WrestleMania 35: 5 exciting rivalries it could give us
The Grandest Stage Of Them All is almost here upon us. WrestleMania 35 is set to emanate from MetLife Stadium on April 7th, with rumors running around that the event is going to be the biggest WrestleMania of all time.
Several months-long rivalries are about to reach their conclusions. Becky Lynch, Ronda Rousey, and Charlotte Flair will be going at it to determine the absolute best in the Women's division. Seth Rollins' Royal Rumble win is going to give him a shot at The Beast, with the WWE Universe clamoring for The Architect to defeat Lesnar and win the Universal title.
A look back into the past is enough to confirm the fact that WrestleMania not only marks the end of rivalries, it sometimes ends up giving birth to future rivalries between WWE Superstars.
Let's take a look at 5 future rivalries that could come out of The Show of Shows.
#5 Kofi Kingston vs Kevin Owens
Kofi Kingston's struggle to the top against the evil boss Vince McMahon is arguably the best storyline on SmackDown Live at the moment.
The original plans for the WWE title didn't involve Kofi in the least bit, but his sudden rise to the top forced the company to change WrestleMania plans heavily. With Kofi having been swindled again on this past week's SmackDown, we are bound to see him somehow get into the WWE title match against Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 35.
Kevin Owens was WWE's original choice to be Bryan's opponent, and this story could play out if Kofi ends up becoming the WWE Champion at WrestleMania.
Owens could come out on the SmackDown after WrestleMania, and challenge Kofi for the title shot that he was about to get. It's worth noting here that Bryan didn't pin Owens at Fastlane.