WWE Smackdown star Becky Lynch recently spoke with Bleacher Report, and below are some interview highlights:
On being a locker room leader in WWE:
“I try to lead by example,” Lynch told Bleacher Report. “I try to make sure that everybody feels comfortable with everybody else. My biggest thing is having good atmosphere.”
On playing a heel on the indie scene vs a babyface in WWE:
“When I was on the independent circuit, I always played the heel role, but I always felt that no matter what, I was able to connect with the fans,’ Lynch said. “Whether I was good or not, there was a connection there because I think I just really love wrestling. If you’re a fan, you love wrestling. When you can feel that radiating off somebody, I think you tend to gravitate toward them.
“I think that’s the same with a lot of the babyfaces throughout WWE history. Fans pick up on that energy. It’s a passion we have for the industry. That resonates with them.”
On why she is not interested in appearing on “Total Divas”:
“It’s not something I ever wanted for myself,” Lynch said. “It’s a great opportunity for the women. But I never envisioned myself in that role. And there’s a certain mystique about myself that I’d like to keep. I don’t want to give out too much of Rebecca Quinn.”