Becky Lynch Believes It's Hard To Develop Storylines With So Many WWE Events

Becky Lynch discusses the challenges of developing storylines for so many events.

Appearing on The Gorilla Position, Lynch was asked about the success of WWE Evolution, the first-ever all-woman's pay-per-view event.

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"Arguably, storylines and build-up, apart from mine, maybe could have been developed a little bit more," said Lynch "But man did that pay-per-view deliver. I was so proud of everybody from beginning to end. Everybody want to put their best foot forward and they certainly did that. The crowd was incredible. The energy and excitement. It showed just how far we've come. Everybody just wanted to see the women succeed. Everybody cared about the characters, the storylines, and personas. And of course they cared about The Man, Becky Lynch."

When asked to elaborate on the lack of build for certain matches, Becky said, "Sometimes, there's so much. We had Super Show-Down and Hell in a Cell and Evolution and the World Cup and we have all these things and we're going into Survivor Series. Sometimes it's hard to develop storylines to go into all those pay-per-views at once. Sometimes they get a shorter buildup. Luckily, myself and Charlotte were able to get a long feud. That was because it wasn't one week, one month or a year in the making. It was years in the making."

Lynch did her best to build a match with Ronda Rousey in just a few weeks of television between WWE Evolution and Survivor Series. Lynch was scheduled to face Rousey this Sunday, but was forced out of the bout after taking a stiff punch from Nia Jax that left her with a broken face and severe concussion. 

Despite now facing Charlotte Flair at Survivor Series, Rousey has kept the feud with Lynch alive on Instagram.

You can view the entire interview with Lynch in the video above.

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