Whoa-a-o-o-o-o: The WWE “SmackDown Live” Women’s Champion is in the building! Becky Lynch joined Rob Dyrdek’s “Ridiculousness” on Friday night to help judge some fellow “Lass Kickers” — and TheWrap’s got your first look at her MTV appearance.
Getting the respect a champ deserves, Lynch, known in and around the squared circle as “The Man,” was introduced last among Dyrdek’s three wise-cracking panelists — and she walked in with her belt held high. Her head was even higher.
“It’s not gonna be three-time champion, it’s not gonna be four-time champion — it’s gonna be the always champion,” she said of her current blue-brand title run. “Two times and that’s it.”
She then got down to judging some fellow kickass females. This batch belongs more on WorldStarHipHop than in World Wrestling Entertainment, however.
Watch our exclusive sneak-peek video above.
“Ridiculousness” airs Fridays at 8:30/7:30c on MTV. Lynch’s “SmackDown” runs Tuesdays on USA Network from 8-10 p.m. ET.
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