There aren't many superstars in WWE's women's division that Becky Lynch hasn't faced, except for Stephanie McMahon.
A match between Lynch and Stephanie has been talked about for some time, but it is yet to be booked by WWE.
The Man is still pushing to make the match happened, and she reminded WWE's chief brand officer about it when she tweeted about her ESPN SportsCenter commercial earlier this week.
Stephanie tweeted Lynch's SportsCenter adverts and said: "'The Man' takes over ESPN! Watch
Becky Lynch star in TWO of the newest #ThisIsSportsCenter commercials."
The Raw Women's Champion saw the tweet and replied: "Anymore thoughts on you fighting me in front of lots of people?"
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The Man is yet to receive a response from Stephanie, but it's cool to see she still wants to face the WWE CBO inside the squared circle.
WWE fans commenting on her Twitter seem to up for a Becky Lynch vs Stephanie McMahon match taking place as well, so the ball is in WWE's court.
We'll have to wait and see if Lynch does get her wish. Given it's Stephanie McMahon, any future match would likely take place on one of WWE's biggest shows of the year such as WrestleMania or SummerSlam.
While we wait to see if the match will happen, the Raw Women's Champion does have two interesting matches coming up in the next week.
First, she will team up with Charlotte Flair this Monday on Raw against Sasha Banks and SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley, who turned heel on her on last week's red brand show.
The Man will then go on to defend her Raw Women's Championship against The Boss at Clash of Champions on Sunday.
Considering Lynch was recently involved in a photoshoot for SmackDown's move to Fox, it will be intriguing to see if she drops the Raw Women's title to Banks at Clash of Champions in preparation for a move to the blue brand next month.
Perhaps Stephanie could get herself involved in that match to cost Lynch the title and get the ball rolling towards an eventual match between the two at a later date, but that may be wishful thinking.News Now - Sport News