Update On What Charlotte Flair's SmackDown Live Women's Championship Win Means For The Main Event Of WWE WrestleMania 35

'Winner take all!'

On this week's SmackDown Live, Charlotte Flair was handed a shot at Asuka's women's title out of nowhere. The Queen then went on to defeat The Empress Of Tomorrow, seemingly ensuring there will be no Asuka or SmackDown Live Women's Championship match on the WrestleMania 35 card whatsoever.

Since that shock win for Charlotte, fans the world over have been wondering how the presence of the SmackDown Women's title will affect the triple threat main event of 'Mania.

While Dave Meltzer claims that plans could change, he revealed that he has been told by a couple of people that Charlotte vs. Raw Women's Champion Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch will be "winner take all."

Dave spoke about the 'Mania main event on Wrestling Observer Radio, and added this contradiction to what you may think "winner take all" actually means: "The rules, as I understand them, and they have not been officially explained, is not that whoever wins that match gets both belts but whoever scores the pin will get the belt if they will beat someone with a belt. All the belts are at stake but it's not winner take all."

Alvarez then asked for clarification on the matter, asking: "Why are they calling it winner take all?"

Meltzer replied to that: "They may not, that was just the name they were planning on."

So it's winner take all but the winner won't actually 'take all'...

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