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    Becky Lynch was 10 years old when she made the decision: She was too cool for wrestling.

    Now, of course, she can’t believe she ever thought that. She’s a rising WWE star known for her flaming red hair, sexy Irish accent and a popular signature move — an arm bar called The Dis-Arm-Her. And thanks to wrestling, Lynch gets to perform for enthusiastic crowds at arenas everywhere, including a WWE tour stop this Saturday at Germain Arena.

    “I stopped watching wrestling when I was 10, because, you know, I got too cool for it — or so I thought!” Lynch says and laughs. “I don’t know how anybody could think that about wrestling! It’s the coolest thing in the world. But that’s what I thought when I was 10.”

    So she gave up wrestling for skateboarding and other “cool” things. Her brother kept the flame alive, though, and he kept watching the WWE on a Dublin cable channel.

    That’s how Lynch found out about wrestler Mick Foley.

    And that changed everything.

    “He was so sympathetic, and I just fell in love with wrestling again,” says Lynch, now 28 years old. “And I’d tell my brother, ‘Let me know when Mick Foley comes on again.’ And then I got soooo back into it and wanted to know all the storylines.

    “Then it was the coolest thing in the world. And I couldn’t believe for a second that I would doubt my love for it!”

    Lynch’s love for wrestling has only grown since then. She ended up taking wrestling classes, becoming a professional wrestler and then — about two years ago — joining the WWE’s NXT wrestling development branch.

    Then, last summer, she got promoted to the big time: She’s now one of the main roster WWE Divas and she tours the country and shares storylines with wresting legends such as Ric Flair.

    “It’s a whirlwind!” she says. “It’s just a dream come true, you know?”

    These days, she gets to do supplexes and The Dis-Arm-Her for even bigger crowds — thousands of fans instead of only hundreds.

    The Dis-Arm-Her has served her well over the years, she says. Lynch learned the arm bar from wrestler Goldust.

    “It’s a move I can get on from anywhere,” she says. “It’s a move that, if they don’t tap out, it will literally rip their shoulder out of their socket (laughs).

    “So it’s a good finishing move to have!… If you don’t tap out, game over.”

    Wrestling fans go nuts for The Dis-Arm-Her, the red hair and the Irish lilt. And Lynch admits she feeds off that energy, too.

    “I just absolutely love it,” she says. “The crowds are amazing…. I feel like, honestly, I couldn’t be luckier.”

    Still, Lynch won’t speak ill of her earlier NXT fans. Those are some of the most hardcore wrestling fans around, she says, and they made up for their relatively small numbers with louder applause.

    “WWE fans… they’re really just a special breed,” she says. “They pour so much love into the product, and we hopefully give it back to ‘em.

    “There might be only 400 or 500 people, but they are LOUD. They’re really into it.”

    Lynch, of course, knows just what it’s like to be a WWE fan. She might have been too cool at one time, but she still remembers that early excitement. It wasn’t always the best thing for her school work, she admits.

    “We’d always watch Royal Rumble,” she says. “We would stay up til 1 o’clock in the morning and watch until 4, and then we’d go in to school the next morning exhausted.”

    Now she gets to work side-by-side with some of her old WWE heroes: Flair, Foley and even former WWE Diva Lita — an early role model for her.

    Lynch says she didn’t care much for the other WWE Divas when she was a kid, but there was just something special about Lita.

    “I could never relate to, say, Trish or Torrie,” she says. “Lita, obviously, was gorgeous. But they (the other Divas) were these beautiful, blonde modelesque girls.

    “And then Lita was just this cool badass that you wanted to be friends with. And she was a bit of a rebel, and I guess that’s how I felt when I was a teenager.”

    Lita, in short, made Lynch want to be a Diva, too.

    “She was like my idol,” she says. “I dyed my hair red. And I was walking around with the baggy pants (I was already doing that because I was a little bit of a skater, anyway) … She was my inspiration.”

    Fast forward 18 years, and Lynch gets to see her idol all the time. Lita is a producer for the WWE.

    “She’s fantastic!” Lynch says. “It’s a little bit surreal, still. But she’s so down to earth and so cool and so easy to talk to, you forget that this was your childhood hero.”

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