Sunday night at MetLife Stadium World Wrestling Entertainment held the 35th annual WrestleMania event. The event marked a history-making moment as women headlined the iconic wrestling extravaganza for the very first time. On Monday, Becky Lynch and fellow WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston appeared on ESPN to discuss the event and their respective victories. Becky Lynch won a winner-take-all match which also featured former UFC star Ronda Rousey and the daughter of wrestling Legend Ric Flair, Charlotte Flair in a three-way match where the winner would win both of the women’s championships for Raw and SmackDown 2two of WWE’s main television programs. Raw airs on the NBCU owned USA Network with Smackdown making the move over to FOX television this fall.
During the appearance on ESPN Monday morning, Kofi Kingston talked about how fans supported him on his quest to become WWE Champion saying that the win signified representation for a segment of WWE fans that might feel under-represented. And Becky Lynch went on to say that her victory at WrestleMania Sunday night was a change that was long overdue. You can watch the entire segment in the video provided above.