Becky Lynch isn’t letting Ronda Rousey off the hook for using the term ‘fake’

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Everyone already knew Becky Lynch could and would cut a promo on Ronda Rousey at anytime.

Appearing on In The Kliq, a wrestling show for 107.7 The Bone (KSAN) in San Mateo, California, Lynch dropped a golden promo in the laps of the hosts about Rousey breaking kayfabe last month.

“It’s kind of laughable isn’t it really because she’s going cosplaying as a legend, a legend who would have gotten into a fight, who would have been so insulted by that word and by somebody not respecting our business to be able to go out there and say that. The fact of the matter is let’s talk brass tacks shall we because at Thanksgiving Ronda Rousey was in her kitchen crying, crying about how hard this business is because she couldn’t be at home to cook breakfast for her husband. I haven’t been home to cook breakfast for anybody for years because I’ve been on the road nonstop, nonstop. I have not missed a weekend unless I have been concussed or I have had an operation. And even with that, I was back two weeks later. So, I have had no rest, no rest in at least four years, two years before that in NXT that makes six years and I have not cried about it once, but she has been on the road, not even on a full-time schedule for at this stage, what, four months? And she’s crying in her kitchen because she can’t hack it. So, if you can’t hack it Ronda Rousey, get your jacket and get out because this is my business and you are holding that title hostage. You have had it for a year and nobody was talking about it until The Man came along and made it the most interesting title in the business. I did for the SmackDown women’s title and I’m going to do, or for the Raw women’s title.”

Pure gold.

The Man really did say “Ronda Rousey was in her kitchen crying, crying about how hard this business is because she couldn’t be at home to cook breakfast for her husband.”

Wow.

Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, and Charlotte Flair will headline the WrestleMania 35 pay-per-view (PPV) on Sun., Apr. 7, 2019, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.




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