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We haven’t even got to witness ‘WrestleMania 34‘ yet, but it is now being heavily reported by websites such as WrestlingInc and The Inquisitr that we may know the main event for ‘WrestleMania 35.’

It appears the main event for ‘WrestleMania 34’ is set on Brock Lesnar defending his WWE Universal Championship against Elimination Chamber victor Roman Reigns, in a match billed as three years in the making.

Slice Wrestling on Twitter announced that the plan for ‘WrestleMania 35’ is to have the women main event for the first time ever. This match would be Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Asuka. It is unknown who would be the Champion going into the match.

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If this does indeed turn out to be the truth, it is interesting to note that we had a ‘WrestleMania 35’ match teased before we had confirmation of the ‘WrestleMania 34’ main event.

It is also interesting to note that Asuka and Rousey are both members of the ‘Raw’ roster while Flair is a member of the ‘Smackdown Live’ roster.

There is the obvious Superstar shake-up that WWE will likely do, so that may lead to the match. We do expect that it will be for ‘Raw’ as that is the superior brand in the eyes of WWE and the title is more prestigious than that of the ‘Smackdown Live’ iteration.

Which brand do you think the match would represent? Rosuey, Flair or Asuka… who would win? Do you see this match being possible?

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