Ronda Rousey: Why WWE decided to book dream match against Sasha Banks at Royal Rumble | WWE | Sport

According to Cageside Seats, the publisher and editor of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Dave Meltzer claims Vince McMahon’s promotion were initially set to put Rousey in another bout against Charlotte Flair.

However, the encounter didn’t take place because the wrestling giants are considering a WrestleMania 35 megamatch between Rousey, Charlotte and Becky Lynch.

‘Rowdy’, The Queen and Lynch have been embroiled in an intense feud during the last few months and rumours suggest they could become the first ever women to headline WrestleMania.

The Man started feuding with Rousey last October immediately after WWE’s first ever all-female Pay-Per-View event Evolution.

The two popular WWE superstars were set to battle at Survivor Series but the highly-anticipated fight was cancelled.

Lynch suffered a broken nose and a concussion at the hands of Nia Jax and was therefore sidelined until she regained full fitness.

Charlotte replaced The Irish Lass Kicker and got herself intentionally disqualified during her battle with Rousey.

The Queen bludgeoned the UFC legend with a kendo stick until the foreign object broke into pieces.

The seven-time women’s champion then wrapped a chair around the MMA hero’s neck and almost ended her career when she stomped on it with full force.

Rousey was then targeted by both SmackDown superstars on social media but she got her revenge when she cost them the SmackDown Women’s Championship at TLC.

The Baddest Woman on the Planet dropped Lynch and Charlotte from the top of a ladder during a Triple Threat Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match, which also included Asuka.

That allowed the Empress of Tomorrow to climb up and retrieve the belt to win her first ever title on the main roster.

Lynch is now set to battle Asuka at the Royal Rumble and Charlotte is considered the favourite to win the Women’s Royal Rumble Match.

Rousey will defend the RAW Women’s Championship against Banks, who became the No1 Contender after beating Jax on RAW.

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