, but lost the SmackDown Women's Championship to Flair in the following match due to an interference by Evans. With the loss of the SmackDown Women's Championship, Lynch became a member of the Raw brand.

Lynch again retained the title over Evans at Stomping Grounds and on the same night helped Universal Champion and real life boyfriend Seth Rollins retain his title over Baron Corbin after Corbin chose Evans as the guest referee for his match.

Lynch teamed up with Rollins and defeated Corbin and Evans at Extreme Rules in a Winner Takes All Mixed Tag Team match. Lynch defends her title at SummerSlam against Natalya. In a recent interview with Sporting News, the Irish superstar commented on her reaction to making the WWE 2K20 cover: “You know, “The Man” doesn’t shriek but I may have shrieked when I found out.

It’s pretty cool. There’s certain things you want in your life. One of them is main-eventing WrestleMania, one of them is to be a playable character in a video game. And to be on the cover of the video game – stop it.

That’s next level stuff”. She continued: “The fans were always behind me. Fans were always with me. The reason why I got where I am was because of them. It was them telling the people behind the stage ‘She’s got something.

We like her. We have a connection with her.’ When I was on top of that ladder in Chicago at Money in the Bank (in 2018), the crowd went mad and that showed everybody that I have something. People that thought I was destined to be good but not great, a good hand, somebody who can make people look good, somebody that can make people into stars but wasn’t necessarily a star herself."