Ronda Rousey Says Becky Lynch Needs Her to Main Event WrestleMania

Ronda Rousey Says Becky Lynch Needs Her to Main Event WrestleMania

WWE Raw kicked off last night with Stephanie McMahon's return to the show after a gap of nearly two months. Lynch repeatedly rejected the offer, which led to McMahon announcing that she was suspended indefinitely until she saw a doctor.

According to a report today by John Pollock of POST Wrestling, Lynch missed the show to sell her knee injury.

"This past Monday night, The Man made her decision to challenge The Baddest Woman on the Planet, sparking a heated exchange with The Rowdy One". After that Becky Lynch was reluctant to receive any medical attention from the doctors just because she did not want to go on any further hiatus.

"What might Stephanie have in store for The Irish Lass Kicker?"

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Becky and Stephanie were pulled apart as the fans chanted "Becky, Becky Becky".

She tried to lock in the dis-arm-her on the commissioner, but the security personnel ran out to stop her. She was ultimately escorted out of the arena, but not before a verbal confrontation broke out between her and Ronda Rousey in the backstage.

Stephanie McMahon suspending Becky Lynch on RAW this week sent a pretty clear message.

Lynch was noticeably limping on her way to the ring and was in a knee brace, but McMahon mentioned that she had refused to be examined by the WWE's team of doctors. Whether that will translate into a singles match and title win against Rousey at WrestleMania remains to be seen, but with five new shirts released after her Rumble win, Becky is well on her way to cementing her status as WWE's next "Top Guy".

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