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Ronda Rousey attends the Premiere Of STX Films' 'Mile 22' at Westwood Village Theatre on August 9, 2018 in Westwood, California. Leon Bennett/Getty Images

On the heels of record-low ratings for “Monday Night Raw,” the McMahon family announced that major changes would be coming to WWE in 2019. That could involve a history-making main event for WrestleMania 35, new wrestlers winning world championships and shocking heel turns.

Here are five predictions for WWE in 2019:

Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair will main event WrestleMania 35

It was rumored early in 2018 that Rousey and Charlotte might fight in the main event of WrestleMania in 2019. A singles match between the two women no longer feels like an option now that Becky is arguably the hottest star in all of professional wrestling.

A match between Rousey and Becky for the Raw Women’s Championship could make sense, but WWE’s direction became clear at TLC. Rousey cost both Becky and Charlotte a shot at the SmackDown Women’s Championship at the Dec. 16 pay-per-view. Look for one of them to win the Royal Rumble and the other to earn their way into a triple threat match for Rousey’s title at the year’s biggest show.

Ronda Rousey will suffer her first loss and turn heel

The former UFC champion still hasn’t been defeated in WWE, but that could very well change with the momentum that Becky has picked up over the last six months. When Rousey finally does lose, it might be time to see what heights she could reach as a heel.

Rousey remains the most popular female wrestler on the “Monday Night Raw” roster, but that will change if Becky becomes the flagship show’s new champion. There have been rumors since last year that WWE has toyed with the idea of pitting their “Four Horsewomen” (Becky, Charlotte, Bayley and Sasha Banks) against the Four Horsewomen of MMA (Rousey, Shayna Baszler, Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir). If Rousey turns and joins forces with her friends—at least one of whom could soon be elevated from NXT to the main roster—it would open the door for various feuds and storylines for the remainder of 2019.

Brock Lesnar will be pinned and lose the WWE Universal Championship

It looked like Lesnar’s time as the Universal Champion was done for good at SummerSlam, but that changed when Roman Reigns had to drop the belt because he was diagnosed with Leukemia. WWE put the belt back on Lesnar, though it’s hard to believe he’ll be the No.1 champ on “Monday Night Raw” for much longer.

Maybe Braun Strowman will finally defeat Lesnar when they face off at the Royal Rumble. It’s no secret that Lesnar is eyeing a return to the UFC, and it’s unknown if he’ll even be at WrestleMania 35. Lesnar has only been pinned twice since losing to Triple H at WrestleMania 29. If he’s not going to sign a long-term deal to keep wrestling, you can bet WWE will use that opportunity to let another superstar shine and pin the longest reigning Universal Champion.

Drew McIntyre will become the Universal Champion or WWE Champion

Perhaps it will happen at WrestleMania. Maybe his time will come at SummerSlam or Survivor Series. WWE clearly has big plans for McIntyre, making him a prime candidate to become a world champion at some point in 2019.

McIntyre and Strowman flirted with a feud in 2018. That could carry over to 2019 with the Universal Championship on the line, especially since the Scottish wrestler is one of only a few wrestlers that pose a realistic threat to the Monster Among Men. It also wouldn’t be surprising to see McIntyre be shifted to “SmackDown Live” after WrestleMania 35 to give him fresh matchups and a shot at becoming the WWE Champion.

Sasha Banks and Bayley will become the first Women’s Tag Team Champions

Vince McMahon finally confirmed on the Christmas Eve edition of “Monday Night Raw” that WWE would introduce tag team titles for the Women’s Division. No team makes more sense than Sasha and Bayley to become the inaugural champions.

It’s time to bring Sasha and Bayley back into a title picture. They were once the most popular female babyfaces in WWE, but it’s felt like forever since the former champions were actually in contention to win a belt. The two superstars have been teaming together since the summer, setting the stage for months to win the new belts.