Becky Lynch Memoir Release Date & Info Appears To Leak Early

Earlier this year, in an interview with Katie Hannon, WWE NXT Women’s Champion Becky Lynch confirmed plans to release an autobiographical book sometime in 2024, and, in the months since, not much noise has been made about the project. Earlier today, however, pre-orders for the book began to appear on popular book-selling sites like Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Simon & Schuster. As of the writing of this post, an official announcement from WWE or Lynch confirming the leaked details has not been released.

The listing for the book, titled “Becky Lynch: The Man: Not Your Average Average Girl” names Gallery Books as the publisher, and the release date for March 26, 2024, a week before WWE WrestleMania 40. It looks to be 288 pages long.

Here is the listed description:

This compelling and deeply personal memoir from WWE superstar Rebecca Quin—a.k.a. The Man, a.k.a. Becky Lynch—delves into her earliest wrestling days, her scrappy beginnings, and her meteoric rise to fame.

By age seven, Rebecca Quin, now known in the ring as Becky Lynch, was already defying what the world expected of her. Raised in Dublin, Ireland in a devoutly Catholic family, Rebecca constantly invented new ways to make her mother worry—roughhousing with the neighborhood kids, hosting secret parties while her parents were away, enrolling in a warehouse wrestling school, nearly breaking her neck and almost kneecapping a WWE star before her own wrestling career even began—and she was always in search of a thrilling escape from the ordinary.

Rebecca’s deep love of wrestling as a child set her on an unlikely path. With few female wrestlers to look to for guidance, Rebecca pursued a wrestling career hoping to change the culture and move away from the antiquated disrespect so often directed at the elite female athletes that grace the ring. Even as a teenager, she knew that she would stop at nothing to earn a space among the greatest wrestlers of our time, and to pave a new path for female fighters.

Culled from decades of journal entries, Rebecca’s memoir offers a raw, personal, and honest depiction of the complex woman behind the character Rebecca Quin plays on TV.