Lynch posted a photo on Twitter of her and Rollins, captioned, "Happiest day of my life. For the rest of my life," followed by a ring emoji. The company later tweeted, "WWE is thrilled to congratulate @WWERollins and @BeckyLynchWWE on the news of their engagement!", while other wrestling personalities tweeted out their own congratulations and best wishes.
Rollins and Lynch went public with their relationship earlier this year, after the two were seen sitting together at April's Hall of Fame ceremony. Shortly after, the relationship was acknowledged on WWE television, though Lynch later expressed a bit of displeasure at how that was handled.
The two teamed together in a mixed tag team bout at Extreme Rules in Philadelphia last month, successfully defending their respective belts against Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans.
Cultaholic wishes the two nothing but the best with their engagement.