The primary motto of WWE has always been something along the lines of "the show must go on". No matter what, WWE keeps producing fresh content on a weekly basis for the WWE Universe.
When WrestleMania is done and dusted with, a completely new season of WWE programming kicks off the following night on Monday Night Raw, with the promise of new storylines and exciting rivalries. Let's take a look at three possible rivalries we could see after WrestleMania 35 goes into the history books.
#4 AJ Styles vs Finn Balor
The two superstars have been a part of WWE for more than three years now, and we have yet to see a proper program between two of the greatest in-ring technicians of this generation.
A couple of years ago, AJ Styles replaced Bray Wyatt in a big-time match against The Demon, Finn Balor, at the TLC PPV. The match stole the show as expected, and AJ Styles went back to SmackDown immediately.
The Superstar shakeup is coming again after WrestleMania, and this is the time to finally draft Styles back to Raw and give us the feud that's been a long time coming. If this program is given enough time to build up, we could certainly get a match of the year candidate out of it.
#3 Drew McIntyre vs Brock Lesnar
The Sottish Psychopath was once a jobber to the stars, but repackaged himself to return as a legit badass in the WWE.
Initially, he was treated like the monster he is, but soon came back to the same old barrage of attacking babyfaces as a part of three-man squads. McIntyre needs to move away from Corbin and Lashley ASAP, otherwise, the future looks bleak for the former 3-Man Band member.
One match that could reinvigorate McIntyre's lost steam is a hard-hitting brawl with The Beast, Brock Lesnar. There was a time when McIntyre was nowhere near Lesnar's level, but he has somehow transformed himself into a legit threat to the former UFC champion.
A rivalry between these two, with the payoff match at Summerslam, screams nothing but money.
#2 Asuka vs Ronda Rousey
Asuka is one of the biggest acquisitions of WWE in recent history, just like Ronda Rousey. The Empress of Tomorrow has spent years honing her skills and enduring brutal beatings in Japan, before signing with NXT. On the other hand, we have a legit fighter in Rousey, who made waves in UFC before coming to WWE.
Pitting these two legit badasses would result in one of the biggest women's matches in history. Although this one is a WrestleMania calibre match, it won't hurt things to put it on the Summerslam card.
There's almost zero chance that Rousey will go to SmackDown during the Superstar Shakeup following WrestleMania 35. The company needs to make the right decision and switch brands for Asuka in order to give the WWE Universe, a match for the ages.
Letting these two women go at it for 20 minutes could result in one of the greatest matches of all time, no matter who goes over in the process.
#1 Brock Lesnar vs Batista
It's a shame that two of the most ruthless superstars in the past couple of decades have never faced off inside the squared circle.
Batista and Brock Lesnar were both parts of a batch of new blood that debuted back in the summer of 2002, along with future Hall of Famers like John Cena and Randy Orton.
Since then, the two behemoths have been able to carve a niche for themselves, both in the WWE as well as outside the company.
Now that Batista is back to battle Triple H at Mania, let him stay for a while, and give us the match we have been clamouring for since an eternity. This match is a first ballot contender for main-eventing the grandest stage of them all, but Summerslam or Survivor Series could do too. Not booking the match before Batista's exit would be criminal on WWE's part.