• Becky Lynch’s Ex-Boyfriend Reveals Why Charlotte Flair Had Real-Life Heat With Her
Jeff Dye (Becky Lynch’s ex-boyfriend) was recently interviewed on former WWE writer Freddie Prinze Jr.’s ‘Wrestling with Freddie’ podcast, where he talked about the real-life heat between Becky and Charlotte Flair.
According to Jeff, Charlotte didn’t like that Becky was starting to become the face of women’s wrestling after she became “The Man” in late-2018 and then went on to win both the RAW & SmackDown Women’s Titles in the 1st ever women’s WrestleMania main event in 2019.
Below is what Jeff said:
“I hope I’m not sharing too much here, but they would take it really personal. Like when her and Charlotte were feuding, I would listen to her be like, ‘I can’t believe Charlotte’s actually getting mad at me.’
I was like, ‘You guys do know this is a storyline, right? You guys don’t have to actually be upset with each other for this to work.’
I think it’s like comedy or show business or maybe even if you work at a warehouse or you work at Target or you work at Best Buy, you get competitive. You want the promotion or you want the raise or you want some position, and so that’s just part of it for them.
Charlotte had a difficult time that Becky was starting to become the face of the female wrestling thing. I guess it wasn’t surprising.
It didn’t change my perspective, but it was interesting to see how much they genuinely, when you’re struggling on the roster, it affects their personal life.”
WATCH: Charlotte Flair Exposes Becky Lynch’s Buns At Survivor Series 2021:
• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 28, 1982) – MSG House Show
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 28, 1982, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show in the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.
The show was televised on closed circuit and featured Vince McMahon & Gorilla Monsoon on commentary.
Here are the results:
The Fabulous Moolah & Wendi Richter defeated Cindy Chase & Princess Victoria
Tony Garea defeated Johnny Rodz
Salvatore Bellomo defeated Jose Estrada
Buddy Rose defeated Ivan Putski by count-out
Rocky Johnson defeated The Black Demon
Special Delivery Jones wrestled Eddie Gilbert to a time-limit-draw
WWF Tag Team Titles – “Texas Death”: Chief Jay Strongbow & Jules Strongbow (c) defeated Mr. Fuji & Mr. Saito
WWF Intercontinental Title: Pedro Morales (c) wrestled Don Muraco to a Double-DQ
Jimmy Snuka defeated Ray Stevens by count-out
WWF World Heavyweight Title – Lumberjack Match: Bob Backlund (c) defeated Billy Graham