Don’t mess with The Man. ESPN has released two new ads for their “This is Sportscenter” advertisting campaign, featuring current WWE Raw Women’s Champion, Becky Lynch.

The first involves Lynch helping out one of the anchors, whose candy bar is stuck inside a vending machine. The Man takes a unique approach to solving the problem:

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The second sees The Man ordering some coffee and not being too pleased when the barista asks what name she wants on the cup:

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Lynch is currently scheduled to defend the Raw Women’s Championship against Sasha Banks upcoming at the 2019 Clash of Champions pay-per-view.

Editor’s Opinion:

The Man does it again. I always love seeing this side of her; she’s always been one of the most entertaining and outgoing wrestling personalities on the roster. Her popularity continues to soar to unparalleled heights and I wouldn’t be surprised if we see her in more motion pictures, much like The Rock and John Cena, when her in-ring career comes to a close.

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