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Stephanie McMahon makes Mania main event Winner Takes All

The last episode of SmackDown Live saw Charlotte Flair unexpectedly win the SmackDown Women’s Championship from Asuka. That was enough to throw the entire main event of WrestleMania into a whirlwind. Since then, people speculated where this puts the Raw Women’s Championship match, now that another champion is in the mix.

At the top of the hour, Stephanie McMahon addressed the situation on Monday Night Raw. Without wasting any time, the Billion Dollar Princess declared the main event to be Winner Takes All.

That means that both the Raw Women’s Title and the SmackDown Women’s Title will be on the line. The winner will hold both titles. Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair could walk out of WrestleMania with another belt over their shoulders. Meanwhile, if she wins, Becky Lynch could be walking out of The Show of Shows with two shiny new belts.

With the new stipulation in place, who do you think will walk out of the triple threat match this Sunday as a double champion? Let us know in the comment section below.

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