Vince McMahon sees Becky Lynch as WWE's 'chosen one'


Becky Lynch is the most over superstar in the WWE right now, and the fan reaction to her appearance at Elimination Chamber last weekend proves that.

Lynch received huge cheers from the WWE Universe when she appeared at the show on crutches despite being suspended. She then went on to attack Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey with her crutches.

Although in storyline The Man is feuding against the authority of The McMahon Family, Vince McMahon is actually a big fan of Becky.

According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, Vince McMahon views Becky Lynch as the 'chosen one'.

He also stated that Vince wanted Lynch to win the Women's Royal Rumble last month despite the problems it caused for the WrestleMania main event story down the road.

The Man is the 'chosen one'

Meltzer said, via Ringside News: “How does anyone watch TV and think that Charlotte is the chosen one when it is so obvious that Becky Lynch is the chosen one?

“[Vince McMahon] completely did [change his mind]. He changes his mind every week!

“If you watch the TV it’s so clear […] you know the whole thing on I mean the whole thing is if they would have had Charlotte win the Royal Rumble — if –okay? It wouldn’t made sense. It just wouldn’t made sense as far as the storyline goes.


“Vince was insistent, absolutely insistent that Becky Lynch had to win the Royal Rumble even though in that sense they had to do a storyline that then negated it even though she’s gonna get back in later.

"But the whole thing was that he was so insistent that the story made no sense because he was so insistent that she had to win. You know what? He was probably right in the sense that it was probably the right thing to do.”

Becky sends a message to Vince

Becky sent a message to Vince after her attack on Charlotte and Ronda at Elimination Chamber as well.

Just like 2018, 2019 is going to be a big year for The Man. Her momentum over the past couple of weeks has grown tremendously.

It's only a matter of time before WWE revokes her suspension and books her in the main event of this year's Showcase of the Immortals against Flair and Rousey for the Raw Women's Championship.

She's expected to then walk out of that main event at WrestleMania 35 as the new Raw Women's Champion, and it's going to be exciting to see exactly how WWE books this storyline to that point.

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