With WWE Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch in a Triple Threat Match finally being official for WrestleMania 35, the belief by many fans is that this match should serve as the headliner of the biggest event of the year for the company.
However, women have never headlined a WrestleMania in the past. With Seth Rollins challenging WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar also on tap for the show, there’s been a split with the belief as to which match should headline.
According to WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, he thinks that this year is the perfect time for women to main event WrestleMania. He elaborated on his belief during a recent interview with Sky Sports.
“I believe the women are going to main-event WrestleMania this year and if they don’t, I think there’ll be a mass exodus of people from around the world.”
“I see it being an exciting match; Ronda is going out on a limb to create this really dislikeable persona and I think it works. I go back to my messages about eight or nine months ago and when she came to me for some advice I told her to be patient and to be ready. Then when she got the opportunity, she ran with it like nobody I’ve ever seen, like ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin.”