For the PDF click here.
For the Epub click here.
While the first women's WrestleMania main event is all but official at this point, WWE still has a huge decision to make about who will be in it.
In a sense, WWE is playing with house money. Both options that they have are good ones. Whether the main event is Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch for the Raw Women's Championship or a triple threat between Rousey, Lynch, and Charlotte Flair for the title, it will be the most heated match on the card and fully deserving of its place in the spotlight on WWE's most important day of the year. A women's match was inevitably going to main event WrestleMania at some point, but a few factors have come together to ensure that this is the time for it to happen.
Rousey signing with WWE and taking to professional wrestling so quickly has been massively important. Her arrival has sped up the timetable for elevating the women's division to main-event status. She's a big-match wrestler who can headline any card she's on. But Lynch's ascension has been equally vital.