WWE Raw: Becky Lynch & Asuka caught checking on each other after hardcore main event

Becky Lynch and Asuka caught checking on each other after WWE Raw

Becky Lynch and Asuka shared for a No Holds Barred match as part of the latest chapter to their feud on WWE Raw.

The match will likely go down as one of the biggest TV matches of the month, main eventing Monday Night Raw, and taking place between two of WWE’s top female stars.

It was Becky Lynch who picked up the win, potentially sparking the end of her “downward spiral” story as she looks to regain the Raw Women’s Championship.

Lynch is rumoured to be facing Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair at SummerSlam later this month, so this win could very much set her up for that.

The match between Asuka and Becky was fairly brutal, with some high-risk spots that very much kept in line with the hardcore stipulation.

With many brutal spots taking place, there’s always a higher risk for injury, and it seems like both Becky and Asuka were aware of this.

Footage has emerged online of the two former Women’s Champions checking on each other after the match, proving what total professionals they are.

The clip, which you can see below, shows Asuka and Becky squeezing each other’s chests after the match, which is essentially their way of telling each other they’re okay and checking on their opponent.

This was also on show at WrestleMania 38, after the match between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns which closed the event.

Rumours suggested that Reigns was injured during the match, and footage emerged after the show showing Brock checking on his rival with a similar code squeeze.

You can see that footage in the embedded tweet below, with Brock squeezing Roman’s neck being clear to see.

This now only highlights the professionalism of both Becky and Asuka, but also points to just how much respect the pair have got for each other.

Many fans have been impressed with the work that both Becky and Asuka have been doing in 2022, with Lynch receiving a tonne of plaudits for her character work of late.

The women in WWE have also been given ample opportunities to showcase their storylines and in-ring work recently, with the women on Raw main eventing the show several times since WrestleMania 38.

For more news stories like this, and the latest on plans for both Asuka and Becky Lynch, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport over the coming days and weeks.

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