Listen: Becky Becky Lynch, Bank, Evers discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"S two four seven four seven four seven. Message and data rates may apply. Let's talk to Becky. Right. All right. So now, we have the man glad you you introduced correctly because I was a little bit scared that you weren't going to call her the band. She's the man Becky Becky Lynch that's coming on you are and we're we're clearing the air here from our my last appearance on smackdown. We had a little. Little tete-a-tete. Little little banging of the heads. A little bit. But here we are. We're we're letting by at least I'm letting bygones be bygones, and we were having you on because TLC is this week. We got a lot of stuff to talk to you about but first ever women's TLC match. And you I mean, if we go back you've been in a lot of first Evers like how you make your over here. And how does that make you feel like I know that's what everyone gets into this to set out to do and to try, and you know, change the game. But I now that you're seeing it all kind of laying out before you. How's it feel if she does incredible on this is what I set off to do like, you said everybody sets off to do it? But it's it's rare that you get to do it on this stage that I've been able to on the level on. It's been one thing after the other was it was changing the name of the divas title to the women's title on that being first staffer. A name going on. And being the first ever Mike women's champion. The first woman drafted smackdown. The first woman to two main event smackdown live, and I'm doing steel cage. And then we have the money in the Bank much. It's just being constantly Huntley, Roland until anybody questions why I call myself the mind because I've been making history since the time that I stepped into this place. I am the month. Now, a we talked about it on this this show before and when it happened. But to me when you had a lot of stuff happened before this, and you just talked about some of them. But to me, the the pivotal moment when I think everyone else finally had to listen up was at money in the Bank this year because every time you climb that ladder the audience. I mean, there is no doubt who they wanted to win that match. I mean, did you feel it before then or was that the night to you that it was cemented? So two thousand seventeen wasn't my best year by by any stretch of the nation. But I never felt that I lost the funds at all. I felt like they were there the entire time. And even though wasn't doing a lot on TV or. I wasn't on my most winningest run indolent of Louis. I felt like they were always there. They never turned their back on me. Really? Right. They never they never. The never gave up or chant yet. No, they always they always believe believed in me. And even if they got a little bit quieter because it wasn't doing anything. I wasn't doing anything for them to rally behind. I always felt like like no matter what they liked me. I liked them. And then when it came to money in the Bank at date, they just showed their support in a way that was undeniable. That I think everybody has to turn around and go, wait, wait a minute. She's got something here. Something's something's happening. And and there's a connection. I think also on the flip side of that. You know, you're talking about how you know two thousand seventeen personally wasn't maybe the best for you. But in hindsight, you know, it's almost like taking the things that happen to you and kind of putting them in the Bank like deposits, and using those as, you know, withdrawals when you need them to cash in and and you know, without all those things happening.."