It’s simple, really, as she told CBS Sports:
“That’s where the fun is. That’s where the fun is. You know, the thing is, if you’re going to say anything about me, just prepare that I’m going to come back at you. And if you’re not prepared for that, well then I would advise getting my name out of your mouth.”
Social media has become, in some ways, a peek into the pro wrestling world that might exist if no one was scripted on any of the wrestling shows they appear on. Twitter is where the fun is, because it’s where wrestlers can cut loose and allow their actual personalities to merge with their characters.
It’s a way to judge who is naturally good at this, and who needs to be written to be good at this.
I think we can all agree that Lynch is the former.