Becky Lynch Thinks A WWE Singles Match With Ronda Rousey Will Still Happen
Lynch is holding out hope
While Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey feuded for months leading into WrestleMania 35, the two female stars never faced off in a singles match and their only confrontation was a Triple Threat Match at The Showcase Of The Immortals that also featured Charlotte Flair.
Rousey hasn't stepped in the squared circle since she lost that match at WrestleMania 35, but Becky Lynch still believes they will eventually have their long-anticipated singles encounter.
"Yeah, and I do think it will. The fact that I've had a baby and came back so great that she'll probably want to one-up me and she'll try to come back in three months. Then I'll be right there to punch her right in the face, give her a Rock Bottom, out of here in 20 seconds, Ronda," Lynch said on Out Of Character with Ryan Satin.
Lynch and Rousey were originally scheduled to clash at the 2018 edition of Survivor Series but The Man was replaced by Charlotte Flair at the last minute following an errant punch from Nia Jax that concussed Lynch.
Reflecting on her being removed from the match, Lynch said: "I was pretty devastated. I was also severely concussed. I think that helped the devastation because really, I knew that if the match wasn't going to happen now, it was going to happen at WrestleMania. I knew pretty quickly that it was a good thing that it had happened.
"Still, when you're concussed, you're very emotional, so I was real devastated that it wasn't going to happen. Even in the hospital, I was trying to think of ways that I could still have the match at Survivor Series and they were like, 'No, you're not wrestling.' 'No, but I can do this.' 'No.'"
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