5 interesting facts about Becky Lynch
One of the greatest perks about being a professional wrestling fan is experiencing a superstar's journey as they claw their way to the top of the industry.
When you see a superstar willing to be a horse with blinkers and walking an entirely different path from the others, you start believing in them. While Daniel Bryan made us believe in 2014 with his legendary underdog story, Becky Lynch's meteoric rise in WWE has ascended her to a different stratosphere altogether.
The Man is the hottest thing in the entire sports entertainment industry and is garnering more mainstream attention than any other WWE superstar on the main roster en route to WrestleMania 35.
Since Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, and Charlotte Flair are apparently locked in to close the Grandest Stage of Them All, it's just a justification of how far the women's division has reached from being sidelined on main cards to becoming the main card.
A lot of the credit goes to Becky Lynch and Charlotte for telling a riveting tale for the better part of 2018 on SmackDown Live, and significant emphasis should also be given to Ronda Rousey for bringing more eyeballs to the product.
There's no denying that the Irish Lass Kicker possesses all the credentials in the world to be a huge marketable superstar, with fans constantly comparing her to CM Punk and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
While Becky definitely carries a solid personality of her own, there are a lot of things that we still don't know about the talented 2019 Women's Royal Rumble winner.
So, without further ado, let's try to blur the lines by analyzing the 5 interesting facts about Becky Lynch you wouldn't believe are true.
#1 She is the only one out of the Four Horsewomen who never won the NXT Women's Championship
Despite being one of the most popular stars in the entire women's division today, The Man has been devoid of several accolades before finding her way to the top.
While she was under Triple H's wing in NXT, Becky Lynch was at her finest and played an influential role in revolutionizing the entire scenario around women's wrestling.
With the Irish Lass Kicker sharing a strong bond with Sasha Banks, Bayley, and Charlotte Flair (popularly known as the Four Horsewomen), the former SmackDown Women's Champion, however, couldn't get her hands on the NXT Women's Championship.
The interesting thing is that she is the only one out of the 4 talented performers to have never gotten her hands on the gold under Triple H's supervision.
Considering that she also portrayed a heel character alongside Sasha Banks to ascend Bayley's credibility as an underdog, it's incredible to see how Becky has emerged as the most popular star out of the four, despite not receiving as much accolades when they initially started.