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Becky Lynch

Becky Lynch

Real name Rebecca Queen
Announced weight 61 kg
Announced height 168 cm
Date of birth January 30, 1987
Country of birth Ireland
Place of residence Dublin, Ireland
Debut in wrestling November 11, 2002
Debut in the main roster July 13, 2015
Finisher name Dis -arm-her
 
Rebecca Queen is an Irish professional wrestler. Performs at WWE on the SmackDown Live brand under the ring name Becky Lynch. Previously worked on the indie scene under the ring name Rebecca Knox.
 
She began training in June 2002 under the leadership of Fergal Davitt (Finn Balor) and Paul Tracy. She made her debut in November of that year. The first time she performed in Ireland, teaming up with her brother a couple of times, and then she moved to Europe. She regularly performed at the Queens of Chaos promotion, winning the main promotion championship in 2006. She later worked at One Pro Wrestling and German Stampede Wrestling.
 
Glowed in the Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling. She became the first SuperGirls champion and held the title for 10 months. Appeared on ChickFight III. In 2006 she made her debut in Shimmer Women Athletes.
 
In September 2006, Knox suffered a head injury during a match in Germany. Was diagnosed with damage to the vestibulo-cochlear nerve. The rehabilitation should have taken several years, but then Rebecca herself refused to return. In 2011, however, she returned to Shimmer as a manager. In 2013, she signed a contract with WWE and worked for NXT for two years. She moved to the main team in the summer of 2015. At Backlash 2016, Lynch became the first ever SmackDown Women’s Champion, holding the title for 84 days.Career achievements
 

WWE Achievements:

 
  • Women’s Champion SmackDown Live (3 times, the first ever) 
  • Women’s Champion Raw (1 time) 
  • Winner of the Women’s Royal Battle 2019
  • The first ever winner of two women’s titles Raw and SmackDown
 

Achievements in other promotions:

 
  • SuperGirls Champion (1 time, first in history) 
  • World Queens of Chaos Championship Champion (1 time)

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