Becky Lynch vowed to walk out of WrestleMania’s first all-women main event as the “Raw” and “SmackDown” women’s champion when she took on Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair in a Triple Threat match.MORE: Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year In front of an announced crowd of 82,265 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. on Sunday night, Lynch did just that by pinning Rousey in about 21 minutes to capture both belts. NEW #RAW #WomensChampion .NEW #SDLive #WomensChampion . @BeckyLynchWWE just made HISTORY! #WrestleMania #BeckyLynch pic.twitter.com/thDQ3KUDMz— WWE (@WWE) April 8, 2019Lynch secured the titles and handed Rousey her first pinfall loss in the WWE when the former UFC sensation hit “The Man” with the Piper’s Pit and Lynch rolled it over into a backslide for the surprise three count. Even though it appeared that Rousey’s shoulders were up during the count, Lynch walked away from WrestleMania 35 with the victory and championships in tow.The historic finale of WrestleMania 35 couldn’t have started any better, as Flair initially made her way to the stadium by helicopter. Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Joan Jett played “Bad Reputation” live for Rousey’s entrance and Lynch made her way down the ramp with a ton of smoke to prepare to do battle.All three circled each other to begin the bout until Rosuey pummeled Lynch with a barrage of shots to send her to the outside of the ring and then proceeded to kick Flair to the outside as well. A few moments later, in a gruesome spot, Rousey had Flair in an armbar while on the apron and Flair still in the ring. Lynch landed a drop kick to send the edge of Rousey’s back to the floor. At a different point, Lynch had Flair on the top rope and hit an Exploder suplex. Rousey did a double armbar, but Lynch and Flair powerbombed her three consecutive times to the canvas to eventually relinquish the hold.Moments later, with the table in the corner ring post, Flair ran at Rousey and Lynch, but the two arm-dragged her through the table and to the outside, with Rousey and Lynch left in the ring.When it was all said and done, it was Lynch who got the best of Rousey and Flair to have her hand raised in the historic, first all-women WrestleMania main event.