In August 2018, ‘The Man’ was
born and you could sense that WWE had a major star in the palm of their hands. That is until a year and a half later. Through WWE’s controversial booking, ‘The Man’ is just another star in WWE’s
long list of ‘what-if’s’.
When Becky Lynch broke out of the
shadow of Charlotte Flair and into the face of the women’s division, the WWE
universe, along with WWE themselves, could sense that something was changing. Deafening
reactions, bad-ass promos and a fist into the nose – creating one of WWE’s most
iconic moments in recent history – skyrocketed Lynch into superstardom and into
the first ever women’s main event of WrestleMania.
However, since WrestleMania last
year, Becky has been on the bad side of WWE’s creative. Weak feuds
against the likes of Lacey Evans, Baron Corbin and Natalya to
name a few, have somewhat derailed the popularity of ‘The Man’. It’s not that
these opponents are not good, but it’s the fact that WWE simply did not know
how to book them against Lynch. Becky has struggled since her feud with Ronda
Rousey and now her matches and character are starting to feel stale and
Becky Lynch is and should be
WWE’s next mega superstar, and assuming the PPV calendar is the same throughout
the year, this is how WWE should go about accomplishing that. With that said,
‘The Man’ has come around to collect her debt on WWE creative.