Becky Lynch And Bianca Belair Set Bizarre Guinness World Record

The world of professional wrestling and the Guinness World Records aren’t unfamiliar to each other. Most notably, Natalya is currently the holder of six separate official records recognized by the organization including the most Raw and SmackDown matches ever as well as the most WWE matches, career wins, PLE/PPV appearances, and WrestleMania appearances of any woman in history. As of last night, however, Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair are hot on her heels after they both achieved a strange non-wrestling-related record!

Belair and Lynch, who set a more unfortunate record on Jeopardy last month, appeared at the 2023 Esports Awards last night in Las Vegas where they presented the award for Esports Content Creator of the Year. Later in the show, they teamed up with award-winning esports athlete Bugha and long-time esports personality Golden Boy (who previously signed with AEW as a commentator back in 2019) to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the Largest Digital Video Game Display in history.

At the end of the night, it was revealed that they’d managed to set the new record by playing Pac-Man on a giant 7,673 square meter screen on the side of the Resorts World Las Vegas building, handily beating the previous record of just 432 square meters. While the endeavor was attempted by the Esports Awards and Xfinity collectively, Lynch, Belair, Buhga, and Golden Boy were recognized as the official record-holders as they were the only individuals to fulfill the record’s requirement of playing the game for at least 10 minutes.

The official reveal that Lynch and Belair had set the new Guinness World Record, as well as their live reactions, can be seen at the bottom of this post. After the show, Lynch took to Instagram to share various photos from the event as well as to celebrate her new Guinness World Record. In the post’s caption, Lynch wrote, “Ma! We made it into the Guinness world records!”