Becky Lynch was concerned about losing her main event spot.
This past Sunday, Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, and Charlotte Flair made history as the first women to headline WrestleMania. WWE announced that the women's triple threat match would close the show two weeks prior to the event, erasing any doubt over what the main event was going to be.
"I was worried about it slipping away. Just because the build to the match had been so long that I was worried with Kofi heating up as much as he did, and them referring to several of the matches as the main event," Lynch told The National. "Then I was like, 'Oh, but are we the main event? But maybe they ... I mean, they really should, but maybe they won't.' Because you never know in this place, which is a great thing but also a bad thing and a terrifying thing, especially when you're trying to achieve all of your dreams."
Fortunately, plans did not change and Lynch got to close the show, defeating Ronda Rousey to win both the Raw and SmackDown Women's Title.