Single Blog Title

This is a single blog caption

Becky Lynch reveals an out-of-the-box Money in the Bank cash-in idea

Becky Lynch

Though Becky Lynch hasn’t yet won the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder match – though it certainly feels like things are heading in that direction – “The Man” is already picturing how it will feel to grasp the briefcase that has eluded her for her entire career and bring it down in front of 18,000 of her countrymen.

But who will Lynch cash in on if she wins the championship? Will it be Asuka, who may or may not still be the WWE Women’s Champion at the end of SmackDown? Or will Rhea Ripley be there as a corner Mami for Dominik Mysterio’s match against Cody Rhodes?

Or, perhaps, Lynch will follow in Chyna’s footsteps and cash in on her own husband, Seth Rollins, who will defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against SummerSlam 2016 foe Finn Balor at Money in the Bank.

Isn’t it impossible? Not necessarily, as “Big Time Becks” herself stated during a joint appearance on the Today Show with Rollins to promote Money in the Bank, the seven-time WWE Champion may potentially cash in on anyone and wants to be the most dangerous performer in the business.

“I want it, I want it so bad,” Becky said. “You have a lot of power with it.” You have enormous power since you can obtain a title opportunity at any time, at any place. It effectively means that a title battle could happen at any time. “For example, Seth could be in trouble, and I could cash in on him if I wanted to, and then be the next champion,” Becky Lynch told USA Network.

“I’m not saying I would do something like that, but I am The Man!”

Oh my, is Lynch about to severely test the Lopez-Quinn family’s mettle by deposing her husband, who also happens to have the most famous Money in the Bank cash-in of all time – nicknamed the “Heist of the Century” for good reason – on his resume? I mean, probably not, but as Lynch mentioned, she is “The Man,” so I wouldn’t rule it out.

Becky Lynch reflects on her WWE Hall of Fame career

Though Becky Lynch has a huge match at Money in the Bank coming up, “The Man” was asked to reflect on her career and provided a shockingly candid tour through her decade-plus in The Fed and what she still has to look forward to in an appearance on After The Bell.

“In some ways, I believe so. I think there’s a greater respect for the transient aspect of life, and a realization that you can’t hang onto any of these things. You can’t say, ‘Okay, okay, but I want to win the main event for the first time and two titles again.’ You can’t cling onto it, and you can’t reach for it again. You have to keep moving forward, set new goals, and embrace the things that happen. But I don’t think you really sit back and say, ‘Yeah, I made it,’ because you’re always moving on to the next thing. “I think it’s given me an appreciation for aging,” Lynch told Fightful.

“I know that seems strange or anything, but I think we’re in such an industry that when you get to a certain age, and by the way, I’m still young. I’m still young, yet you see remarks or whatever. ‘Oh, she’s getting old,’ or whatever. You never read the comments, but every now and then you come across one. ‘Oh my God, am I old?’ you think. Am I past my prime? Should I be doing…?’ and you sort of say, ‘No. No, h*ll, I’ve had so much fantastic experience, and I’m still in my prime, just getting started. We still have a lot of work to do.’ I’ve earned every wrinkle on my face, every gray hair you won’t see because I’ve been dying it since I was 15, and you kind of have this appreciation for life and how we’re just constantly progressing, and things happen, and then they’re gone, and you can’t hold onto them, and we have to keep moving forward, and what’s the next thing, and how do we appreciate what’s happening right now? I guess it’s just gratitude for what we’ve done, what we’re going to do, and what we have right now. That’s where I think I’m at.”

Lynch, 36, has accomplished a great deal in her professional career, including seven separate WWE title reigns, thousands of matches performed, and millions of dollars in merchandise sold to “The Man” fans all over the world. Though she’s unlikely to hang up her boots anytime soon, it’s never a bad idea to take a step back and enjoy the moment while it lasts.