Gunther expresses that he has surpassed the WWE IC title, while Celebrity Jeopardy featuring Becky Lynch garners attention for its ratings.

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In a recent appearance on “The Masked Man Show,” longest-reigning WWE Intercontinental Champion GUNTHER declared he has outgrown the title and is ready to take the next step in his WWE career.

The Ring General further stated that he has no plans to voluntarily give up the WWE Intercontinental Championship, as someone will have to dethrone him. He said,

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No, no, that’s not going to happen. I can break every streak in the world, I would still not trade it in. God willing, I will be the World Champion at some point and I will have earned it. It will not be a hand out. That’s important to me. I would never drop the Intercontinental Championship on purprose. That’s not going to happen.”

The latest episode of ABC’s Celebrity Jeopardy featuring Becky Lynch drew the highest viewership of the season.

The episode drew 4,235,000 viewers, up from the previous week’s 3,860,000. It also drew a 0.51 rating in the key 18-49 demo, which is also the season’s best.

Lynch’s appearance was also noteworthy due to her dismal performance. She only got one question right, which was Final Jeopardy and finished last with just $1,000.

Rachel Dratch won the game with $33,601, defeating Macaulay Culkin ($33,600).

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Becky Lynch’s Appearance on “Celebrity Jeopardy” Draws High Viewership

In a recent episode of ABC’s “Celebrity Jeopardy,” featuring WWE superstar Becky Lynch, the show experienced its highest viewership of the season. The episode drew 4,235,000 viewers, a significant increase from the previous week’s 3,860,000 viewers. Additionally, it garnered a 0.51 rating in the key 18-49 demographic, making it the highest-rated episode of the season.

Despite the high viewership, Lynch’s performance on the show was less than stellar. She only managed to answer one question correctly, which happened to be the Final Jeopardy question. As a result, she finished last with just $1,000 in winnings.

The winner of the game was Rachel Dratch, who accumulated an impressive $33,601. She narrowly defeated Macaulay Culkin, who finished with $33,600.

Lynch’s appearance on “Celebrity Jeopardy” highlights her popularity and the crossover appeal of professional wrestling. It also showcases the strong fan base that follows her career and supports her endeavors outside of the wrestling ring.

While Lynch may not have performed well on the show, her presence undoubtedly contributed to its success in terms of viewership. Her fans eagerly tuned in to see her compete and support her in this new venture.

This episode of “Celebrity Jeopardy” serves as a reminder that professional wrestlers are not just athletes but also entertainers who can captivate audiences in various forms of media. It demonstrates their ability to transcend their wrestling personas and engage with a broader audience.

As Lynch continues to make appearances outside of the wrestling world, her fan base is likely to grow even further. Her popularity and charisma make her a valuable asset for WWE and a recognizable figure beyond the realm of professional wrestling.

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