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3 huge matches WWE might book for WrestleMania 35 in the upcoming week

Shubham Singh
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WWE's greatest and grandest pay-per-view of the year, WrestleMania 35 is still two weeks away. However, it would not be wrong to say that the WrestleMania fever is running high and wild on the WWE Universe. Fans all over the Internet just can't keep calm and the speculations and predictions seem to take a new turn every hour.

Well, as per the latest reports, this year's event is going to be the longest PPV of all time and may include as many as 17 matches. While WWE has already announced a total of 9 matches for the event, expect Creative to book and complete the match card in the coming weeks.

Talking of the coming weeks, WWE may not only go on to book a few high profile matches for April 7 but will also look to hype the event. However, given there will only be around one week's time after the next week, expect Vince to all but complete the match card for April 7 as soon as next week. This would then leave Creative with one week's time to hype the feud.

So, without further ado, let's take a look at 3 huge matches WWE might book for WrestleMania in the upcoming week.


#3 Daniel Bryan vs Kofi Kingston vs Kevin Owens for the WWE Championship


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Will there be a triple threat match for the WWE Championship on April 7?

Even though Kofi Kingston was screwed by Vince McMahon for the umpteenth time, it is on expected terms that the high flyer will take on Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship on April 7. However, it is not that simple as it looks.

According to the latest rumours, Kofi is not expected to walk out as the WWE Champion on April 7. Thus, WWE might include Kevin Owens in the match to not only explain his loss but also to lay down the breadcrumbs for a feud between the two.

As a matter of fact, KO, on the last edition of SmackDown Live gave props to Kofi and stated that he would be watching Kofi vs Bryan closely. Thus, it could be WWE's way of hinting us that KO is not done with the Championship yet.

Given how Vince replaced Kofi with Owens at Fastlane, expect the big boss to play the same politics on the upcoming episode of SmackDown live next week.

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