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Becky Lynch on letting her evil side out a bit more in WWE

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In recent months, SmackDown Live Women's Champion Becky Lynch has certainly let her 'evil' side out a bit more in WWE. Lynch turned heel at SummerSlam by attacking Charlotte Flair after her SDL Women's Title win. "The Irish Lass Kicker" then took the strap from Flair at the Hell In A Cell PPV the following month. During her feud with Flair, the pair have put on some tremendous matches in WWE.

However, Lynch's personality has soared and she has seriously connected with the WWE Universe on a different level. Now, she's arguably the hottest star on the company's roster - which is certainly saying something with stars such as Seth Rollins, Brock Lesnar, Ronda Rousey, AJ Styles, and more currently in the mix.

Recently, Lynch was interviewed by Hollywood Life to discuss her new WWE on-screen personality. In regards to showing off a bit more of her 'evil' side to the WWE Universe, here's what "The Man" had to say:

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"That confidence? You know, the thing of it is, it's always an inside job, right? It doesn't come overnight. This is something that I've been working on for a long time, and why this works so well is because we've seen me not have confidence. We've seen me persevere.

"We've seen every obstacle being thrown my way and finding a way to deal with it. But, it's all about believing in yourself, and I always say, you know, you're the only person that lives in your head.

"So, you can walk around telling yourself how great you are all day, walk around telling yourself how bad you are all day, like, it seems a lot better to live in a place where you're saying you're great, you know?

"So, I think you just gotta constantly work on believing in yourself, and believing that you're enough. Have faith that you've got everything that it takes to make it. If you put the work in? Of course, you do."