Becky Lynch wants to fight Trish Stratus at Night of Champions

This will be just the second non-title match scheduled for the upcoming PPV event on May 27 at the Jeddah Super Dome in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

It looks like Becky Lynch will be joining his real-life husband at the Jeddah Super Dome on May 27 with an equally seismic match of her own.

Becky Lynch took Trish Stratus' tirade about her daughter being stupid personal.

In an unforeseen turn of events, Becky Lynch has issued a daring challenge to the WWE Hall of Famer, Trish Stratus, at this year's Night of Champions PPV.

This move created a buzz within the wrestling community, setting the stage for a thrilling face-off between two of the best wrestlers of their respective generations.

WWE superstar, Becky Lynch, has a laundry list of accolades at just 36 years old with merely a decade of experience as part of the WWE. Her fiery personality and prowess in the ring have helped her win multiple title belts as well as set the record for the longest RAW Women's Championship title reign at 399 days. But, as she herself has claimed in her challenge to her legendary opponent, she doesn't need a championship belt to be who she is.

Of course, Trish Stratus is no slouch. She is a seven-time WWE Women's Champion and was named by the WWE as the greatest female superstar of all time.

These two iconic combatants will seal the deal with a contract signing set for next week's Monday Night RAW episode. The tension and excitement will likely be off the charts during the signing, a good sign of an electrifying encounter on May 27.

Fans worldwide are eagerly waiting for this historic face-off between these two powerful women in the WWE in a battle of eras.

Becky Lynch and Trish Stratus are expected to sign a new contract on the May 22 episode of Monday Night RAW.

Here is the updated match card for the Night of Champions PPV on May 27:

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