Becky Lynch Finds Strong Online Support Post SummerSlam Exclusion, Konnan Offers Candid Perspective
In the realm of WWE, the winds of fan support have fervently rallied around Becky Lynch following her noticeable absence from the grand stage of WWE SummerSlam 2023, a decision orchestrated by none other than Triple H himself. Renowned wrestling figure Konnan, however, suggests that Lynch should promptly rise above this setback, pointing out that her spotlight is destined to shine brightly on other prominent wrestling platforms in the near future.
In the aftermath of her exclusion from SummerSlam’s roster, Lynch took to social media, fashioning a positive outlook by proclaiming her knack for “making lemonade with all these lemons I’ve been given.” Triple H, WWE’s Chief Content Officer, acknowledged this assertion during the SummerSlam press conference, underlining the reality that talents at times must artfully “make lemonade” when circumstances demand it.
Konnan, the mastermind orchestrating the thrilling narratives within the Mexican promotion AAA, offered a distinct perspective on his K100 platform. Unfazed by Lynch’s predicament, he stated, “You’re gonna be on another show. It ain’t like just because you missed SummerSlam… Was Rey [Mysterio] on SummerSlam? [No] big deal because he knows he’s gonna be on another show and they’re the biggest stars in the company and they’re in commercials and they’re in everything. Give me a f***ing break, you know.”
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Konnan further illuminated his stance by recounting a recent episode within AAA’s saga. When a match was scrapped from the marquee Triplemania show due to an already formidable lineup, wrestlers expressed their concerns. Konnan, undaunted, assured them that their presence is assured on upcoming shows, emphasizing the fluidity of opportunities.
Delving into the intricacies of Lynch’s WWE journey, the anticipation for her showdown with Trish Stratus at SummerSlam on August 5 seemed palpable. Yet, a surprising twist emerged as the clash was deferred to the RAW episode on August 14, leaving fans and analysts speculating about the storylines at play.
Adding to the discourse, former WCW luminary Disco Inferno provided his perspective on Lynch’s noticeable absence from the SummerSlam stage. With his experience in the ring, Disco Inferno candidly assessed that WWE’s women’s division has room for growth: “The women’s stuff, it’s not all their fault, but the women are not that interesting these days,” he remarked. “It’s part creative but it’s also part on them too.”
Lynch, undeterred by her SummerSlam sidelining, remained an active observer during RAW’s proceedings on August 7. As the dust settled on Shayna Baszler’s victory over Zoey Stark, Lynch’s symbolic act of spitting lemonade into the air reverberated as an homage, reminiscent of Triple H’s iconic water-spewing entrance routine, a nod to resilience and onward momentum.