Becky Lynch: Allegations Against Vince McMahon Are Horrible, It's Hard To Reconcile

Becky Lynch comments on allegations against Vince McMahon.

Former WWE employee Janel Grant filed a lawsuit against WWE and Vince McMahon on January 25, alleging sexual assault, emotional abuse, and sex trafficking. The lawsuit alleges that McMahon used his power and status over Grant, forcing her into uncomfortable acts and situations.

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Becky Lynch has helped push women forward in WWE, becoming the first woman to win the main event of WrestleMania. During her run initial run as "The Man" in 2018 going into 2019, Lynch worked with Vince behind the scenes and on television as she rallied against authority.

Speaking to Alex McCarthy of Inside The Ropes, Lynch was asked about the Vince allegations.

"I've been fortunate in my career that I've always felt supported by the company. These allegations are horrible. It's hard to reconcile, as a talent and as a woman, but my experience in WWE has only ever been amazing. Yes, in the beginning, there were some restrictions put on things. We couldn't punch, we had to hair pull, there were weird things there. Being able to push us forward, push women forward, I'm very grateful for that and the opportunity to even have my family. This company...some of these things are hard to reconcile," she said.

Vince is under federal investigation in connection to the lawsuit.

Lynch won the women's Elimination Chamber match at WWE Elimination Chamber and will challenge Rhea Ripley for the WWE Women's World Championship at WrestleMania 40.

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