Ronda Rousey's original plans for WrestleMania 35 match have been leaked

Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey has been the Raw Women's Champion for over four months now, and her reign doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon.

She's vanquished the challenges of Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax, and on the Christmas Eve episode of Raw, the 'baddest woman on the planet' successfully defended the belt against her friend Natalya.

In the midst of all those rivalries, she's also become embroiled in two feuds with SmackDown stars Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair.

Rousey and Lynch arguably has become one of the most personal squabbles in the company, with the pair using social media to full effect to advance the feud as they're on different shows.

And when the Lasskicker unfortunately had to pull out of her Survivor Series bout with Rousey, Flair replaced her and the aftermath of the bout saw the Rowdy one seek revenge on the daughter of 16-time world champion Ric Flair.

It led to her interfering in the main event of TLC, where Becky and Charlotte were both denied by Rousey, leading to a victory for Asuka to crown her first main roster title run.

You would expect Rousey now to face one of the two at WrestleMania 35 in April 2019, or perhaps both in a triple threat match.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has now reported Rousey's original Mania plans, and they are not as exciting as a potential match against Lynch or Flair.

Ronda Rousey is set to main event WrestleMania 35 against Charlotte or Becky Lynch, but her original plans have now been revealed.

Per Cageside Seats, the journalist stated that Roman Reigns was obviously primed to be in the main event once again before he was diagnosed with leukemia, more-than-likely against Dean Ambrose, but the women's main event was set to be Rousey against Natalya.

And the main reason why that match was to no longer happen was because of the death of Nattie's father - Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart.

Vince McMahon apparently felt that because of Neidhart's death he could no longer turn the 'Queen of Harts' into a heel character, and to this day the pair have remained friends on camera and haven't wrestled each other until their match this past week on Raw.

Now though, the WWE have struck pot gold in not one, but two potential main event-worthy feuds for Rousey to be involved in, and she's almost-certainly guaranteed to headline WrestleMania this year in her first full year for the company.

Not bad for a Mixed Martial Artist.

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