The winner will take all at WrestleMania 35.
On tonight's episode of WWE Raw, Stephanie McMahon announced that the WrestleMania 35 main event between Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair, and Becky Lynch will now be a "Winner Takes All" bout. Rousey is the current Raw Women's Champion while Charlotte is the SmackDown Women's Champion, having won the belt from Asuka last week on SmackDown.
It's unclear if the titles will be unified or if the winner will simply be a double champion.
Breaking: The first-ever women’s main event of @WrestleMania featuring @RondaRousey (Raw Women’s Champion) vs. @MsCharlotteWWE (SmackDown Women’s Champion) vs. @BeckyLynchWWE will now be a “Winner Takes All” Match for both the @WWE #Raw and #SmackDown Women’s Championships pic.twitter.com/NiULoaV34L— WWE Public Relations (@WWEPR) April 2, 2019
Later tonight on Raw, Rousey, Lynch, and Flair will team up to take on the Riott Squad. If any lady turns on her partner, she will be out of the WrestleMania 35 main event.
WWE sent Fightful the following statement on the match:
WWE (NYSE: WWE) today announced that the first-ever women’s main event of WrestleMania featuring Ronda Rousey (Raw Women’s Champion) vs. Charlotte Flair (SmackDown Women’s Champion) vs. Becky Lynch will now be a “Winner Takes All” Match for both the Raw and SmackDown Women’s Championship titles. WrestleMania takes place this Sunday, April 7 in front of a capacity crowd at MetLife Stadium and streams live on WWE Network around the world at 7 pm ET.
Charlotte Flair is now an eight-time Champion after winning the SmackDown Women’s Championship this past Tuesday vs. Asuka. Flair is a former Division 1 volleyball player, philanthropist, author, and is the daughter of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair. Ronda Rousey is the current Raw Women’s Champion, Olympic medalist, the first female UFC Champion, and the first woman to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. She is also an actress and New York Times bestselling author. Becky Lynch is the 2019 Women's Royal Rumble winner, a two-time SmackDown Women’s Champion and was named Wrestler of the Year by both Sports Illustrated and CBS Sports in 2018. She was also the first woman ever to top ESPN’s WWE Power Rankings.