Becky wins Beat the Clock Challenge; Ronda, Becky and Flair set for ESPN
Becky won the ‘Beat the Clock’ Challenge over Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair as they faced off against the Riott Squad Members. All three of them will also appear at ESPN Sportscenter on Tuesday morning to discuss the first ever Women’s Main Event match at WrestleMania.
All three competitors from the RAW Women’s Championship match at WrestleMania were put in the ‘Beat the Clock’ Challenge with each of them facing a member of the Riott Squad. Before the match, each of them cut a short promo with each one of them taking the credit for making a women’s match as the main event at WrestleMania for the first time in the history.
Ronda Rousey started the challenge by taking on Sarah Logan who ran away from the ring to irritate Rousey. She also kept her engaged for some time under the inverted Cloverleaf. But Ronda soon countered and put Sarah into the armbar and got the submission victory in 1 minute and 25 seconds.
Charlotte Flair went in next against Ruby Riott who dumped Flair into the floor before eating a big boot. Ruby hit some kick and avoided the Natural Selection before putting her in the wristlock. But as she went for the Riott Kick, Flair countered and put her under the figure four leg lock and was bridging for the figure eight but did not get the submission as the time ran out.
As Becky Lynch got inside the ring to face Liv Morgan next, Morgan distracted Becky so that Charlotte could hit a big boot on Becky. Morgan followed it up with a pop-up stomp to get a nearfall. Lynch came back with an uppercut and avoided the dropkick from Morgan before getting the pinfall with a side press with 7 seconds remaining on the clock to win the challenge.
During the show, it was also announced that Ronda, Becky
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