Paul Heyman Discusses How WWE Might Book Becky Lynch's Return
Lynch has not wrestled since WrestleMania 36
Paul Heyman believes WWE's biggest problem, when it comes to Becky Lynch's big return, is choosing the right storyline.
Lynch has been absent from WWE television since last May, vacating the Raw Women's Championship she won at WrestleMania 35 due to pregnancy, and gave birth to daughter Roux at the end of last year.
Heyman is renowned for his ability to help performers accentuate their positives and the former Raw executive producer was a huge fan of Lynch during their time working together on the Red brand.
The former ECW boss was asked about how he would work Lynch back into WWE around WrestleMania 38 next year, to which he said the biggest challenge would deciding which story to run with.
Speaking to Sports Media with Richard Deitsch, Heyman said: "Oh, Becky Lynch is an extraordinary talent. It would not only be very easy to write ‘Becky Lynch/2022 WrestleMania’ and the scenario, and the match, and how we get there.
"The most difficult thing about that, as it will be for what I envision for Roman Reigns, as it would be for how I would craft a Ronda Rousey scenario, or a Brock Lesnar scenario, the most difficult part would be editing it.
"Because the flood of ideas for these extraordinary talents, who pushed themselves past their own limitations, is overwhelming at times and you can only pick so many different scenarios because you have to let them all play themselves out. So, coming up with something for Becky Lynch for next year's WrestleMania is not the problem. Which one you decide on is the key, is paramount to the process because there's an infinite number of scenarios that Becky Lynch would excel in, she's just that talented and that willing to push her talents past her own parameters."