3 Key Points
- Becky Lynch has penned a candid autobiography, “The Man: Not Your Average Average Girl,” due out March 24.
- The book promises a humorous and honest reflection of Lynch’s life, including self-admitted faults.
- Mick Foley, wrestling legend and author, played a role in providing feedback for Lynch’s writing.
Inside Becky Lynch’s Candid Memoir
Wrestling superstar Becky Lynch is taking fans on a deeply personal journey through her upcoming autobiography set for release later this month. Without shying away from her missteps, Lynch has tackled the challenge of self-reflection head-on, acknowledging the moments that shaped her, for better or worse.
Behind the Pages: Honesty and Humor
During a recent conversation on “The Casual Podcast,” Lynch expressed her intention to provide an authentic narrative full of humor. The anticipation for a funny and revealing read is high as she illustrates her individuality and the trials of her life candidly.
A New Chapter for ‘The Man’
Transitioning from the ring to the page, Lynch joins a prestigious line of wrestlers who have shared their stories. Guided by the feedback from none other than Mick Foley, a seasoned veteran in both wrestling and writing, Lynch refined her manuscript into a work she holds in high regard. Proud of the outcome, she is excited for the public to delve into the life and times of one of WWE’s most captivating talents.