Becky Lynch removes WWE references on Twitter and announces she ‘won’t be coming to Raw today’
Posted by  badge Boss on Apr 18
Becky Lynch revealed she won’t be at this week’s Raw (Picture: WWE)

Becky Lynch has confirmed she won’t be appearing on Raw tonight.

The former Women’s Tag Team Champion, who lost the titles last week and was , made the announcement in a blunt tweet as she also made some big changes to her social media accounts.

She simply tweeted: ‘I won’t be coming to Raw today.’

As well as the surprising post, she changed her Twitter name to her real name Rebecca Quin and blacked out her banner, while on both Twitter and Instagram, she removed references to WWE from her bios, with the latter just including a separate contact email address.

It remains to be seen whether or not her actions are part of a story being played out, but has since reported that while Lynch is nursing a minor injury, which could explain her absence.

Meanwhile, the outlet claimed her contract is due to expire in 2024.

Trish Stratus laid out Lynch last week (Picture: WWE)
Drew McIntyre made similar changes to his Twitter account last week (Picture: WWE)

Interestingly, former world champion , having not been seen on screen since he and Sheamus lost to GUNTHER in a Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship .

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Following the intense and physical match, Drew tweeted three waving emojis, leading fans to speculate what the future holds.

He prompted more discussions after blacking out his Twitter profile, which now has no profile picture or banner, while the bio has also been removed.

It should be noted his name is still Drew McIntyre – rather than his real surname Galloway, which he has used outside of WWE – and his handle is @DMcIntyreWWE, but it’s still a very interesting move.

The timing is intriguing, given recent reports Drew and WWE are some way apart when it comes to negotiations on a new contract regarding money and creative issues, with the former world champion moved down the card following his heartbreaking loss to Roman Reigns in the main event of Clash At The Castle.

WWE Raw airs Monday nights at 1am on BT Sport 1.