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Stephanie McMahon Wouldn't Be A Part Of Her Own Dream Match

Stephanie McMahon was recently asked what her dream match would be in WWE, and she revealed that it wouldn't necessarily include her.

The women's division in WWE has come a very long way in the past few years. For a long time, female wrestlers were hired based on what they looked like rather than their in-ring ability. That is no longer the case and the women of the company are as good, if not better than their male counterparts. You need look no further than what is going on with Becky Lynch right now for proof of that.

If we were to make one criticism of how WWE has gone about promoting its women's division, its the continued breaking of kayfabe. Stephanie McMahon gathering all of the women in the ring to tell them about the first-ever female Royal Rumble. The entire women's roster appearing on the stage together at the end of Evolution. We get why they do it, but seeing Superstars who are supposed to hate each other standing alongside one another can take fans out of the moment.

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As much as McMahon is probably the one to blame for these moments, you can understand why she wants to be a part of them. She also made up for it a little while talking to Variety at CES. WWE's chief brand officer was asked what her dream match-up would be. Even though the interviewer likely meant a match including McMahon, she took a slightly different route with her answer.

"My dream match-up is [a women’s] main event of WrestleMania, regardless of who is in it," McMahon answered. Admittedly the former Women's Champion hasn't completely ruled herself out with that answer, but we highly doubt she would put herself into the main event at WrestleMania. Even her father Vince McMahon hasn't done that. Well, unless you include the "McMahon in every corner" match from WrestleMania 2000.

With each passing day, it does look more and more likely that women wrestlers will main event WrestleMania 35. The event is now less than three months away and current rumors suggest the main event in place is Ronda Rousey versus Becky Lynch. There is still the chance that Asuka and Charlotte Flair could play a part too, depending on what happens between now and the show.

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