Bayley getting title shot at 'WWE Monday Night Raw' in Las Vegas
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WWE Monday Night Raw” in Las Vegas presents the continued evolution of the WWE Women’s Revolution. It was two years ago that this revolution started when Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch made their main roster debuts and the WWE decided to take their women seriously in the ring ever since. The newest arrival, Bayley, now adds to the prestige and excitement of women’s wrestling in the WWE as the show heads to the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Feb. 13.

In NXT, there were four women who were working on revolutionizing women’s wrestling. They went by the name the Four Horsewomen of NXT and included Charlotte, Sasha, Becky and Bayley. When the first three came up to the main roster and joined “WWE Monday Night Raw,” Bayley was left behind. At the time, she said that it hurt.

However, Bayley won the NXT women’s title from Banks in what was voted the match of the year and went on to develop into one of the best champions in the entire company—man or woman—during her reign. It gave her a chance to strengthen her skills as a character before her jump to the main roster.

Now, the WWE is planning big things for the women’s division. In 2016, Flair and Banks wrestled in Iron Man matches, Falls-Count-Anywhere matches, and even was a part of the “Hell in a Cell” pay-per-view structure. No woman wrestler in WWE history ever did what Flair and Banks did in 2016. Now, Bayley is in the main event scene against Flair.

There are rumors that the WWE wants Charlotte vs. Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax at “WrestleMania” this year, and this feud between Bayley and Charlotte is looking like it could lead to Bayley becoming the women’s champion. Bayley gets her next chance at the WWE women’s title and Charlotte when “Monday Night Raw” comes to Las Vegas on Feb. 13 and it should be a huge match for the women once again.

Tickets for “WWE Monday Night Raw” in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena are on sale now through AXS. Prices for the Feb. 13 show start out at $20 with a maximum ticket price of $110. Stars advertised for “Monday Night Raw” in Las Vegas include Roman Reigns, Universal Champion Kevin Owens, Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair, United States Champion Chris Jericho, The New Day and more.