It's been inevitable for a few months now, but WWE has officially booked their first-ever women's main event for WrestleMania - Ronda Rousey will defend her Raw Women's Championship against Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair to close out the April 7 mega-show.
Several WWE Superstars took to Twitter to react to the announcement on the women main eventing.
WWE have put all of the rumour and innuendo to bed to announce the main event of WrestleMania 35 will be the women's triple threat for the Raw Women's Championship between Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. Saudi law presently prohibits women from competing in the country, a fact which has seen WWE rightly raked over the coals during their last two visits to the country.
After failing to regain the "SmackDown" Women's Championship at Royal Rumble, Lynch then took aim at "Raw" Women's Champion Ronda Rousey.
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They even booked the inaugural all-women's Pay-Per-View event Evolution last October.
The Man was named Wrestler of the Year by both Sports Illustrated and CBS Sports in 2018. She was also the first woman ever to top ESPN's WWE Power Rankings.
The decision, which has been rumored for weeks, is something of a no-brainer as the feud between Rousey, Lynch and Flair has been the hottest thing in WWE since November. Charlotte Flair is a seven-time Champion in WWE, a former Division 1 volleyball player, philanthropist and author.
After this year's historic WrestleMania 35 main event, it isn't a mistake they can afford to make a third time - and a situation they'll hopefully push to change. The last time the stadium hosted WrestleMania, there wasn't a single women's match.