Becky Lynch targets Ronda Rousey's relationship with Paul Heyman in funny tweet

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It's been quite clear now for several months that the most anticipated match at this year's WrestleMania is the triple threat between Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women's Championship.

The bout is expected to be the first ever women's match to main event WrestleMania in the show's history. All three superstars have been going hard to sell the match on social media as well.

While Charlotte is in the match, it's Ronda and Becky that have been involved in the most exchanges on Twitter.

The Man's most recent tweet directed at the Raw Women's Champion is quite funny, as she also mocks Paul Heyman.

It is well known that from time to time, Heyman helps Rousey with her promos backstage before she appears on Raw, and Lynch decided to mock that fact and their relationship.

Many thought at one point that Heyman would be Rousey's manager and deliver her promos for her in the ring like he does for Brock Lesnar. However, this is yet to happen.

After originally being removed from the match by Vince McMahon and replaced with Charlotte, Becky won her spot back in the clash by defeating The Queen at Fastlane via disqualification due to interference from Rousey.

It is widely expected that The Man will win the match and walk out of WrestleMania as the new Raw Women's Champion, as Rowdy is expected to take some time off from WWE not long after the event.

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Ronda is yet to be pinned since she joined WWE over a year ago, so there's a chance Becky could be the first to do so if she is tipped to walk out of this year's Showcase of the Immortals as the new champion.

However, Charlotte's inclusion in the match also gives WWE an option to award The Man the match win without Rowdy having to eat the pin, as The Queen can just be pinned for her to win the title instead.

It will be interesting to see how this storyline between these three superstars unfolds between now and WrestleMania, as it shows no signs of slowing down.

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