Becky Lynch has recently spoken on how difficult she found it to have to sit out of WWE’s recent Clash At The Castle event.
Becky Lynch’s last match in WWE came in July at SummerSlam, where she unsuccessfully challenged Bianca Belair for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship.
During the bout, fans noticed Lynch was heavily favouring her shoulder but were unsure whether or not the injury was genuine or just part of the match.
Unfortunately, it was later confirmed that ‘Big Time Becks’ had separated her shoulder during the match and would need to sit out for a spell on the side-lines in order to recover.
Speaking on a recent episode of ‘Out of Character with Ryan Satin’, Lynch talked about the injury, revealing that it occurred fairly early on in the match:
“I think the first two minutes or the first three minutes or something? I was like, ‘Oh, maybe I dislocated it. Maybe it’ll click back into place.’ Then by the end of the match, I was like, ‘I’m out. I’m gonna be out for a little while.’”
Lynch spoke about how she was able to soldier on through the pain to finish the match, whilst also admitting that the hardest part was knowing that she would have to miss the historic Clash At The Castle event in Cardiff, Wales:
“I think adrenaline carries you through and then the fact that you’ve got like over 40,000 people there watching you. You have millions of people watching at home. You love this and you want to perform to the best of your ability. So you’re like, ‘Hey, well, can’t be any worse so let me just go through it.’ The hardest part was knowing that I’m going to miss the first pay-per-view in the U.K. in however long”
Lynch was recently able to offer a positive update on her injury, and says she hopes that she won’t be side-lined for as long as first feared.
H/t to WrestlingNews.co for the transcription.