WWE gives back to Allentown fans on stop before WrestleMania

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Lynch has become the most popular figure in the promotion, Rousey - the former bantamweight UFC champ - brings recognition beyond WWE and Flair has helped carry the women's division for years.

This is according to Cageside Seats, who claim that "The Lunatic Fringe" isn't expected to make any further televised appearances before leaving the promotion - WrestleMania 35 included.

On Monday, the WWE made it official that Rousey's title match will headline the company's biggest show of the year on April 7 from MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

If this report is true, and Dean isn't booked to be in any of the rumoured 18 WrestleMania 35 matches either, it looks like his time on WWE TV has indeed already come to a conclusion. Lynch alone deserves to be this year's main event.

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For months, WWE fans have been wondering if and when women would main event Wrestlemania. The feud between Rousey, Lynch and Flair is WWE's hottest act right now and has been for months. "It was never just talk, it was the hard work of every woman past, present, and future to get us here".

The women's division of the WWE was rebranded back in 2016, and was formerly known as the divas division.

"I'm a very very patient person with a long fuse, but let me tell you when it blows, you won't want to be the one in my way", Sonya wrote. It held its first-ever all-women pay-per-view event, Evolution, in October.

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