Becky Lynch Defeats Seth Rollins To Win The UpUpDownDown Championship, Lynch Reflects On Her Wrestling Career

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RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch has had a stellar run in 2019, and she continues to write history wherever she goes. Xavier Woods‘ popular YouTube channel UpUpDownDown has seen several WWE superstars make appearances in the videos, and the IT couple of WWE, Seth Rolins and Becky Lynch, were the latest stars on the channel.

Seth Rollins asked for a challenge for his UpUpDownDown Championship, and it was answered by his fiance Becky Lynch. The Man accepted her boyfriend’s invite and competed against him for the title in the latest episode.

Becky Lynch defeated Seth Rollins 1-0 to win the title and become the first-ever female champion in the history of the channel. Rollins got down on his knee and presented the title to the Man.

Lynch announced the return of Becky 2 Belts, a reference to her gimmick during this year’s WrestleMania season. Lynch won the RAW and SmackDown Women’s Titles at WrestleMania when she defeated Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey in the main event.

Lynch also talked about her wrestling career in a post on social media earlier today, talking about her humble beginnings as a broke 17-year old from Ireland.

Lynch came across a poster for SmackDown’s debut on FOX, featuring her and Roman Reigns, which reminded her of the past and how far she has come in the wrestling industry.

“I left Ireland a broke 17 year old girl with a dream. Now a 32 year old woman, I just drove past my face outside Fox Studios in LA. Tomorrow I’ll put my war head back on. But today I’m just proud and happy of what that girl did to get me here”

Becky Lynch will continue her stellar run in 2019, with a Hell in a Cell match against Sasha Banks on Sunday. Lynch and Banks have had quite the feud in the last few weeks, and it all comes to a head this week.