The WWE fans were left disappointed on SmackDown Live earlier this week, despite seeing Becky Lynch return, she could barely put a sentence together before she was interrupted by the number one contender to the Women’s Championship, Alexa Bliss.
Although it was an excellent way to get Bliss over as the top female heel on the blue brand by interrupting someone the fans wanted to hear from, it didn’t do Becky many favours.
Especially since reports from F4WOnline suggested that she won’t be getting much time on the microphone in the future.
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WWE Executive Producer, Kevin Dunn, reportedly hates Becky’s accent, and Bryan Alvarez noted that Dunn doesn’t want to hear it anymore and that means she won’t be getting a lot of promo time going forward.
A strange decision to make, considering she’s one of the most over talents in all of the company, and one of their two women’s champions on the main roster.
However, it doesn’t look like The Irish Lass Kicker is going to let this one slide so easily.
Taking to her official Twitter account, she tweeted what seems to be a shot aimed at Dunn, referring to her promo on SmackDown Live and making it clear for those that didn’t understand, exactly what she was trying to say.
She tweeted: “For those who didn’t understand my accent what I said was, Smackdown. Alexa. Glasgow. Face. Slapped. Off. Her.”
Becky does bring a strong Irish accent to the ring, but it’s something that makes her stand out from the other women, apart from the bright orange hair.
Taking away microphone time from her will achieve very little, all it does is increase the hate Dunn already receives from a handful of terrible decisions fans believe he’s made over the years.
WWE fans love her, and they’ll make sure the company knows it if she doesn’t get the promo time she deserves, whether she’s champion or not and although Dunn can’t seem to understand her, it seems as if her fans certainly did.
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