Are Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair coming to Fortnite soon?

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Fortnite has a history of bringing in popular figures from across pop culture, and WWE stars Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair may be the next two additions to the game.

Professional wrestling and entertainment company WWE has taken to social media to tease the additions of Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair to Fortnite. The game’s name wasn’t directly mentioned, but after one look at the posts, there’s little doubt as to what’s being implied.

Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair skins coming to Fortnite

Following the tease of Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair skins being brought to Fortnite, fans began buzzing about the possibility. The two are among the most popular performers in professional wrestling today, and WWE has gone to great lengths to promote both athletes. Their addition to Fortnite would be right in line with that.

Noted Fortnite content creator and leaker iFireMonkey took to Twitter to provide further insight after WWE’s official teasers were released.

According to iFireMonkey, the two skins will include an in-game pickaxe, backbling, and a victory royale emote. The emote will allow players to boast with a WWE championship belt, which both Lynch and Belair have represented as WWE champions.

How much will Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair skins cost?

According to leaks, the Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair skins will cost 2,400 V-Bucks. The two skins will be released as part of a cohesive bundle, and it’s this bundle that will cost Fortnite players 2,400 V-Bucks.

One V-Buck is effectively worth one cent in US dollars, which means the Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair Fortnite skins bundle will cost about $24 USD.


It’s no surprise that Becky Lynch would be featured in this way. Lynch had a long road to the top of WWE, but once she got there, she established herself as one of the most popular performers in the world. He popularity was so great that she was elevated to the main event of WrestleMania, where she captured a WWE championship .

Belair is younger than Lynch, but has also seen a sharp rise through the ranks of WWE. She won her first WWE title from Lynch at WrestleMania.

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Written by Jared Wynne

Jared Wynne has been covering gaming and esports for the past two decades. He's a former competitor in Counter-Strike, and still counts it among his favorite games along with RPGs like Baldur's Gate and Mass Effect. He studied journalism at the University of Texas at Austin, has been published at such outlets as The Daily Dot and The Esports Observer, and is the former Editor-in-Chief at You can find him on Twitter / X at @JaredWynne.

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