As we wrote about earlier today, the current plan for the WrestleMania main event is for a Triple Threat Match that would feature Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair.
The previous plan was for Lynch to face Rousey in a one-on-one match, presumably for the Raw Women’s Championship. It is looking very unlikely that the singles match will happen at Mania and Rousey has been talking about wanting to start a family soon so WWE will have to make the match sooner rather than later and that appears to be the plan.
On today’s Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez talked about the Mania plans and then added that the Lynch/Rousey match is penciled in and if they stick with those plans, the match would take place sometime before WrestleMania.
“As of today, plans subject to change, the WrestleMania match is Ronda vs. Charlotte vs. Becky in a three-way. But for those of you that want your Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch match, it is still penciled in to take place between now and WrestleMania.”
There are two pay-per-views between the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. WWE Elimination Chamber is set for February 17 in Houston, Texas. Fastlane is set for March 10 in Cleveland, Ohio.
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