Becky Lynch is riding on the crest of a wave at the moment on SmackDown Live.
The WWE Universe have been behind her since day one, but ever since turning on Charlotte Flair at SummerSlam last month, fans have seen a new side to her.
It's one that has been compared to early shades of Stone Cold Steve Austin's rebellious character, and she certainly walks with attitude and swagger now.
The company have clearly positioned her as a heel character, and when WWE are set on something, they normally go all-in with it - just like Vince McMahon is hell-bent on destroying everyone that isn't Roman Reigns, who he wants to be the face of the company.
Becky's fans aren't best pleased that writers and company figures have positioned Lynch in this way, and fans think there's one person to blame - Road Dogg.
The former D-Generation X member is in a creative role backstage in WWE, and he's well-known for replying to fans who send him messages of criticism.
In-fact, the hashtag 'Fire Road Dogg' did the rounds on Twitter last year following the Battleground event, to which the former WWE Tag Team Champion responded hinting at his signature 'suck it' catchphrase.
And by the looks of it, he's not going to be able to please everyone when it comes to the story between Lynch and Flair.
When a fan stated that it was "Time for you all [of the company] to listen" to them, Road Dogg responded with: "We’re listening, what would you have us do? She’s in the best women’s story, arguably the best story going today? What else can we do?"
There are various replies that state their grievances with Becky's run over the last few years, including the fact that she has lost 10 straight pay-per-view matches, and that it needed to take a heel turn for the company to do anything noteworthy with her character.
And you can hardly debate these points - she certainly deserves better than what she's had recently.
Hopefully they will let her capitalise on the momentum, and who knows, we may once again see the blue belt around the waist of the Irish 'Lass-kicker' on Sunday.