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WWE hasn’t decided on finish for WrestleMania main event

Wrestlemania is tomorrow and the main event is what everyone is talking about. However, there seems to be at least one person who has not decided on what the finish will be for the triple threat, Winner Takes All Match between Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch.

Vince McMahon reportedly hasn’t decided yet on what the finish will be for the main event, this is according to a report from Wrestling News.

Rousey has not refused to put anyone over and her main goal is to get over both Flair and Lynch because she thinks highly of them. As of today, Vince McMahon has not told creative what the finish will be for the match. As has happened in the past, it would not be shocking if McMahon did not decide on the finish until the day of the show.

In fact, they have also disputed that there is real-life heat between Lynch and Rousey.

The story is obviously not true. In fact, Lynch and Rousey are very good friends in real-life and they both have been helped by Paul Heyman during their feud.

It’s odd that McMahon hasn’t decided what the finish would be for the main event. But, this shouldn’t surprise everyone. However, betting odds still has Lynch as the favorite to be a double champion at the end of the night.

It will be interesting to see what McMahon decides to do. We will find out tomorrow night who will become both Raw and SmackDown Women’s Champion.

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