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5 Biggest Matches That Should Headline WrestleMania 36

Abid Khan
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Will Cena turn heel for WrestleMania 36?
Will Cena turn heel for WrestleMania 36?

After delivering one of the greatest WrestleManias of all time this past Sunday, WWE will be heading to Tampa Bay to host WrestleMania 36 next year in April.

The Showcase of the Immortals will be live from the Raymond James Stadium. The stadium could be expecting around an average capacity of 66,000 WWE fans from all walks of life.

While WrestleMania 35 was successful in bringing the house down at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, one wonders what Vince McMahon could have in store for us next year when he moves to Tampa Bay.

This year's visual extravaganza saw Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch, and Kofi Kingston defying the odds and realizing their dreams.

Regardless of the fact that most of the headlining matches in the last couple of WrestleMania's have been genuinely disappointing, the inclusion of more competition in the industry like All Elite Wrestling has coerced the company to give the fans what they want to see.

Although almost all of the matches that happen at the Grandest Stage of Them All are special in their own right, there is none more special and significant than the main event.

So, without further ado, let's dive deep and predict the 5 blockbuster matches that should headline WrestleMania 36.


#5 Becky Lynch vs Ronda Rousey for the Undisputed Women's Championship

This could really happen
This could really happen

Becky Lynch's controversial victory in a pretty sloppy headliner for WrestleMania 35 has become a subject of debate on the social media with speculations running wild about a possible rematch at next year's visual extravaganza.

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In my humble opinion, if there's a singles match that could gravitate legitimate attention of the entire wrestling world, it would be Becky Lynch vs. Ronda Rousey.

Charlotte's inclusion in the historical headliner was always criticized, but Vince McMahon could right the wrongs next year by giving us an edge-of-a-seat thriller between two of the most compelling female performers.

Judging by how their clash at this year's event ended, there's a rematch written all over it with The Rowdy One returning back to the squared circle to challenge The Man.

Furthermore, Becky holding both the belts could result in a possible unification which sees her defending the gold against The Baddest Woman on The Planet.

Could we see the women's division close WrestleMania 36 at the Raymond James Stadium?



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