RAW Women’s Champion Rousey and Smackdown Women’s Champion Lynch were originally supposed to face off in a highly-anticipated Champion vs Champion Match at Survivor Series last month.
However, the bout was scrapped after The Irish Lass Kicker broke her nose and suffered a concussion at the hands of Nia Jax.
The Man was replaced by Charlotte Flair who lost via disqualification but then annihilated the UFC Hall of Famer with a kendo stick and a steel chair.
Ross wouldn’t mind having Charlotte included in the megamatch but insists Rousey and Lynch should headline WrestleMania next year on April 7 at the MetLife Stadium in New York.
JR claims that none of the men are “red hot” as the two champions which is why no one from the male roster should main event the Show of Shows.
The legendary announced also believes that WWE could promote this clash by pointing out at the fact that this will be the first ever all-women’s main event match in WrestleMania history.
The WWE Hall of Famer told Sports Illustrated: “I would be very comfortable in booking Becky Lynch vs Ronda Rousey in the main event at WrestleMania.
“I wouldn’t be offended if they added Charlotte to that match, but right now, Becky and Ronda would be my match on top.
“That’s the hottest thing they have going right now.
“Right now, none of the men are red hot.
“You can’t say that about the women.
They have captivated the attention of the fans.
“There is no male red hot enough to make me want to supersede putting them above Rousey or Lynch in the main event at WrestleMania.
“WWE can also market to the outside world that this is the first time in history that women are going to close the show.
“That is an amazing opportunity, and these women would be pioneers for the company.”