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Becky Lynch Announced As Next Guest On Broken Skull Sessions

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The next edition of the Broken Skull Sessions with Stone Cold Steve Austin will feature none other than Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch.

Broken Skull Sessions has become synonymous with some of the biggest names in wrestling, and the latest guest is no exception as Becky Lynch has shattered records and made herself a force to be reckoned with in the WWE.

Lynch has often been compared to ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin as she’s made a career defying authority and gaining crowd support as she became one of the most popular acts in all of WWE. She gained special notoriety just before the 2018 Survivor Series when, reigning as SmackDown Women’s Champion, she suffered an errant punch from Nia Jax that resulted in a broken face, rendering her unable to compete against Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series.

After christening herself “Becky Two Belts” following her WrestleMania 35 victory over both Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair, Lynch reigned supreme over both brands until losing her SmackDown Women’s Championship to Charlotte Flair at Money in the Bank that same year.

Money in the Bank would prove a pivotal moment once again when Asuka was successful at capturing the briefcase in 2020, only to learn that Becky Lynch was pregnant at the time and instead of winning a championship opportunity, Asuka was the new Raw Women’s Champion.

Becky Lynch returned to the WWE in shocking fashion after being away for over a year when she defeated Bianca Belair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship in short order at the 2021 edition of SummerSlam.

After trading Championships with Charlotte Flair in a controversial segment, Becky Lynch has remained a top star in WWE as she currently holds the Raw Women’s Championship.

This is not the first time Becky Lynch and Steve Austin have come face to face as the The Man once proved her Stone Cold likeness by delivering a signature stunner to the former WWE Champion.

The most recent edition of Broken Skull Sessions featured Jeff Hardy, who was released from the WWE in December 2021 after reportedly acting erratically at a live event and refusing rehab.