Becky Lynch speaks about her negotiations for a new contract


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Becky Lynch speaks about her negotiations for a new contract

In WWE Becky Lynch won the SmackDown Women's Championship three times, the title of which she was the inaugural champion, and once the Raw Women's Championship (being the only one to hold them simultaneously); she is a four-time female champion.

She also won the 2019 edition of the women's Royal Rumble match. She took part in the first Tables match (against Alexa Bliss at the 2016 edition of TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs), Last Woman Standing match (against Charlotte Flair a Evolution), Money in the Bank ladder match (at the 2017 edition of Money in the Bank) and Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match (against Asuka and Charlotte Flair at the 2018 edition of TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs) female in the history of WWE.

It was the first absolute choice in the 2019 draft. In a long interview with Newsweek, Becky spoke about her negotiations for a new contract: “I should be making more in that whole company, everybody — Vince McMahon included.

I want to change the game. I want to prove that it doesn’t matter your gender, your race, your background, if you are doing the job and keeping people invested, if you are keeping people interested, then you deserve to be paid at a level higher than anybody else.

Or as high as anybody else. As high as the best of them. I look around the arenas and the majority of the people are in my shirts. The majority of people hold signs for me, so pay me as such and that will be the way it will be”.