Becky Lynch tweet suggests that WWE have told her to hold back on insulting Ronda Rousey on social media

Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch

WrestleMania is set to be main evented by female superstars for the first time in its illustrious history.

Well that's what Ronda Rousey seems to think anyway.

Ever since the night after the 2019 Royal Rumble, WWE has been promoting both Seth Rollins v Brock Lesnar and Rousey v Becky Lynch as the 'main events' of the Show of Shows.

The latter match would end up involving Charlotte Flair as well, and with so much work put in to the women's division in recent years, the big-name factor of Rousey has only helped elevate everyone else around her.

A part of the feud between Lynch, Rousey and Flair is that social media has been a big factor in regards to advancing the storyline.

The trio have all taken shots at each other over the last few months but it is Becky's words that seem to go viral the most.

In a post directed at Rousey, where she has used a picture taken after this week's edition of Raw with her husband Travis Browne, Lynch has hinted that the days of her social media attacks may be well-and-truly over.

The feud between Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair will culminate at WrestleMania

Lynch tweeted: "Look how tough they are. RAWWRRRRR. But I’m told to go easier on them because they’re getting upset. #truestory"

If Lynch isn't trying to blur the lines between a script and reality, then it seems as though WWE have told her to cut back on the insults directed at Rousey because of genuine upset it's caused her.

To tell the truth, no-one really knows whether it is all fiction or reality, but the fact that Ronda has got a lot of the wrestling world talking with her 'wrestling is fake' comments on her personal vlog indicates that she is playing the role of a heel very well.

Let's hope the ladies can still continue the momentum of the feud without having to resort to social media as we count down the days until WrestleMania at Metlife Stadium on April 7.

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