Recent WWE World Champion Confirms Her Retirement in WWE

Recent WWE World Champion Confirms Her Retirement in WWE

In recent statements, , a key figure in 's women's division, has confirmed her intention to retire within WWE, dispelling any speculation about her exploring other professional wrestling options. Her current contract with WWE is set to expire in June 2024, leading to discussions about her future in the industry.

During an appearance on the “Strutting from Gorilla” show, Lynch expressed her deep connection to WWE, stating, “Look, growing up, WWE is what I watched, it's what I love. It's the reason I became a professional wrestler.” She emphasized her sense of belonging in WWE, mentioning, “It's my home.”

Lynch's impact on women's wrestling is significant, highlighted by her historic victory in the first women's main-event match at . She has been actively working with underutilized talents and is set to release her autobiography in March 2024, adding to the intrigue surrounding her career trajectory.

Approaching the age of 37, Lynch is at a crossroads, balancing her wrestling career with motherhood and potential opportunities outside the ring. Despite the allure of Hollywood and other endeavors, Lynch's recent role as a mentor to rising stars in women's wrestling indicates her ongoing commitment to the industry.