WWE have reportedly decided that Ronda Rousey v Becky Lynch will main event WrestleMania

Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey

With the 2019 Royal Rumble now out of the way, attentions turn to WrestleMania, and the road to New Jersey has already had the foundations laid out.

Of course WWE have still got two special events to host before we get to Mania, but the big logo has been hoisted up for Raw and SmackDown, where lots of sign-pointing will be done between now and April 7.

Monday Night Raw this past week gave us the answers we needed in regards to the big Mania matches for the winners of each Rumble match.

Despite being teased that she would make her decision the next night on SmackDown, Becky Lynch showed up on the red brand, and to the surprise of no-one challenged Ronda Rousey to a one-on-one on the Grandest Stage of Them All.

Seth Rollins meanwhile was given the night to weigh-up his two options - Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and WWE Champion Daniel Bryan - and he duly chose Lesnar before eating SIX F5's to close the show.

WWE then have a decision to make - one of those two matches would surely be main eventing Mania as there is no other bouts speculated that have the star power needed to headline such an event.

And it looks like we are going to get a historic first-time-ever main event at the Metlife Stadium.

Sports Illustrated have confirmed from WWE sources that the current plan is for Rousey versus Lynch to close-out the biggest pay-per-view of the year, in what will be a major step to help legitimise the women's division even more.

Ronda Rousey and Becky Lynch are set to main event WrestleMania, a first-time-ever for the women of WWE

To tell the truth, it's probably the only match that has the back-story and crowd behind it to go on last, more-so than Rollins against Lesnar.

And it may be about to get even more star-studded, as Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer confirmed just a few days ago that Charlotte Flair will be added to the match somewhere down the line to create a Triple Threat bout.

Many fans just want the Lasskicker and the Rowdy one to go at it alone, but they won't have a choice in the matter when it's all said and done.

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