Becky Lynch is arguably the top social media follow in WWE. Whether she's engaging with fans or throwing verbal jabs at her opponents, Lynch draws attention every time she sends a tweet.
Speaking to Alex Biese of the Asbury Park Press, Lynch discussed how she uses social media to further her character beyond television.
"I think it’s so important because you’ve got however long we have on TV, usually maybe 15 minutes, 10 minutes. 10, 15 minutes we have on TV, 30 if you’re Becky Lynch and you put on the longest women’s match in WWE history on TV, maybe," said Lynch. "So you’ve got that, but when you’re on social media you can extend the story, you can get your voice out, you can let people know how you’re feeling, what you’re thinking. And what I’ve said about other people’s social media is they’re on there writing love letters to each other. I don’t have time for that. I don’t have time for that because I don’t care about anybody else, I care about me and being the champion, being the best, being The Man."
Lynch continued, "So that’s what I want to do with my social media, I want to make sure that everybody knows it and everybody’s scared of it. And everybody is scared of it, because people don’t really come at me anymore, they’re terrified of me. The other thing is that I don’t think anybody needs to see selfies of myself, right? They don’t need it. There’s plenty of that, watch me on TV, you can see my face. You don’t need to see me in a bikini," she said. "You can know that I’m the most dangerous woman in this company, and possibly the world, and that’s all they need to know."
Over the past month she's burned Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair, Nia Jax, Chris Jericho, Seth Rollins and many more with her Twitter takedowns.
Her most recent tweet addressed reports that she has yet to be cleared for in-ring competition. In the tweet, Lynch vowed to show up to WWE TLC for her match against Asuka and Charlotte Flair.