Lynch has become the most popular figure in the promotion, Rousey - the former bantamweight UFC champ - brings recognition beyond WWE and Flair has helped carry the women's division for years.
And with the tremendous build towards Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair at the PPV, surely, Wrestlemania 35 would be the place this momentous bout would happen. She is also an actress and New York Times bestselling author.
Let's hear it for The Man: An Irish wrestler will make history next month when she takes part in the first female headline event in the 35-year history of Wrestlemania.
The women's division of the WWE was rebranded back in 2016, and was formerly known as the divas division.
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The result "upends the balance between our democratic institutions and sets a unsafe , unpredictable precedent for the future". MPs have already voted against a "no deal" Brexit but this remains the default position unless they agree an alternative.
Women headlining a major WWE event? One month later, Lynch won the second-ever "Women's Royal Rumble" match - punching her ticket to a title shot of her choosing at WrestleMania.
Vince McMahon himself provided confirmation of the match before the show went off the air that Kingston would be getting the title shot against Daniel Bryan, although he did question if a B+ player could defeat the Planet's Champion. What these three women have done over the past year has been nothing short of staggering, and with The Man being perhaps the most over superstar in the company right now, this will be a battle for the ages.
"It's been my.it's been OUR goal to main event #WrestleMania", Flair tweeted on Monday.