The evolution of Becky Lynch from afterthought to main eventer has continued into 2019.
After the first half of 2018 wasn't too kind to her, the Lasskicker was handed a SmackDown Women's Championship shot at SummerSlam, and despite losing that bout in a triple threat match, she stole the show with her attack on Charlotte.
A title win and new attitude came in the months that followed, and iconic moments such as standing tall to close Raw after attacking Ronda Rousey, with a broken nose following the punch heard around the world by Nia Jax.
She's also main evented the first-ever WWE all-women's pay-per-view - Evolution - and was at the top of the card for last months TLC match against Asuka and Flair at the eponymous event.
And getting the chance to work with John Cena on the first SmackDown episode of 2019 can only mean good things for her as it means Cena greatly respects her accomplishments, as he noted in a backstage interview.
But another side of Lynch's game that has evolved since her shift in character back in August is her usage of social media.
Various tweets towards Rousey went viral in their feud in late 2018, and she's taking shots at more people - this time WWE commentator Corey Graves has been on the receiving end of her verbals.
After dual-branded announcer Graves suggested that Lynch could use a 'romance' storyline [for reasons unbeknownst to us or anyone else for that matter], 'The Man' fired back in devastating terms.
"Of all the things I could 'use' in my life right now, a romance with a middle-aged emo poured into skinny jeans isn’t one of them. Maybe you should wait till Monday to reply, you know, when you’ll have help with what to say," hit back Lynch on Twitter.
Becky is getting quite good at this ruining people on social media thing, and with a legion of fans backing her at all times you should probably think twice before mentioning her at all.
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