Latest update on Becky Lynch's WWE return

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Latest update on Becky Lynch's WWE return

The great Becky Lynch, also famously known as The Man, has now been missing from the WWE rings for about a year, with her departure from the wrestling scene due to her first pregnancy along with her partner Seth Rollins who, too, was absent.

After almost a whole year of absence and deafening silences, still, no comment has been made by the beautiful Irishwoman regarding her return, with the utmost reserve that has fallen on the situation, both from her future husband, Seth Rollins, who by all the colleagues of the former Monday Night Raw champion.

Although in recent days, WWE co-chair Nick Khan wanted to confirm a fairly imminent return of The Man, no date would be confirmed as his possible return to the Stamford company rings, with the announcement that he did not make.

other than to increase the hype towards the fans, who now no longer know what to expect.

Backstage news on Becky Lynch

With a photo of a simple workout in the gym, Becky Lynch literally split the world of web wrestling in two, posting a very important caption below that image, which could hide a decidedly sensational spoiler clue inside!

As you can see for yourself, with the phrase chosen by Becky to represent this moment, if we combine all the first letters of each word that begins at the side of the post, we can easily read "Night One", or the first evening dedicated to Wrestlemania 37, which will air just tonight.

Obviously, for the moment there are no official confirmations, nor will there probably be any until tonight's live broadcast, but if any fans still didn't have enough hype for this year's edition of Showcase of the Immortals, now sure there is, thanks to Becky Lynch and her "hidden" messages.

The reported return angle for Lynch could explain why Bayley has been missing from the WrestleMania 37 card so far, especially given her own standing in WWE. Fans have expressed concerns over Bayley's omission from the card this weekend, given that she is the longest-reigning SmackDown Women's Champion, and was a major player during the ThunderDome WWE shows.

Ronda Rousey had an interesting run as the RAW Women's Champion that ended at WrestleMania 35 in the historic first-ever all-women's WrestleMania main event. It was Becky Lynch who defeated Rousey and Charlotte Flair in a triple-threat match that night to win both the RAW and SmackDown Women's Championships. This was Ronda Rousey's final appearance on WWE TV.