Together with Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch participated in the first female WrestleMania main event in history, with both titles up for grabs, on April 7, 2019 at WrestleMania 35, making her the second non-North American wrestler to reach this milestone thirty-two years later.
André the Giant at WrestleMania III. On this occasion, she won the main event making her the first wrestler in history to hold both women's titles simultaneously, and the third to hold both. He is the only non-North American wrestler to have triumphed in a WrestleMania main event.
In a recent interview with Newsweek, the Irish superstar discussed her match with Asuka at the Royal Rumble: “She was the best. She is not the best anymore because I beat her. Now I’m the best. I’m better than the best.
Now I’m the GOAT. Asuka does have the style not many have trained in. Luckily, I have trained in the art of Japanese wrestling, having done tours and matches and main eventing at Korakuen Hall at the young age of only 18.
[Asuka] was an opponent that brought a style that I haven’t really used in a while, so that was the trickier part. I finally overcame my white whale at the Royal Rumble”.