Becky Lynch has been involved in physical confrontations with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon over the last week, and now she has another McMahon family member to feud with: Vince McMahon himself.
The WWE chairman overruled HHH and Stephanie on the February 11 episode of Raw, informing Lynch that she has been suspended for a further 60 days and her WrestleMania 35 main-event spot has been taken by Charlotte Flair.
There are still two months to go until WrestleMania, so “The Man” will almost certainly earn her place back in the main event against Ronda Rousey and Flair, but she will have to change the stubborn mind of Vince first.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane to see what happened when Vince targeted Superstars in the past and whether he won or lost…
#6 WON: Ken Shamrock
Everybody remembers Vince McMahon’s famous “It’s me, Austin! It’s me, Austin! It was me all along, Austin!” line, but do you know what happened after that segment?
Well, Steve Austin was named the CEO by Linda McMahon and “The Rattlesnake” decided to have some fun by changing matches on the card for the June 7, 1999 episode of Raw.
In what might have been the shortest rivalry of Vince’s career, he was forced to go one-on-one in a Lion’s Den match with former Corporate Ministry member Ken Shamrock.
The match had barely gotten started when Jeff Jarrett hit Shamrock in the head with a steel chair, allowing Vince to lock in an ankle lock. The referee ruled that Shamrock could not continue, giving the win to Vince via TKO.