Former Raw women’s champion Ronda Rousey was one of two women unsuccessful in the quest to become a dual-women’s champion on Sunday night in the historic. Despite the confusing finish, it was a match filled with physicality, and Rousey apparently came out of it feeling the effects the most. According to Dave Meltzer on “Wrestling Observer Radio” following the show, Rousey sustained a broken hand during the bout that he described as “severe.”
Rousey entered the first women’s main event in WrestleMania history as the Raw women’s champion to square off with SmackDown women’s champion Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch in a match with a winner-take-all stipulation attached. In the end, Lynch was able to reverse a Piper’s Pit finisher attempt from Rousey into a crucifix pinfall to stand tall on the biggest stage of the year as the new dual-women’s champion.