Plans for Ronda Rousey and WWE Women’s Champions at WrestleMania
In the midst of the first ever women’ Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber, in addition to the arrival of Ronda Rousey to the company, WWE begins to trace and what will be the path of its women’s division heading to the great WrestleMania event. On this, the Sports Illustrated portal has given more information and revealing the three women’s struggles to be held.
According to the portal, Rousey will eventually stay in a mixed-match fight against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon with several partner options, among which are RAW general manager Kurt Angle, Seth Rollins, the commissioner of SmackDown Shane McMahon and The Rock. Of these the most possible will be Angle or Rollins, since Shane McMahon will remain in his own story in the SmackDown brand, while Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will have conflicts due to professional commitments in the filming of the feature film Jungle Cruise which will start a month after the event.
The women’s championships will remain in the waistlines of Alexa Bliss and Charlotte Flair. Bliss will retain her championship in the Elimination Chamber fight to be held in the coming weeks which will later lead her to defend against Nia Jax in the WrestleMania. Charlotte for his part will have the challenge of Asuka who has not yet declared which champion will challenge after winning the first edition of the women’s Royal Rumble, also signifying the passage of Asuka towards the blue mark.