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Becky Lynch still wants a piece of Stephanie McMahon, would change the same thing about WrestleMania 35 that you would

This week’s episode of WWE Backstage was pretty much a showcase for why Becky Lynch is one of the faces of the company. The Raw Women’s champ was charming & badass while blending shoot & worked answers on Renee Young’s show. She may have even helped influence a change to way WWE handles their roster in the process.

Turns out, The Man wasn’t done being great at her job when the FS1 broadcast ended.

In a backstage video posted to WWE on Fox’s YouTube channel, Lynch gave some pretty interesting answers to fan questions - and continued to prove why WWE is always to have people point cameras and microphones at her.

Her choice of NXT dream opponents continue storylines from last year’s Survivor Series and tease more Horsewoman on Horsewoman violence:

“There’s a well of potential down there at the moment. Obviously, one that’s sticking out is the current champion, Rhea Ripley. I got a little bit of a taste of what it was like to be in the ring with her. Unfortunately Shayna Baszler interfered and we never got a finish to that match - obviously we all know who the winner would be. The Man, of course, of course, The Man. But I think maybe there’s room for that to continue down the road. Also room for The Man to continue beating Shayna Baszler’s ass. We saw what happened at Survivor Series.”

Becky’s quick answer to what she would change about her WrestleMania 35 program reveals CM Punk isn’t the only one who’s one of us:

“Charlotte Flair wouldn’t be in there. Next question.”

She worked a question about Stephanie McMahon’s role in creating an opening for Charlotte to be added to her feud with Ronda Rousey into her call for a match with the Chief Brand Officer:

“I would love to have that match, I would love to have it. Stephanie, where ya at? I keep calling for it. Keep just no-selling me. No-selling son of a gun, Stephanie McMahon.”

Last but not least, a perfect answer to whether she would join her fiance Seth Rollins’ new faction on Raw:

“The Man stands alone. The Man is better on her own.”

There’s more, including a continuation of this week’s “wrestlers love Pearl Jam” theme. But you get the idea.

Becky Lynch is The Man.

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