WWE Wrestlemania 35: First-Ever Women's Main Event Is Official

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It's been one of the biggest questions fans have had since WWE's women's revolution began. When would the women's division headline a Wrestlemania? That day has finally come. With the tremendous build towards Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women's Championship at the PPV, Wrestlemania 35 will be the show that sews women in the main event. WWE has revealed that exciting bit of news in a new poster for Mania.

As you can see below, the Wrestlemania poster spotlights the feud, which has been the highlight of all WWE story lines since a few weeks before Survivor Series back in November. Right before that PPV, Lynch and the other women of Smackdown attacked the women of Raw, Lynch got her nose broken. Completely bloodied, she taunted from the stands. It was the biggest moment of 2018 for WWE.

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Since then, Lynch's storyline has been a rollercoaster ride. She's been suspended, injured, beaten up people with crutches, and gotten beaten by other people with those same crutches. It was all leading to a match with Rousey at Mania, and of course, Flair got involved, so now it's a triple threat.

What's been exceptionally wild about this feud is the back and forth between Lynch and Rousey on Twitter. Sometimes, it's a bit brutal, and Rousey loves angering wrestling fans on the social media site. The rivalry--on Twitter and off of it--has been the most popular thing in WWE, so making this match the main event makes perfect sense.

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