When it comes to the main event at Wrestlemania featuring the women present in WWE locker room, Charlotte Flair is the frontrunner to be a part of it. She is the only one woman to compete for the Raw, Smackdown and NXT Women’s title in the company. Plus, the record of main-eventing Raw, Smackdown, NXT and a PPV also in her bag.

Also, she once possessed a streak of being unbeaten for 14 consecutive PPV singles matches in a row which even the almighty Undertaker does not have. So, it’s no wonder that the officials will plan a matchup including her if the main event been planned featuring the female superstars.

Speaking of this, certainly brings us to Ronda Rousey, as well, since the match between Ronda and Charlotte is in the pipeline, for a long time, now. Ever since, her presence at Wrestlemania 31, the former UFC bantamweight champion is expected to feature in a match, and that might come to reality at the upcoming show in April 2018.

If the reports of Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Newsletter is believed, then we would certainly witness her performing in a match at New Orleans, this year. She has already started training for her much anticipated in-ring debut in the squared circle. Either one of Charlotte Flair and Stephanie McMahon will be pitted against the MMA fighter.

Also, The Queen of the WWE recently appeared in an interview with ESPN to express her intention of facing Ronda Rousey at the grandest stage of them all. She feels the honor while representing this generation of the female roster in the current WWE and also gave credit to Ronda who wants to be a part of it. Check out her comments, here where she mentioned Charlotte vs. Ronda should be the main event of Wrestlemania:

“I hope that’s the main event of WrestleMania. That’s my dream. I hope we can make it happen. She really opened the doors for a lot of women. Having that opportunity would be huge. I don’t know what her goals are, but it’s just cool that she wants to be a part of our world.”

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