DVD Review: Becky Lynch: Iconic Matches – WWE

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Running Time: 80 Minutes
Certificate: 12
Number Of Discs: 1
Studio: Fremantle Home Entertainment
Released: July 1 2019

Paige is not the only female to have her own Iconic Matches DVD release lately (read that review here). Becky Lynch is also the subject of such a release, and given what she has done in WWE in the past year alone, the time is right to celebrate The Man in this mini-DVD profile.

To that end, all three bouts come from the second half of 2018, but each one is worth watching. The Man was truly born when she and Charlotte Flair battled Carmella in an enjoyable three-way from SummerSlam 2018, and though Flair wins the gold, Becky’s post-match attack was the beginning of Lynch’s rise to major stardom in WWE. It actually didn’t take long for Becky to lift the SmackDown Women’s Championshp again herself, unseating Charlotte as champion in a strong bout at Hell In A Cell 2018, the second match of the DVD.

The third and final encounter is the Last Woman Standing rematch between the two rivals at Evolution. This received many plaudits and was WWE’s best all-female match of 2018 (I’m not sure if it was the best bout overall, but it was definitely up there), and it sees The Man come out on top once more. It’s a shame that we didn’t get the obvious final match here, that being Becky vs. Charlotte vs. Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35, but I’m sure we’ll get a full Becky DVD profile in the future.

In the meantime, though, this budget DVD release on Becky Lynch is definitely worth checking out.

Overall Rating: 7.5/10 – Good