Let's start with that rivalry - Sasha Banks will face Bayley in a singles match tonight. Of paramount importance, not only did both the men and the women get their own rumbles, but they got them under the same rules: 30 entrants, over-the-top-rope, etc.
Her next public appearance will be at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view - which can be seen live on Sky Sports Box Office on February 25 - where she will sign a contract to compete on Raw.
Second Chance Fatal 5-Way Match: Finn Balor and Seth Rollins def. Bray Wyatt, "Woken" Matt Hardy, and Apollo Crews (with Titus O'Neil) by pinning Bray Wyatt following a double team powerbomb. He did make a reference to "Wrestlemania bringing wrestlers back from the dead", which will certainly lead to speculation about him facing the Undertaker.
Following Asuka's triumph in the first-ever women's Rumble, the iconic mixed martial artist Rousey made her unexpected bow.
Rousey, however, has no set match at Mania.
When Elimination Chamber is all said and done, the women will still have made history. And according to the officials, both men did win, throwing a wrench into things. I'd love to see a feud between these two. Her infamous trash talk against opponents got her a lot of backlash from fans, especially before her fight against Holly Holm at UFC 193 where she lost her Bantamweight Title. Roman is consistent in the ring and he displayed that once again last night.
She pointed at the WrestleMania 34 sign and indicated her intentions to wrestle a match at the event.
The Miz did a great job, per usual, elevating the Intercontinental Championship by way of saying it belongs in the main event of 'Mania. Despite that, know that it was a good match, even if it lacked high-spots for the majority of it.