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'Maybe If She Gets A Little Better:' Becky Lynch On Potential Ronda Rousey Match

The always outspoken Becky Lynch wasn't shy about her opinion of fellow WWE Superstar Ronda Rousey during an interview with the "Out of Character" podcast.

By Ethan Absler
Split image of Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey

WWE Superstar Becky Lynch sat down with the “Out Of Character” podcast with Ryan Satin earlier this week where she was asked about possibly facing The Baddest Woman On The Planet, Ronda Rousey, in a match. It didn’t take long though for listeners to realize that Lynch doesn’t think Rousey is on her level, and isn’t all that interested in a potential bout.

“Maybe if she starts training a little more. Maybe if she gets a little better,” the always outspoken Lynch said.

Big Time Becks is currently sidelined with a separated shoulder, which she injured at SummerSlam during her championship match with Bianca Belair. Fans of the podcast noted that Becky blurred the lines between fiction and reality during the interview and many members of the WWE Universe believe Lynch was throwing legitimate shade at Rousey.

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Rousey is currently working to regain her SmackDown Women’s Championship from Liv Morgan, who beat her for the title at SummerSlam, but a match between Lynch and Rousey has been highly anticipated and rumored for years.

“I do think it will [happen]. I do think it will," Lynch said. "The fact that I had a baby and came back so great, I think she’ll want to probably try to one up me or something like try and come back in three months … and I’ll be right there to punch her in the face, give her a rock bottom, we’re outta here in 20 seconds, Ronda. So long, goodnight!”

Lynch previously defeated Rousey and Charlotte Flair in a triple threat match at WrestleMania 35. She also touched on other aspects of her life like motherhood, helping Seth Rollins develop his new character, and her upcoming return from injury. Only time will tell if Rousey and Lynch will cross paths in the future, but if they do, it promises to be a physical, technical and blockbuster matchup between two of WWE’s top female superstars of all time.

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