5 Blockbuster ideas that could rock WrestleMania 34
A Ladder Match, some show-stealing bouts and a Match for the Ages.
Wrestle Mania 34 will be hosted live from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on April 8, 2018, and the fans all around the world are counting calendars; anticipating the arrival of this colossal event. The Showcase of the Immortals is the most successful and longest-running professional wrestling event in history for it is the holy cathedral for hardcore wrestling fans.
WrestleMania 33, the last biggest show in the chronology had its share of beautiful moments but, the fans were left disappointed with the "Big Dog" defeating the Undertaker to close the show.
Hence, to rectify the mistakes committed last year, WWE needs a bigger plan by pushing the boundaries of storytelling mixed with a fine blend of entertainment and offbeat wrestling to produce a once in a lifetime event.
Here are five Blockbuster ideas that could rock Wrestle Mania 34
#5 Put US Title on the line in a Ladder Match
Remember the John Cena Open Challenge? Remember seeing young talent go head-to-head with Big Match John and elevate the standard of the Championship on the line? Well, that was the United States Championship. The mid-card division of the WWE is perhaps the most talented division in the company considering everyone is fighting to grab recognition & a spot in the main event.
WWE Creative must understand the hunger & talent of these superstars who may not be as popular as Roman Reigns but hold within them the willingness to produce a show-stealing bout. WWE must tap into the artistic side of these young performers and, produce a classic at Wrestle Mania by putting the United States Title on the line in a Ladder Match.
Imagine competitors like Bobby Roode, Dolph Ziggler, a returning Neville, Rusev, Baron Corbin, Jinder Mahal & Tye Dillinger to name a few. Won't that blow the roof off the place at the Superdome? These young performers will not only produce what is expected of them but, will also elevate the standard of the U.S. Title, a title that definitely needs to get some prestige.