Exciting news for women’s wrestling fans! Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch are heading back for a WWE return, soon.
Becky Lynch & Ronda Rousey Returns
Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey are scheduled for a comeback, soon. This, according to WWE’s President & Chief Revenue Officer Nick Khan.
Khan was promoting WrestleMania 37 this week. He appeared on The Colin Cowherd Podcast. During his interview, he noted both former RAW Women’s Champions were nearing a WWE return.
When it came to The Man, Khan stated she’ll be back at some point in the “not-too-distant” future. Meanwhile, he noted Rousey would return to the WWE at a “certain point in time”.
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Lynch Versus Rousey
Becky Lynch has been away from in-ring action since WrestleMania 36. On the May 11th edition of Monday Night RAW in 2020, Becky stepped away from the company.
During an emotional promo, she announced she was pregnant with her first child. She and Seth Rollins welcomed their baby girl Roux this past December.
Meanwhile, it’s been longer since the WWE Universe has seen Ronda Rousey in action. She stepped away from the company in 2019, after WM 35.
Ronda took some time off to expand her family. However, no announcements from her or hubby Travis Browne on that front.
Could fans finally see a Rousey versus Lynch program (and match)? Only time will tell.
We are days away from the Grandest Stage of Them All! Nick Khan isn’t the only WWE employee doing promotional work for WM 37.
Paul Heyman is doing the rounds, too. In a recent interview, the Advocate talked about a variety of things, including his WWE contract status.
Paul Heyman WWE Contract
Paul recently visited Sports Media with Richard Deitsch. He was asked about working with the WWE moving forward.
His reply? He certainly hopes to continue their working relationship. Heyman went on to note that while he understands why some negotiate their contracts publicly, he does not.
Paul relayed a story from his 2006 departure. Heyman stated no one knew he was officially done with the company.
He and Vince McMahon felt it was no one’s business at the time.
Heyman went on to state that he didn’t think it did him or the WWE any good to negotiate a deal through the public and media. Paul believes it doesn’t serve anyone, well.
Sights Set On WrestleMania 37
Paul is currently the Advocate for Universal Champion, Roman Reigns. He’ll be sitting in the corner of the Tribal Chief this Sunday during his match against Edge and Daniel Bryan.
Paul was very vocal about wanting to stay with the WWE, moving forward. Paul revealed that he loves his work with Roman Reigns. He also stated he enjoys what he does on Talking Smack.
He noted that he’s “boldly” confident that he’ll continue working in these roles. According to reports, Paul Heyman’s WWE contract expires next month.
Here’s hoping we get more of the Advocate in years and months to come.