Becky Lynch and Jaxson Ryker argue about abortion rights

Jun 26, 2022 - by James Walsh

On Friday morning, the United States Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade — the 1973 ruling that guaranteed federal constitutional protections of abortion rights. Former WWE star Jaxson Ryker wrote the following on Twitter regarding people that have expressed disappointment with the decision…

“Many post I’ve seen today are heart breaking. @BeckyLynchWWE being one. That life inside them isn’t just a clump. You as a mother should see how precious life is. Those baby’s in the womb have a right to live. I pray you come to see the bigger picture.”

Becky Lynch issued a response…

“Yes. I chose to be mother. To a daughter. That I could safely deliver and afford to raise. A daughter who deserves autonomy over her own body.

Banning abortions doesn’t stop them. It stops safe ones.

God bless you, your ignorance and lack of uterus.”

8 Responses

  1. TrollBuster says:

    I guess Jaxson Ryker never spanked the monkey in his life. Otherwise he would be a big hypocrite than all the others who are against abortion. All the millions of sperms you waste everytime you are fapping could have been life too!

  2. Steve says:

    No offense to anyone , but how do you have such a strong opinion on a subject that you have no say in. A woman has the right to decide on her body. PERIOD END OF STORY

  3. Joseph says:

    @TrollBuster – Masturbation is not the same as abortion and in my opinion, it’s an asinine comparison. The sperm has to fertilize the egg. Once it does that, a new life begins. Sperm alone is not a new life. Eggs alone are not a new life. They have the potential to become a life, but unless they come together, they’re just sperm and eggs.

  4. Rob Dam Van! Shirt Typo! says:


    1) “how do you have such a strong opinion on a subject that you have no say in” because that’s how thinking works. And to tell someone they can’t have a strong opinion or have a vote on the matter simply because they’re not of a specific identity is a very dangerous slope and one that makes you the bad guy.

    2) “A woman has the right to decide on her body” I agree, and in instances of sexual assault, incest, or the mother’s chance of surviving delivery there needs to be an out. But just not wanting to be a mother at the time or not being stable enough is not a valid justification for ending someone’s life. If your S.O. is with child and I punt her in the stomach should I get time for ending that premature life? Of course!!! Because it was a life…heart beat…..organs….bloow flow…ect….regardless of the opinions or wants of the host.

  5. Pisto75666 says:


    So you’re fine with the woman not being stable enough to have a kid, and then she kills it anyway? How does that work?
    How about instead of the woman having an abortion, then the guy just get a vasectomy? Dude, you have no say. Sit this one out.

  6. Really? says:

    Fascinating. Looking forward to Clarence Thomas and Elena Kagan engaging in a spirited debate over whether the Tombstone or the Stunner is a better finisher with just as much expertise and relevance.

  7. Mackdeezy says:

    Wasn’t Riker known to be a bag of hot air?

  8. Squirt Angle says:

    I am not sure where I fall on the issue – but I have to agree. If we say that we have no say over how another person uses their body (when it does harm to another living being), then how can we also have say over stopping other issues such as domestic abuse – we don’t live in that house and are not in that relationship, or war – we are not a citizen of either of those nations, or so much else? Sometimes it is often those who are most removed from the situation that can see with the most clarity. Moreover, if this is life, is it not our duty to protect it as humans? Now, this does not mean that arguments cannot be made on what is a human, what is life, and if there is ever cause to allow it to be aborted. Those are all separate arguments and valid.

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