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Becky Lynch Breaks Character To Ask Fans To Help Her At A Live Event

Becky Lynch

Becky Lynch hilariously broke character at a recent live event as she pleaded with fans to help her during her match.

At WrestleMania 38 Becky Lynch lost her Raw Women’s Championship to Bianca Belair. The match brought to an end a rivalry which began back at SummerSlam when Lynch returned to action for the first time in over a year to pin Belair and claim the SmackDown Women’s Title in a matter of seconds.

Following her defeat, Lynch is yet to return to WWE television, and it remains unclear as to where she goes next.

However, while Big Time Becks might not have returned to television, she made her return to the ring on April 17th at Saturday Night’s Main Event in Erie, Pennsylvania. At the event, Lynch competed in a Triple Threat Match against Belair and Rhea Ripley.

During the match, Belair and Ripley decided to team up and take out their frustrations on the former champion. With Lynch being battered by the two women, she was caught on video hilariously pleading with fans at ringside to come and help her as Belair and Ripley laughed along while dishing out the punishment.

In Lynch’s absence it appears that Bianca Belair’s next challenger will be Sonya Deville. On the April 11th episode of Monday Night Raw, Belair defeated Queen Zelina before being confronted by Deville who said that she had taken it upon herself to find the new number one contender.

She listed the many women in line for the championship opportunity, and Belair confirmed that she would take on anyone and would still walk out the Raw Women’s Champion, just as she did at WrestleMania 38.

Sonya DeVille produced a contract for an open challenge, and Belair she said she wasn’t afraid and signed on the dotted line. This led Sonya to build to the reveal of herself as Bianca Belair’s intended opponent.

Meanwhile, Rhea Ripley is on her won mission for championship gold and will team with Liv Morgan to take on Sasha Banks and Naomi on the April 18th edition of the red brand with the Women’s Tag Team Titles on the line.