Becky Lynch did an interview for the 'Smashing Glass Ceilings: The Women of WWE' Channel 4 documentary in the UK. The interview was done by the director and host of the 'Gorilla Position' podcast, James Delow. You can check out the full interview on this week's 'Gorilla Position' on iTunes by clicking here, below are some highlights:

Not having natural talent (hear her comments in the video above):

"I just took my first bump, and I just loved it, I loved wrestling, and it just, it got me and there was nothing that got me more focused or put me on the straight and narrow. It really got my head in the zone, and had me wanting to train and eat well and just do better in every aspect in my life. And just wanting to be the best and being able to progress, and had no natural talent whatsoever! Maybe a natural talent for talking but that was about it."

State of the WWE Women's Division:

"I don't think there has ever been a time quite like it. We have always had phenomenal athletes and workers, going back to Lita, Trish Status, Jazz, and Beth Phoenix, but we have never had the spotlight and opportunities that we have right now. There was a group of us in NXT and we had this vision - we wanted to stand out in a certain way. We kept having great matches and consistently delivered. The market was there and the fan-base kept growing."

Becky Lynch also discussed the future of the Women's Division and meeting her trainer, Finn Balor. Again, you can hear the full interview on iTunes by clicking here.

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