Becky Lynch has already made history as Smackdown's first Women's Champion, but she's hoping that she's not done there.
The Irish Superstar spoke to talkSport recently about all of the changes in WWE's female scene. From new championships to longer matches, to multiple storylines, Lynch said that the increased focus on the women was a goal she always looked to achieve.
"It's what we've always wanted. I've always asked; Why should there only be one women's storyline? There's always more than one for the guys, why not for the girls? Why is there only one women's match on a pay-per-view? There are a lot of girls who've got issues with each other and we're all fighting for something. I think it's great, the brand extension has been great for that and it brings out that competition, it that's rivalry that brings the best out in people – or the worst," said Lynch.
WWE running multiple storylines isn't the only only step in the right direction the division has taken, and according to Lynch, not the peak. Lynch skipped the lofty goal of headlining a PPV, and flat out said she wants to main event WWE's biggest annual show.
"I don't see a reason why we all couldn't main event WrestleMania next year. That's the next step. Once you've reached one goal you're onto the next and we've got to keep working hard to achieve that. I never really stop to celebrate each step, because I'm always looking to what's next, but it's one thing to get to a certain level but we have to also maintain that. But you never know what will happen, it would be an amazing moment for all of us for sure," said Lynch.
Lynch is set to defend her Smackdown Women's Championship against Alexa Bliss on October 9.