From mom's spaghetti to the ring.
Becky "The Man" Lynch is a WWE superstar who has overcome some difficulties, including a 7-year break from wrestling due to an injury. During a recent interview, the athlete has opened up about her beginnings as a pro-wrestler.
Lynch, who had previously been working as a stuntwoman, was encouraged to transition into the spotlight.
“So I went along for a tryout and I knew there was no way in Hell that life was going to give me this opportunity and I wasn’t going to take it and I wasn’t going to get it. I just remember going there without a doubt in my mind that I’m getting this. Because it just felt way too serendipitous and way too meant to be to not materialize.”
The Man recalled the moment she walked into the Performance Center for her initial WWE tryout and the song that propelled her through the challenge.
“So I went along and I remember singing Eminem in my head the whole time, ‘Lose Yourself,’ you know? Every time those drills would get hard I’d be like, ‘You only got one shot,’ and then I got signed and then I got brought over to Orlando.”
Lynch has quite the resume, according to Sportskeeda.
"Becky Lynch made her televised WWE TV debut in 2014 as part of WWE NXT. Lynch, who was called up to the main roster in 2015 alongside Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks, is the first-ever and current SmackDown Live Women's Champion."