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WWE Officially Announces The Main Event Of Night 2 Of WrestleMania 38

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• WWE Officially Announces The Main Event Of Night 2 Of WrestleMania 38

As we reported yesterday, WWE officially announced that Charlotte Flair vs. Ronda Rousey for the SmackDown Women’s Championship will take place on Night 1 of WrestleMania 38 on April 2.

This will be the main event of Night 1.

WWE has now officially announced that Universal Champion Roman Reigns vs. WWE Champion Brock Lesnar in a “Winner Takes All” match will be the main event of Night 2 on April 3.

Below are the current betting odds for the 4 matches that have been announced for WrestleMania 38:

– Winner Takes All

WWE Champion Brock Lesnar (c) -140 vs. Universal Champion Roman Reigns (c) +100

Favorite: Brock Lesnar (Still WWE Champion and new Universal Champion)

– SmackDown Women’s Championship Match

Charlotte Flair (c) +150 vs. Ronda Rousey -200

Favorite: Ronda Rousey (New SmackDown Women’s Champion)

– RAW Women’s Championship Match

Becky Lynch (c) +100 vs. Bianca Belair -140

Favorite: Bianca Belair (New RAW Women’s Champion)

– Tag Team Match

Dominik & Rey Mysterio +150 vs. The Miz & Logan Paul -200

Favorites: The Miz & Logan Paul

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• One Of The Greatest Of All Time Celebrates His Birthday

One of the greatest Professional Wrestling Legends of all time, “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair (Real name: Richard Fliehr) celebrates his 73rd birthday today.

The Nature Boy wrestled for several NWA territories during the 70s and 80s, but his official home promotion was always Jim Crockett Promotions (Mid-Atlantic area), which was sold to Ted Turner in late 1988, who renamed it World Championship Wrestling.

In 1991, Ric had a falling out with WCW President Jim Herd, which caused him to leave and jump ship to the World Wrestling Federation, where he had a very successful main event run, until he returned to WCW in February 1993.

Flair, who wrestled in 5 different decades, from 1972 till 2011, is officially considered a 16-time World Heavyweight Champion, though not including several additional World Title wins.

He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2008 by his good friend Triple H, and again in 2012 as part of The 4 Horsemen getting in, thus making him a 2-time WWE Hall of Famer.


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