WWE just released a documentary on SmackDown Live Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, hours before her historic title defense.
Lynch will defend her SDL Women’s Title in the first-ever Women’s Tables Ladders and Chairs (TLC) match against Asuka and Charlotte Flair. It all goes down at the TLC PPV from San Jose, California’s SAP Center.
Lynch’s documentary, entitled “Becky Lynch’s journey from “doctor jail” to WWE TLC: WWE Chronicle,” documents her return from injury.
Several weeks ago, Lynch suffered a broken nose and concussion at the hands of Nia Jax during a segment on Monday Night RAW. The injury forced Lynch out of her scheduled match against RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series.
The loss of the match was a huge blow to the card, as it was the most anticipated on the show. Instead, Charlotte Flair stepped in for Lynch, who hand-selected “The Queen” as her replacement on SmackDown Live. Now, Lynch is fully recovered from her injuries and will compete this weekend in a physically taxing TLC bout.
You can watch Lynch’s full WWE Chronicle documentary in the video player below. Make sure to let us know what you think in the comments:
In a similar development, Jack Swagger had several notable accomplishments in WWE over the course of his career. A former WWE World Heavyweight Champion and Mr. Money in the Bank, Swagger would chant “We the people” in unison with the fans. Even with all of that, it wasn’t enough for WWE to keep the Superstar around.
During a recent interview with the Tampa Bay Times, Swagger revealed that he has no regrets about his WWE release from back in 2017. When asked whether he has any regrets, Swagger had the following to say:
“I didn’t realize how much I missed the competition until I started training again. It has reignited a lot of passion in me. I’m loving it.”
Swagger, of course, is now pursuing Bellator MMA. The former wrestling Champion is scheduled to make his debut against John Kisner on January 25.
Swagger also explained how he is fine with naysayers claiming Bellator only signed him due to his celebrity status.
“One of the best pieces of advice I ever got in professional wrestling was use the exposure from cable’s number one rated television show to transition and move on to what you want to go into next.”