Becky Lynch: Why SmackDown Women's Title Match Must Steal The Show At WWE Crown Jewel 2021

Lynch defends the Title against Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks

Becky Lynch says it is 'hugely important' for her, Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks to steal the show at WWE Crown Jewel 2021, in order to inspire the women and kids attending their first-ever WWE show.

Lynch is set to compete in her first match in Saudi Arabia on Thursday 21 October when she defends her SmackDown Women's Title against Belair and Banks at Crown Jewel, and the Man is determined that the women and girls watching WWE live for the first time get to see a incredible match between the trio.

The reigning champion is optimistic it will prove to them that anything is possible in life.

Lynch said: "This will be my first trip to Saudi Arabia, but I have only heard great things about the country from the guys who have already been over. Everyone is so nice when the guys go over and the people there are so grateful and appreciative of us going there and performing - so I can't wait to be there and see all this for myself.

"Being able to inspire people is the most important thing - that's why we do this. We are seeing a whole new generation of women and kids and hopefully showing them what is possible and what can be done. It is hugely important for us to go over there and steal the show - which of course we will.”

When asked what fans can expect from her match at Crown Jewel, Lynch added: "Firstly, people can expect me to walk out there still the Smackdown Women's Champion. In addition to that they can expect a barnstormer of a match.

"Any time you get myself, Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair - three of the best in the industry regardless of gender - you know you are going to be watching something very special and there is no doubt that match will steal the show."

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