Will the Big Dog battle it out with Cena?

5 Reasons why WWE could be seriously planning Roman Reigns vs. John Cena for WrestleMania 35

  • With Roman Reigns and John Cena expected to be in marquee bouts at WrestleMania 35, could we see them in a high-profile match?
Abid Khan
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Modified 01 Mar 2019, 19:54 IST

There's no denying that WWE is in a very exemplary position, especially after the startling returns made by Roman Reigns and a villainous Batista.

Vince McMahon has always been successful in presenting some of the biggest box-office bouts to the WWE Universe at WrestleMania, and this year's show would be no different.

Considering that this article will prominently feature Roman Reigns, the Big Dog's blockbuster return to the squared circle has garnered tremendous adulation for the former Universal Champion.

The timing for his return is perfect, as the company prepares for the biggest event of the year. However, there are rumors that the company is still deciding on who will tussle it out with the Big Dog at the Show of Shows.

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A very reliable source from Twitter, 'Wrestle Votes' also opined on the fact that Vince McMahon's billion dollar company have not yet locked any bout for Roman Reigns and John Cena for WrestleMania 35.

With both Reigns and Cena still without a confirmed opponent for the Show of Shows, there's a possibility that the company could be looking to push these two against one another in a high-profile encounter.

So, without further ado, let's dive deep and predict the 5 reasons why WWE could be seriously booking Roman Reigns Vs. John Cena for WrestleMania 35.


#1. Their first feud was extremely personal and perfectly booked

Cena ripped Roman apart during their jaw-dropping altercations

While the legions of WWE fans were skeptical when WWE decided to push the idea of Roman Reigns Vs. John Cena at No Mercy 2017, nobody expected the feud to be filled with such an element of realism.

The Cenation Leader literally ripped Reigns apart in their contract signing for No Mercy and broke the fourth wall, whilst addressing the issues that have made the fans detest the Big Dog.

The feud felt realistic. Despite the fact that Vince wanted Cena to pass the torch to the former Universal Champion, the feud was effectively booked and presented to perfection on our screens.

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With WrestleMania 35 just around the corner, the company could easily book a fantastic rematch between the two whilst keeping things intense and extremely personal.


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Published 01 Mar 2019, 19:54 IST
 
 
 
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