Women’s Main Event At Wrestlemania Becomes Winner Takes All. Both Titles On The Line.

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On Monday, April 1st, 2019, Stephanie McMahon kicked off RAW with a special announcement regarding the state of the Women’s Main Event of Wrestlemania 35. As soon as RAW went live on television, Stephanie wasted no time making her entrance.

After making her entrance, Stephanie McMahon had no hesitation in pulling out an April Fool’s joke on the WWE Universe by stating that she would be adding herself into the Women’s Main Event at Wrestlemania. The WWE Universe also showed no hesitation in following up with loud boo’s. After capitalizing on the comedic tradition, it was time for her to address what she really had to say. Stephanie McMahon informed the WWE Universe that the Women’s Main Event of Wrestlemania went from having just the RAW Women’s Title on the line to having both the RAW AND SmackDown LIVE Women’s Championships on the line.

That’s right, at Wrestlemania 35, it’s winner takes all. Whether you are coming in with one belt or no belt at all, somebody is walking out of Wrestlemania 35 holding BOTH Women’s Championships.

 

Originally, the Women’s Main Event was only scheduled to have the RAW Women’s Championship on the line. That all changed when Charlotte Fair defeated Asuka for the SmackDown LIVE Women’s Title on Smackdown just two weeks away from the show of shows. Not only has Charlotte managed to make her way into the FIRST EVER Women’s Main Event of Wrestlemania, but she managed to do it as the SmackDown LIVE Women’s Champion.

On Sunday, April 7th, 2019 at MetLife Stadium, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Ronda Rousey will compete in a Triple Threat Match for BOTH the RAW AND SmackDown LIVE Women’s Championships. The winner takes all of the gold.

With this decision being made by Stephanie McMahon, many are speculating that the WWE may attempt to unify the Women’s Titles post Wrestlemania. What are your thoughts on this? How do you think one person holding both championships is going to affect the Women’s division?

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