WrestleMania 35: Becky Lynch creates history by winning against Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair in the main event

In the historic main event of WWE WrestleMania 35, Becky Lynch took on Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey and SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair and got her hand on both the titles to create history in the world in the pro-wrestling universe. 

This was the first time when women headlined WrestleMania in the pay-per-view’s history and it has revolution women’s wrestling all across the globe. Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey came together to put up one of the best main events that wrestling has seen, irrespective of their gender.

It all started back in Survivor Series when as per the custom, SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch was set to face RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey. She, however, was punched too stiffly by Nia Jax and had to to be replaced in the Survivor Series match. Ever since then, all Lynch wanted was a match against Rousey.

Meanwhile, she became hugely popular with the crowd who backed her as their top favourite. Popularly known as ‘The Man’, Lynch lost her SD Women’s table but regained her chance to face Rousey after winning Women’s Royal Rumble 2019. However, Lynch grew obsessive with winning over Rousey. Both of them have never backed down from taking the feud beyond arena, despite numerous interests.

When Becky Lynch finally received her confirmed spot at WrestleMania against Ronda Rousey, her world was turned upside down because alongside the announcement came Vince McMahon who had added Charlotte Flair to the match.

The three women then gave their blood and sweat to deliver an unforgettable main event. Each woman for her own, these wrestlers carried the burden if the entire women’s wrestling on their shoulders tonight.

Flair and Lynch teamed up together to take on Rousey. Following that, Lynch almost had Flair in an armbar which was broken up by Rousey. The ‘Baddest woman on the planet’ then went onto taking on Lynch but failed to deal with the Queen simultaneously.

After spending a lot of time trying to get better off each other, Becky Lynch brought a table inside the ring. Later, she and Ronda Rousey sent Charlotte Flair through the table and later in went to pin Ronda Rousey to win the historic match.