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, which she held for a record reign still underway (from April 7, 2019); she also won the 2019 edition of the women's Royal Rumble match and was voted the best fighter of the year in 2018 and 2019.
During her WWE career, Lynch took part in the first Tables match, Royal Rumble match, Last Woman Standing match, Money in the Bank Ladder match and TLC women's matches in the company's history. Furthermore, together with Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey, she participated in the first women's main-event ever at WrestleMania, the most important and long-lasting annual pay-per-view of WWE.
During a recent interview with Sporting News, the Irish superstar discussed performing under the current circumstances: “It’s very different, right? It’s all about adaption and I wouldn’t be where I am in my career if I wasn’t about to adapt to that and know when to shift when the time is right.
So I think that you just have to go into a different mode, you have to realize that you’re not going to get the same feedback. It feels so good when we have the crowd responding. But to know that, OK, you’re not going to get that feedback.
You have to tell them a story. The people that are watching at home, the millions of people that are watching at home, you have to tell them a story. You have to give them a reason to care. You have to give them a reason to think about something else for a little bit whether it’s an hour or three hours or whatever it is.
Then you just figure out how can I do this the best and that’s all this ever is for me: how can I do this the best”.