That is some high praise. There are moments in wrestling where you can tell that something big has changed. It might be a win, it might be a speech or it might be something else entirely, but something has happened that is going to shake things up in wrestling. That was the case with a special moment back in 2018, and now a WWE star has some high praise for what happened.
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On the November 12, 2018 Monday Night Raw, SmackDown’s Becky Lynch invaded the show to attack Monday Night Raw’s Ronda Rousey, setting up their Survivor Series match six days later. A brawl broke out between the two shows’ women’s divisions, with Lynch being punched by Nia Jax. The punch busted Lynch open and left her with a concussion, causing Lynch vs. Rousey to be postponed. Lynch, with her nose bleeding, posed in the crowd to end the show. A fan posted the image to Twitter, causing Lynch’s husband Seth Rollins to describe Lynch as “a god”.
A god. https://t.co/p8JH086BBO
— Seth “Freakin’” Rollins (@WWERollins) November 12, 2022
It was pretty amazing. Check out the invasion and Lynch’s iconic pose:
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Opinion: That really is one of those moments that became a huge stepping stone for Lynch’s rise through WWE. It felt like a big moment and Lynch sold it to perfection on her way to becoming the biggest female star in wrestling history. That is a level that few have ever approached and it makes sense for Rollins to think so much of what his future wife did that night.
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