Becky Lynch Wins First Ever All Women’s WrestleMania Main Event
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Becky Lynch has claimed the crown for the first ever all women's WrestleMania 35 Main Event.
She was up against Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair at Met Life Stadium - which was the first time the female event was being played out as the main event.
There was a whopping 80,000 screaming on as the three women did battle.
It was a draining match between the three wrestlers, with each of them getting absolutely savaged by each other.
If one wrestler was about to make one tap, the third would come out of nowhere and crash into the intermingled pair to keep it going.
It certainly seemed like Flair and Lynch had their targets set on knocking out Rousey first as the pair savaged her in a variety of bone crushing moves.
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Eventually flair was knocked out and Rousey looked all set to win.
But as the former UFC fighter jump backwards with Lynch on her shoulders, Lynch manoeuvred her body to make her on top and therefore was able to get the win.
The title means Lynch now holds the Smack Down title and the Raw Women's Championship titles. Not too bad for a Sunday night.