WWE Superstar Out Of Action, Undergoing Surgery Soon

Cristina Cross
January 30, 2019

Last night on RAW Women's Rumble victor, The Man Becky Lynch arrived to confront Ronda Rousey.

Due to his Royal Rumble win last night, Rollins was told by Triple H at the top of Raw this week that he'd have to make his WrestleMania decision by the end of night. Also, we will see what's next for Ronda Rousey after she pinned Sasha Banks at the Rumble. Many expect Rousey-Lynch to be the first women's match to ever main event WrestleMania. In one night's time, she went from not being featured in a big storyline to being inserted in a Raw Women's Title match. WWE made the match official as the show went off the air. That she was able to last so long despite her injury is impressive, though she was barely featured throughout, and managed no eliminations during her time in the ring.

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Rousey did not take that well and then faced down Lynch. Rousey responded by saying she has the ability to kill Lynch with her bare hands without breaking a sweat. She wanted to defeat the "best version" of Becky Lynch.

Lynch called out Ronda Rousey and said that she wanted a piece of her. "There is still a chance Charlotte Flair, Lynch' rival and a lose to Rousey by disqualification in Survivor Series", is added to the match in the coming months. She looked at Rousey and announced that she wanted to face her at WrestleMania 35.

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Wrestlemania 35 will take place at MetLife Stadium on April 7. Let us know in the comments section below.

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