What Becky Lynch told WWE after beating Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania


Lynch was the victor in a contest which made history as the first all-women’s match to headline WWE’s showpiece event.

In the process, the Irish Lass Kicker became the simultaneous RAW and SmackDown Women’s Champion.

Becky Lynch will be desperate to defend both of her belts when WWE chiefs set up her return to the ring.

And she has sent an ominous warning to her rivals by insisting she’s only just getting going.

“Anything’s possible now, man. Anything,” Lynch told WWE’s official media team, when reminded of comments from a friend who said she would never main event at WrestleMania.

“It’s hard to put into words how I’m feeling right now, it’s so overwhelming.

“I’ve worked for this my entire life, I’ve dreamed about this.

“I’ve obsessed about this moment and I never knew how I was gonna feel.

“I think I probably had a picture of it, but I think it’s just so much going on in my head right now that I can’t comprehend it.

“I just achieved all my dreams, I did what I said that I would do.

“And the people, 80,000 people here supporting me and wanting me to achieve my goals and my dreams, that means the world to me. And it’s only beginning.”

Lynch’s win over multiple-time WWE champions Rousey and Flair came after she has predicted a night of glory at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium.

“Today is the day when The Man finally comes around to collect,” Lynch wrote on Twitter.

“Today is the day when you and me change how this business works, thinks and progresses.

“I. Am. Ready. For. This. Day. #WrestleMania #BeckyLynch.”

Lynch will now take some time to recuperate following a battling victory over Ronda Rousey and Flair.


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