Becky Lynch truly is “The Man.”
The former WWE Women’s Raw and SmackDown Champion recently made her comeback to the company at their Survivor Series Premium Live Event, joining Team Bianca (Bianca Belair, Becky Lynch, Alexa Bliss, Asuka and Mia Yim) to take out Team Damage CTRL (Bayley, Dakota Kai, IYO SKY, Rhea Ripley and Nikki Cross) in a Women’s WarGames Match. But Lynch isn’t just iconic in the ring, she is outside of it as well.
Becky Lynch Made A Young Fan’s Thanksgiving
Max is a huge fan of WWE, but he also has a nervous system disorder that he has to deal with. When Make-A-Wish came to him, you’d think he would have wanted to go to a professional wrestling event, or receive a visit from his favorite wrestler. However, he just wanted to send a message to the planet.
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Recently, Max has been a guest of honor at a number of WWE events, including Hell in a Cell earlier this year. While at the event, Max and his family made some friends. Max’s sister, Malena, took part in a training session at Black & Brave Academy, which is owned by Seth Rollins. Malena then wrote a book that was about her brother, and the desire that he has to make sure no one feels like they’re left out. In fact, the book even was promoted by a big-name WWE Superstar.
Book shout out to my little buddy Malena, who at only 9 wrote this beautiful, heart felt story about her family, compassion, and simply saying hi.
— The Man (@BeckyLynchWWE) August 5, 2022
With Becky Lynch, an impression was made on her with Max and his family. It inspired “The Man” to want to do something for Max, his mom, as well as the healthcare professionals taking care of him, and she did.