Becky Lynch Says Notorious WWE Practice No Longer Exists

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Becky Lynch has lifted the lid on what life is like in WWE now Vince McMahon is gone and Triple H is running the show.

Vince McMahon has been accused of sexual assault in a lawsuit that sent shockwaves through the company. As a result, Vince McMahon was told to resign as TKO Executive Chairman and is now believed to be permanently gone from the company.

Even before that, McMahon was believed to be on the outs creatively with Triple H – Paul Levesque – running the wrestling side of the company. The changes between both men’s approaches have been clear to fans and it seems WWE stars have also noticed a big change for the better.

Becky Lynch Gives Insight Into The Key Triple H & Vince McMahon Difference

Speaking on the Getting Over: Wrestling Podcast, Becky Lynch explained the key differences now Paul Levesque is running creative rather than Vince McMahon and how the chaos backstage is now a thing of the past:

Paul tends to have a long-term vision of something and an idea of something and then executes, whereas before, you know, it was notorious that the show was being rewritten as it was going, and we were live on TV, and people didn’t know what was happening in the third hour and there would be stories that would start and then Vince would change his mind and so with Paul, he sees things through and for better or worse that gives a different viewing experience.

Lynch also explained that she thinks it’s important to let stories develop even if they’re met negatively by fans at the beginning:

You might not like the story on week two, but you don’t know where it’s going on week four, and so if we listen to people that saying ‘Yeah, but we don’t like the story on week two,’ well then you might never get the magic that you were going to get on week four, and so I think it’s important to listen to the audience to a certain degree.

Becky Lynch is set for another major WrestleMania title match as she will clash with Rhea Ripley for the Women’s World Championship at WrestleMania 40.