10 Biggest Plans WWE Could Be Seriously Discussing For WrestleMania 35
The Road to WrestleMania season is always a time when all professional wrestling fans from all walks of life come together and elevate the prestige of this visual extravaganza.
Vince McMahon's billion dollar company has been successful in presenting thirty-four WrestleMania's on different locations, with each one of them giving us spectacular moments that we may never forget.
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With the Royal Rumble giving us a good look at the main event scene of this year's WrestleMania card, Elimination Chamber and Fastlane would be the final two PPV's before it all goes down at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
There's a genuine excitement among the WWE Universe after two of their favorite stars in Becky Lynch and Seth Rollins are going to walk into New Jersey as the headlining acts of the show.
While WWE has been a little predictable in the past couple of years, the inception of All Elite Wrestling has coerced Vince McMahon to bring out his competitive side, and that too, in a good way.
Ever since Roman Reigns departed from the scene due to Leukemia, the company has started looking for new superstars to step up and grab the brass ring under Vince McMahon.
Since some of the creative plans have already been speculated by many reliable journalists, some of them are still unknown and that is what we are going to discuss in today's article. Be kind to me, friends.
Here are the 10 biggest plans WWE could be seriously discussing for WrestleMania 35.
#1 Nia Jax winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
One of the most surprising things that happened at the Royal Rumble was seeing Nia Jax tussle it out against the other male superstars in the Men's Royal Rumble.
Despite being an underutilized talent, Vince McMahon is certainly presenting her as a threat to the entire main roster which was evident in her confrontation with Dean Ambrose on Raw.
While everyone perceived her appearance at the Royal Rumble to be a one-off, her ambush on the Lunatic Fringe has coerced the fans to believe otherwise.
There could be a serious possibility that the WWE are discussing to catapult Nia Jax as a behemoth in the women's division and that could start with her winning the Andre the Giant Men's Battle Royal.
The idea definitely seems bizarre but could be a massive step forward for the female competitors on the main roster to be perceived as threatening and deserving as the male competitors.