Becky Lynch discusses how she will adapt in the ring to WWE being behind closed doors

Becky Lynch says it's all about 'going into a different mode' (Twitter: @DarrenConnolly_)
Becky Lynch says it's all about 'going into a different mode' (Twitter: @DarrenConnolly_)
23:07pm, Thu 02 Apr 2020
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Becky Lynch has revealed how she will need to adapt to WrestleMania 36 being played behind closed doors. 

The 33 year-old will be looking to defend her title on April 5 against Shayna Baszler at what is the biggest WWE show of the year. 

But the environment will be very different to what the stars are used to after the event was relocated from the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. 

It will now take place over two nights at various locations and will have no fans in the stands.

Lynch told Sporting News: "It's all about adaption and I wouldn't be where I am in my career if I wasn't about to adapt to that and know when to shift when the time is right."

The current Raw women's champion is aware that having no fans present will mean no feedback, but she has come to terms with that.

She added: "The people that are watching at home, the millions of people that are watching at home, you have to tell them a story.

"You have to give them a reason to care. You have to give them a reason to think about something else for a little bit whether it's an hour or three hours or whatever it is. 

"Then you just figure out how can I do this the best and that's all this ever is for me: how can I do this the best."

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