WWE star becomes first 'Jeopardy' player ever to get zero questions right

    WWE star Becky Lynch was on the wrong side of “Jeopardy” history on Thursday when she became the first contestant ever to give zero correct responses through 60 clues. She was obviously last place in the celebrity edition of the iconic TV show, losing to actor Macaulay Culkin and comedian Rachel Dratch.

    Lynch, 36, made light of the situation by saying that she’s always making history one way or another. The six-time Women’s Champion always comes through in main events, but this one was seemingly too big, even for her.

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    Dratch scraped out a narrow win over Culkin, but both of them were way over Lynch, who only attempted to guess the answer five times and got zero right.

    Culkin answered 25 questions correctly against only three wrong ones, while Dratch tallied 20 correct answers and two incorrect.

    Everybody wins in ‘Celebrity Jeopardy’

    Lynch was playing for her winnings to benefit The V Foundation and Connor’s Cure, but nearly left with zero funds.

    Fortunately, Lynch was given a shot at guessing “Final Jeopardy” despite having nothing to wager, and got the question right to benefit the foundation.

    Lynch was once the main event at WrestleMania, and for better or worse, she always finds a way at making headlines.

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