WWE News: Dream Six-Man Tag Team Main Event Confirmed For WWE Raw
WWE is literally hell-bent on putting up a successful women’s Wrestlemania main event. This is the first time ever that the women superstars of WWE are getting to share the spotlight. As announced by WWE.com, it is now official that three female competitors will compete in the main event of the show set for April 7th. Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch will challenge Ronda Rousey for the WWE Raw women’s championship in the concerned match.
To hype this matchup, we have seen the presence of Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch on last night’s WWE Raw. Plus, they will also be present on the go-home episode of the show for Wrestlemania, next week. They will deliver a one-of-a-kind match on the flagship show where the three rivals will team up to deliver a six-woman tag team match.
— WWE (@WWE) March 26, 2019
As confirmed on last night’s WWE Raw, Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair, and Becky Lynch will team up against The Riott Squad. (Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan and Sara Logan) This is the final time that Monday Night Raw will air on the USA Network prior to Wrestlemania 35. Hence, we expect a solid matchup with a fallout leaving the culmination at the show of shows on April 7th.
Speaking of this match, we should note that they competed in three separate matches on this past episode of WWE Raw. It was an exciting Beat the Clock challenge that kicked off the show from Boston, Massachusetts. Ronda Rousey was the first competitor to defeat Sarah Logan via the arm-bar to set the time beat i.e. 1 minute and 25 seconds.
Charlotte was up next to defeat Ruby Riott trying to beat the clock. She had the Figure-eight locked in on Riott. But the clock ran out of the given timespan. Becky Lynch was the last one to try to beat the time set by Ronda Rousey going up against Liv Morgan. The crowd was happy to see her pulling off the success via simple jackknife roll-up on Morgan and gaining some momentums for Wrestlemania. Will she still be smiling after next week’s WWE Raw? We will find out when the six-woman tag team match airs from USA’s capital, Washington, DC.
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