Becky Lynch faced Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair
Dublin wrestler Becky Lynch created history as she competed in the first ever women's main event at Wrestlemania last night.
The Baldoyle woman faced off against Charlotte Flair and former UFC Champion Ronda Rousey in the showcase in New York.
She won, and is now the RAW and Smackdown women's champion.
The win marks a fantastic year for Lynch, whose real name is Rebecca Quin.
She descended up the ranks of the company following a championship loss to Charlotte Flair last year.
Very quickly, Lynch rose to superstardom in the company following that event.
— WWE (@WWE) 8 April 2019
Lynch became only the second person outside of the US and Canada to headline the showcase event, 30 years after Andre the Giant completed the same feat.
In addition, the three women involved were the first to headline the event.