Becky Lynch has found new targets to taunt after concluding her war of words with Ronda Rousey, following their triple-threat match at WrestleMania 35 where she pinned the former UFC women’s bantamweight champion to win both the Raw and SmackDown Live titles.

The Irishwoman, who is known for her way with words, has begun picking on the other pro-wrestlers in the World Wrestling Entertainment’s (WWE) women’s division, mainly the newly anointed number one contender for the Raw women’s title Lacey Evans, and potential SmackDown challenger Bayley.

On this week’s Monday Night Raw episode, Evans, who started a feud with Lynch by attacking her during her celebration speech post WrestleMania, beat Natalya to become the number one contender and then taunted Lynch by claiming that she was soon going to take away everything the Irishwoman has worked so hard for.

Becky Lynch WWE Becky Lynch beat Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair to win both the Smackdown and Raw women's titles. In this picture, WWE superstar Lynch appears on the red carpet of the WWE Mae Young Classic in Las Vegas, Sep. 12, 2017. Photo: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images for WWE

"And my actions are being talked about by the "history makers" themselves.... Good thing you're practicing bowing down, my high heels will need cleaning when I'm done taking everything you've worked for,” Evans wrote.

Becky “two belts”, as Lynch refers to herself now, was not one to back down. She went ahead and made the feud personal by alluding that Evans could be an illegitimate child of Charlotte Flair’s father, WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair.

Lynch also took aim at Bayley, who after being shifted to SmackDown during the superstar shakeup, made it clear that she wants to evolve and eventually topple the blue brands women’s champion.

The Raw and SmackDown women’s champion did not stop there, she entered an innocent and friendly conversation between Ember Moon and Alexa Bliss and mocked the latter’s recent injury troubles. A Twitter war then erupted between Moon and Lynch, with the former accusing the Irishwoman of bullying for making fun of Bliss, whose career could have been ended.