The Women's revolution in WWE has led to several famous -- and recently infamous -- firsts in the WWE, and Becky Lynch says they're not done.
When speaking to Amarillo-Globe News, the former Smackdown Women's Champion Lynch discussed the possibility of an all-women Royal Rumble match.
"I think there will definitely be a time where the women get their own Royal Rumble. When you look at the fact that in July there is the Mae Young Classic taking place between 32 women. Then you have the women in NXT and the women on both brands. I think it's a year or two away from having our own Royal Rumble, then maybe our tag titles. The sky is the limit," said Lynch.
WWE recently ran the first ever women's Money in the Bank ladder match, which was met with much controversy. The company has a re-match set for this Tuesday's episode of Smackdown. Speaking of Smackdown, Lynch has a couple of Superstars in particular she keeps her eye on when they're in the ring.
"A.J. Styles and Sami Zayn. They're both so good. A.J. can do anything. He can do crazy flips but it's his in-between. His timing and pacing is perfect. I've never watched an A.J. match and said 'That's boring.' He's such a great storyteller. Then Sami Zayn. Wow, there is no one that can get that sympathy. He's so great to watch because he's so agile," Lynch said.
You can read the full interview at this link