Becky Lynch discusses WrestleMania being her adopted hometown



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Becky Lynch discusses WrestleMania being her adopted hometown

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 therefore 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), Royal Rumble match (in 2019), Last Woman Standing match (against Charlotte Flair a Evolution), Money in the Bank ladder matches (at the 2017 edition of Money in the Bank) and Tables, Ladders, and Chairs matches (against Asuka and Charlotte Flair at the 2018 edition of TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs) female in the history of WWE.

Becky was the first absolute choice in the 2019 draft. Speaking with Denise Salcedo, Lynch discussed WrestleMania being her adopted hometown: “It’s hard to describe, right? Because you’re out there and everybody tells you to soak it in, so you try to soak it in, but almost the magnitude of it’s too big.

It takes a little while to digest. And I like to go home and be quiet. I don’t like after parties and anything like that. For me, it’s soaking in the hard work. and then it’s kind of reevaluating. ‘OK. I just did what’s next?’ And that’s what I like to do.

I like to take a little moment after something big like this and try to — like, ‘How do I do that again?’ Or, ‘How do it better? How do I do that better?'”