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Becky Lynch’s Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Biography

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Bio

Becky Lynch has a banana shaped body. Below is all her body measurements including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size and more!

Becky was born January 30, 1987 in Dublin, Ireland as Rebecca Quin. She started with training back in 2002 and one of her first ring names was Rebecca Knox. Her career at WWE began in 2013. Currently, you can see her in SmackDown. Lynch lives in Los Angeles, California. Some more fun facts: Becky holds a college degree in acting from the Dublin Institute of Technology. She once had both her ankles broke. Her Instagram account is quite popular with more than 2.3 million followers.

Body Measurements Statistics

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Height: 5’ 6” (168 cm)
Weight: 135 pounds (61 kg)
Body shape: Banana
Dress size: 6
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 35-26-35 inches (89-66-89 cm)
Shoe size: 7.5
Bra size: 34B
Cup size: B
Breast implants or natural?: Natural

Quotes

“For a while, I was a flight attendant. I lived in New York, and I was a bartender. I took cooking classes, martial arts classes. I taught a foreign language. I went back to college and studied acting, which I love. I was doing stunt work as well.” (Becky Lynch)

“Mostly for social media, Twitter or Instagram becomes so much more fun when you can be boastful and say whatever you want. You can be so full of yourself and ridiculous when you’re a heel.” (Becky Lynch)

“I wasn’t born to be champion – I fought to be champion.” (Becky Lynch)

“When I was drafted to Smackdown, I was like, ‘Hell yes, I’m going to captain this ship.’ Then I was like, ‘Oh, wait, you’re losing your best friend and travel partner and the person you enjoy having matches with the absolute most.’ That’s Charlotte. We travel together, and she is my best friend.” (Becky Lynch)

“Everybody has that thing about them that makes them special, and sometimes we try to dull it down or we don’t always want to expose it, and maybe we’ve been taught that way or whatever. It’s just a matter of letting it out and letting it go and letting people in on it.” (Becky Lynch)