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  • LifeLostInRewind
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    Originally posted by The Cook View Post
    Becky's been fueling the rumours as well to be fair and with the report that WWE want fans at SummerSlam, which I'm sure will happen, I can see her return lining up with that. Same goes for Ronda Rousey, Brock Lesnar & John Cena.
    Not so much with Ronda now that she is pregnant.

    Now, unless Seth Rollins gets drafted to raw, Becky Lynch will make her return to smackdown, because WWE keeps couples on the same show (in most cases, yada yada yada).

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  • The Cook
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    Becky's been fueling the rumours as well to be fair and with the report that WWE want fans at SummerSlam, which I'm sure will happen, I can see her return lining up with that. Same goes for Ronda Rousey, Brock Lesnar & John Cena.

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  • Prime Time
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    Rumours starting to pick up that Becky Lynch will be returning sooner, rather than later.

    No timescale as yet that I can see, and could just be people doing the maths after her giving birth.... but they are picking up, at least.

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  • King Kong Sundae
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    I wonder if you could work something with Becky and Asuka out of her statements in the past week. I respect you said it at the time but I never lost it kinda thing...

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  • PEN15v2
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    Originally posted by meandi View Post
    That’s some pretty valid reasoning, Pen.
    Thanks Dude.

    Originally posted by Powder View Post

    AEW would be stupid to not offer ANY woman on the WWE's main roster or high level NXT a deal once their contract was up. All of them are better than most of AEW's women's division, with the exception of Nyla and Shida.

    Every woman in the WWE can talk circles around the entire AEW women's roster, and the 'bottom of the barrel' Dana Brooke, and Nia (on the mic), would be a huge asset for AEW.

    Even almost all the women in NXT are better than AEW's female roster.

    OK... but to avoid derailing the thread any further, Becky would be at the top of the list. Charlotte would be a close second.
    Last edited by PEN15v2; 05-18-2020, 07:48 PM.

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  • Powder
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    Originally posted by PEN15v2 View Post
    AEW would be stupid not to make an offer to her if her contract was up .
    AEW would be stupid to not offer ANY woman on the WWE's main roster or high level NXT a deal once their contract was up. All of them are better than most of AEW's women's division, with the exception of Nyla and Shida.

    Every woman in the WWE can talk circles around the entire AEW women's roster, and the 'bottom of the barrel' Dana Brooke, and Nia (on the mic), would be a huge asset for AEW.

    Even almost all the women in NXT are better than AEW's female roster.

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  • meandi
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    That’s some pretty valid reasoning, Pen.

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  • PEN15v2
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    Originally posted by meandi View Post
    Has she earned that kind of schedule yet? I mean, I know she’s been pretty much the focal point of the division (with the exception of Charlotte) for the past 18 months or so, But I don’t know if that warrants her getting the Brock or HBK treatment just yet.
    Considering how much she's been the focus of not just the division, but the entire company and the Women's Revolution, I think she has. It's not that's she's on their level, but that she has that leverage. WWE won't risk letting her work for AEW after all the attention she's been given in those 18 months. Much like WCW in 95-98, it was an attractive offer to leave WWE for good money (I don't believe it's better money annually than WWE right now, but likely better per date) due to the schedule of not working house shows. 52 dates of weekly TV, plus PPVs? AEW would be stupid not to make an offer to her if her contract was up .

    So WWE will do what they can to win that battle, and I think the reduced schedule is going to be key

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  • Prime Time
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    Originally posted by meandi View Post
    Has she earned that kind of schedule yet? I mean, I know she’s been pretty much the focal point of the division (with the exception of Charlotte) for the past 18 months or so, But I don’t know if that warrants her getting the Brock or HBK treatment just yet.
    I mean for a while there she was pretty much their only genuinely popular talent, so I wouldn't rule it out.

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  • Powder
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    So my best guess will be that Seth will most likely remain as a full time wrestler with the WWE and continue with the complete touring schedule. But he may bet some random time off like Orton, and definitely get his honeymoon and child birth time.

    Then after Becky gives birth, she may work a few dates on RAW, and then the big 3 PPVs, Wrestlemania, the Rumble and SummerSlam, but no where near a full schedule, nor a regular schedule.

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  • meandi
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    Has she earned that kind of schedule yet? I mean, I know she’s been pretty much the focal point of the division (with the exception of Charlotte) for the past 18 months or so, But I don’t know if that warrants her getting the Brock or HBK treatment just yet.

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  • PEN15v2
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    Either way, it'll be up to them in about a year or so. I'm sure she'll be back, but I think the natural doubt is whether or not she'll work the standard WWE schedule. I think she's earned herself a Brock Lesnar or Shawn Michaels 2002-2010 type contract, and that would be great for the women's division to have her around for a part time schedule.

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  • Prime Time
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    Originally posted by Powder View Post
    There is also the fact that her [future] husband is a full time wrestler, so potentially neither parent would be home with the kids.
    Same as Mickie, who is married to Nick Aldis. The situation isn't that different in that respect.

    I think it could go either way, honestly. But if you're interested according to Cagematch Mickie was back within two months of giving birth, worked 38 dates the following year, 32 the year after that, and was back on a WWE schedule in 2017 so she did 80+ matches (when I guess her son was 2-3). So it clearly can be done, if people want to do it badly enough. 30-40 matches would mean you could be on RAW about once a month in addition to PPV. There's always pretapes and things, too.

    Like I say, I could see it going either way.

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  • meandi
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    I’m not sure if TNA was touring all the time or not when she first had a kid. But when she returned to WWE, her kid was less than 3 years old. And I’m going to assume she was on the house show circuit then as well as doing television.

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  • Powder
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    Wasn't Mickie working for TNA when she had kids? And I honestly do not know, but did TNA tour with 300+ dates a year when she had her child(ren)? So if the WWE would allow Becky to work most to all RAWS only and most to all PPVs, then I can potentially see it. But I cannot see a new mother working the 300+ dates a year.

    There is also the fact that her [future] husband is a full time wrestler, so potentially neither parent would be home with the kids.

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