Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey Needs To Headline WrestleMania 35

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Cageside Seats has a post that suggest that the expected Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey match at WrestleMania 35 needs to headline the show.

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The last thing I’d do is suggest Becky Lynch’s injury and removal from her Survivor Seriesshowdown with Ronda Rousey is a good thing.

That said, there may be some good to come out of it.

With rumors already suggesting a clash between the women could headline — or at least co-headline — WrestleMania 35, the match could only grow in size by keeping the two away from each other, but on each other’s minds.

The reality is, Rousey will continue getting trounced in the Twitter and promo wars because she simply isn’t playing the same game as Lynch, who is on one of the greatest character runs in modern WWE history. But fans want the match and they want it even more now that they can’t have it.

If WWE can have both women go about their business in their respective brands and strategically work moments for them to come close to a clash, it’s only going to build heat.

It also allows their title reigns to grow in length and make the prospect of a champion vs. champion match on the biggest stage of them all all that much more intriguing.

Here’s hoping WWE uses pay-per-view events to put the women in the same place to continue building to the future, but limits any physical interactions until they step on that grand stage.

Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey should main event WrestleMania.

If that happens as a first-time-ever match, it’s a bit of sunshine peeking from the dark cloud of Becky’s injury.

As noted, SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey is currently the plan for WrestleMania 35, according to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio. Meltzer reported in the latest edition of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the match is currently planned to headline the show. If the plan doesn’t change, it will be the first time a women’s match has ever headlined WrestleMania.