Kairi Sane and Shayna Baszler react to their Mae Young classic final

Kairi Sane and Shayna Baszler react to their Mae Young classic final

Don't miss the compelling Mae Young Classic Finale when it streams live from Las Vegas tonight at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT, only on the award-winning WWE Network.

The final of WWE's first ever all female tournament took place on the WWE Network last night and saw a huge upset as Kairi Sane managed to defeat UFC star Shayna Baszler with Ronda Rousey at ringside cheering on her fellow Four Horsewoman.

The tournament tapings began back in July, but was initially aired on 28th August.

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Sane, all 5-foot-1 of her frame, absorbed damage from Baszler throughout the match, twice failing to follow through with the top rope flying elbow before fighting Baszler off and hitting several signature moves, including a vicious double stomp as Baszler hung suspended from the turnbuckle. Over the course of two days of competition at Full Sail University, they competed in a single-elimination tournament until just two women remained - Sane and Baszler. "I can tell you what's next for her". Baszler admits the night wasn't her night - she could make excuses about an injury but at the end of the night, Sane won and she had to give it to her.

Shayna was also pleased by the fact that the current Smackdown Live Women's champion is a close companion of her in the WWE.

Baszler worked hard to become one of the better fighters in the mixed martial arts world, while Rousey rose to the sport's pinnacle.

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