WWE Official has heard enough from the Lass that Runs the Class.

Becky Lynch has established herself as one of the the top babyface champions in all of WWE. Despite a setback earlier in the month that has kept her out of action for a few weeks, the fans have continued to be fully supportive of the current Smackdown Women’s Champion. Last Tuesday, Lynch returned to Smackdown to cut a promo on her upcoming match against Alexa Bliss for the title on November 8th in Glasgow, Scotland. As happy as the fans were to see Lynch return, there was one person who was not too happy to see her back, especially on the mic.

According to a report by Bryan Alvarez on his Smackdown review on F4WOnline.com, Kevin Dunn, WWE’s Executive Vice President of Television Production, is reportedly annoyed by Lynch’s accent. It is being rumored that he is pushing to have her mic time get cut down, and if possible completely cut out.

If this is true this could be a conflict of interest for Smackdown. How can Lynch be the champion of the blue brand if she is not allowed to speak. An example of Dunn trying to cut Lynch’s mic time could already be seen on the Smackdown where she returned. Lynch was supposed to have an interview with Renee Young, but was immediately cut off by Bliss. Coincidence?

According to a report by Sportskeeda, Dunn has been extremely impressed with Bliss’ mic skills, and may be pushing to have her win the title soon. Dunn has been with the company for 28 years and is Vince McMahon‘s right hand man. With Dunn having the ear of the Chairman of the Board could he possibly push for Lynch to drop the title?

Lynch has never complained about anything when it comes to WWE, She continues to do everything that is asked of her. Earlier this week, she may have dropped a tweet that acknowledges some truth to this rumor.

What do you think about Kevin Dunn reportedly being annoyed of Becky Lynch’s accent? Do you think it is justified for a wrestler to lose their title or push just because of the way they talk? Let us know. We really want to talk about this.

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