Comparing Becky Lynch’s TNA Experience: Where Women Found Better Treatment Than in WWE

Comparing Becky Lynch's TNA Experience: Where Women Found Better Treatment Than in WWE

Becky Lynch’s journey in the wrestling world could have taken a different turn had she chosen a rival promotion when she first moved to America.

In a recent interview on The MMA Hour, Lynch shared a significant moment from her past, revealing that she nearly joined TNA at the age of 19. She expressed her admiration for how TNA treated women, contrasting it with WWE’s approach at the time.

Reflecting on her mindset back then, Lynch recalled, “I was about to move over to America for personal training in Orlando, and my dream was to possibly join TNA because of their better treatment of women compared to WWE.”

However, her plans took a different course due to personal struggles, including injuries, depression, and feeling lost.

Following a hiatus of seven years, Lynch eventually found her path back to wrestling, signing with WWE in April 2013. Her journey within WWE has been remarkable, playing a pivotal role in the “women’s revolution” that reshaped the landscape of women’s wrestling in 2015.

Lynch’s accomplishments speak volumes, as she has held every women’s championship across WWE’s brands, solidifying her status as a WWE Grand Slam Champion.

In the interview, Lynch also touched upon her current WWE contract, revealing that she is approaching the final two months. Looking ahead, she acknowledged being closer to the end of her wrestling career than the beginning, hinting at a potential transition in the near future.

Fans eagerly anticipate Lynch’s next chapter, especially as she gears up for WrestleMania 40, where she is set to face Rhea Ripley for the WWE World Women’s Championship on April 6 & 7.

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