During her run as ‘The Man’, as well as with her antics on social media, Lynch has long proved herself to be one of the funnier members of the WWE roster.
However, perhaps there’s been no funnier moment that Becky has been responsible for than when she imitated an American accent on national TV.
Becky Lynch’s hilarious Nickelodeon moment
As noted, it didn’t take fans long to realise that Becky Lynch is one of the most naturally charismatic and entertaining members of the WWE roster.
That was on full display during Becky’s appearance on Nickelodeon several years ago, where she flawlessly and rather hilariously spoke in an American accent for over a minute.
You can check out the entertaining footage below…
Video: Becky Lynch attempts to speak in an American accent
One of the most liked comments on the Reddit post commented on how Lynch said ‘Oh My God’ when she started using her American accent, which seems to be what all Europeans do.
When will Becky Lynch return to WWE TV?
On the Raw after the pay-per-view, Lynch announced that she was injured before she was attacked by Bayley, writing her off TV for the foreseeable future while she recovers from her serious knock.
Thankfully, reports from several reputable sources claim that Becky did not require surgery despite her injury being incredibly gruesome, as you can see below, which should make her recovery slightly quicker than it would have otherwise been.
As of right now, there’s no timeframe on Becky’s return, but all signs point toward her missing the remainder of 2022.
Taking that into consideration, fans have theorised that ‘The Man’ could return to WWE at the Royal Rumble in January 2023, potentially even winning the women’s match on the show.
That would set up a WrestleMania match with the aforementioned Bayley, who looks set to take the Raw Women’s Championship off Belair, potentially even as soon as at Extreme Rules on October 8.
For more news on Becky Lynch’s potential return to WWE, whenever that happens to take place, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport.