Ahead of WrestleMania 32, there was a huge amount of build surrounding the triple threat match for the WWE Diva's Championship Title.
Things were taken to the next level when, prior to the match on The Grandest Stage Of Them All, one of the biggest female Superstars in WWE history, Lita, came out to introduce the new Women's Championship Title.
This long-awaited introduction made the match even more highly-anticipated as the winner was set to become the recipient of a belt which held a lot more meaning than its previous 'Diva' incarnation.
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The outcome of this exciting match was difficult to predict going into it, with Sasha Banks seeming to be the fans' favourite to come out of the event as WWE Women's Champion.
As for Becky Lynch, whilst her presence has always been apparent since the NXT Diva's Revolution, her involvement has often come across as being second-fiddle to the dominant force of Sasha Banks.
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Despite both of these incredibly talented wrestlers' best efforts, however, Charlotte proved to be the eventual winner and became the holder of the now-prestigious WWE Women's Championship Title.
Whilst many have criticised the outcome of this bout, it should not be forgotten that Charlotte has proved herself to also be one of the defining figures in the success of the NXT Diva's Revolution.
In addition, despite still being relatively new on the WWE main roster scene, the daughter of Ric Flair is the oldest of the three aforementioned wrestlers at 30 years of age.
Although this is by no means an age which should mean that change will soon take place within the Women's Division, it could indicate that either Sasha Banks or Becky Lynch may well have their time sooner rather than later.
For Sasha Banks in particular, a reign as WWE Women's Champion may be a while off, which should not be disappointing to fans of hers amongst the WWE Universe.
Banks is significantly younger than much of the main roster at just 24-years-old, meaning that she still has plenty of time to be the leading female wrestler in the future.
Whilst her incredible in-ring ability has already been made clear during her time as part of the main roster, as well as whilst she was part of NXT, it will do her no harm to take a step back whilst Charlotte enjoys her reigns as Women's Champion.
With this in mind, although many members of the WWE Universe believe Charlotte has held the Diva's Title and now Women's Title for long enough, they should not be disheartened in relation to Sasha Banks eventually getting what she deserves.
Banks' time will come and when WWE do give her the push she deserves by crowning her as WWE Women's Champion, it will, without doubt, be in a memorable fashion.