WWE has big SummerSlam plans for Becky Lynch after WrestleMania

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WrestleMania 35 could be a night to remember for Becky Lynch on Sunday night.

Although it's not quite the one-on-one match many had envisaged, The Man is going to be standing opposite Ronda Rousey for their highly anticipated clash - with Charlotte Flair also involved.

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The best part? Rousey, Flair and Lynch will be the first women ever to compete in the main event of WrestleMania.

If the stakes weren't already high, WWE has gone to great lengths to make this an unmissable, history-making encounter.

Rousey will put her RAW Women's Championship on the line, The Queen brings her SmackDown LIVE Women's Championship to the table and the winner of the triple threat main event will walk away with both championship titles.

The career resurgence of Lynch has made her the talk of WWE for months now, with many anticipating that she'll emerge victorious from the match.

Victory will prove that WWE is all-in on Lynch, but reports have re-emerged regarding a SummerSlam encounter for Lynch against another high-profile opponent.

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According to Ringside News, the WWE has reignited interest in having Lynch feud opposite Stephanie McMahon.

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The source has added that the rumours have started to circulate against as it's something the WWE want to see happen. The reported reason behind this is that the company never got to see Stephanie and Rousey compete in a one-on-one match, but this is what they want for Lynch now.

What seems to throw a spanner into the works of every female feud is the possibility of Rousey leaving the WWE, or whether she's been trolling all along and will stay with the WWE following the Grandest Stage of Them All.

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There have been rumours that if Rousey stays then she could continue a singles feud with Lynch moving forward as it's something that was scheduled for Survivor Series but never came to fruition.

If Rousey does leave, then it opens the door for Lynch and Flair to continue their rivalry until the build-up can begin for a feud with Stephanie.

Lynch and Stephanie have had their run-ins recently, so the assumption can be that the two will eventually cross paths.

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