Becky Lynch has been presented with a huge opportunity to get her WWE career back on track after qualifying for the Money in the Bank women’s ladder match.
After dropping her title to Bianca Belair at WrestleMania, Big Time Becks has looked a shell of her former self. But now she has a golden chance to break away from the downward spiral she has been sucked into.
In the wake of her victory on Monday Night Raw, Lynch enjoyed a fierce mic drop moment to celebrate her heading to the July pay-per-view.
It was an action-packed six-woman elimination match to fight for a place at Money in the Bank next weekend.
Big Time Becks entered the ring with Doudrop, Nikki A.S.H, Shayna Baszler, Tamina and Xia Li. With a potentially life-changing opportunity on the line, the stakes were high.
Despite the five other women targeting her in the opening moments of the match, Lynch found herself on an elimination streak, taking out both Xia Li and Nikki A.S.H via a Man-handle Slam.
Doudrop then became the focus of the match after she rushed in with an impressive move to lay out the three remaining women who were all tussling on the top rope.
This opened the door for the Scot to pin the exhausted Baszler and Tamina in quick succession but she couldn’t get the better of Lynch.
In a final burst of energy, Big Time Becks executed the Man-handle Slam on Doudrop to punch her ticket to Money in the Bank.
Her post-match promo had the crowd clamouring as she likened herself to John Cena and his many famous mantras.
“I hope you all enjoyed 20 years of John Cena. But let me tell you what, I didn’t need a pep talk from John Cena to know that I am the living embodiment of ‘Never Give Up.’
“There have been many times in the last few months where I have been down, but not for a second have I been out.”
Lynch then promised the crowd that this is going to be her comeback story after such a drastic fall from grace.
“I am the definition of hustle, loyalty and respect — and I think you all know those ladies should respect that I just kicked their a*ses,” she said before slamming the mic down on the canvas and lapping up the cheering from the audience.
The final lineup for the Money in the Bank women’s ladder match features Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Lacey Evans, Liv Morgan, Raquel Gonzalez, Shotzi, and of course, Big Time Becks.
The pay-per-view will get underway on Saturday July 2nd in Las Vegas.