In the aftermath of a stellar WrestleMania 37, WWE has hinted towards initiating fresh feuds. Much like every other year, the creative has lined up some exciting new rivalries for the WWE Universe to enjoy in what seems like the beginning of a fresh season for WWE.
The company has made it known that their first pay-per-view post WrestleMania 37 will focus mostly on rematches from The Grandest Stage of Them All. However, there are still a handful of new feuds that fans should look forward to post-Mania 37.
A few fan favorites have already emerged as challengers for some of the top champions in both RAW and SmackDown. This article takes an in-depth look at 5 feuds WWE have hinted at starting after WrestleMania 37.
Without any further ado, let's get straight into it.
#5 Drew McIntyre has been constantly targeted by T-Bar and Mace on WWE RAW
Post-WrestleMania 37, T-Bar and Mace have set their sights on former WWE Champion, Drew McIntyre. With the two former RETRIBUTION members set to break out on their own, both men have decided to make a name for themselves at the expense of the Scotsman.
To be fair, both T-Bar and Mace have done quite a formidable job so far. There is already a different aura for both men's characters on screen now that they are completely done with RETRIBUTION. Over the course of the past few weeks, MVP has also kept tabs on the actions of T-Bar and Mace.
With the exit of Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander from The Hurt Business, MVP could potentially recruit both men into the faction. We could also see the two Superstars go back to their original names of Dominick Dijakovic and Dio Maddin.
With McIntyre set to challenge Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania Backlash, both T-Bar and Mace could end up helping the All Mighty retain his title. This could also see both men eventually join The Hurt Business as well.
#4 Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler could defend the WWE Women's Tag Team Titles against Mandy Rose & Dana Brooke
Following their big win at Show Of Shows, the Champions have started a feud against the team of Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke.
The latter duo had the opportunity to challenge for the Women's Tag Team titles at WrestleMania 37. However, on Night 1 of the show, the team of Rose and Brooke lost the Tag Team Turmoil Match to determine the title challengers for the second night.
Despite Rose and Brooke's loss, WWE seemingly went on to cash in on a potential feud between them and the champions. A match between the two tag teams occurred on the post-WrestleMania 37 episode of Monday Night RAW and a count-out resulted in a victory for the reigning WWE Tag Team Champions.
During this week's RAW, Rose and Brooke cost Jax and Baszler their match against Lana and Naomi adding more fuel to the fire.
It would be interesting to see how this feud will progress in the coming weeks on the red brand.
#3 Charlotte Flair could be Rhea Ripley's future WWE RAW Women's Title challenger
On the episode of RAW after WrestleMania 37, Charlotte Flair finally made her highly-awaited return to WWE TV. Upon her comeback, The Queen immediately set her sights on the newly crowned RAW Women's Champion, Rhea Ripley.
Flair made her intentions clear from the get-go as she attacked Ripley and former champion Asuka. By taking out The Nightmare, Charlotte made it known that she has eyes set on the RAW Women's Championship and could potentially challenge for the belt soon.
On the latest episode of RAW, Asuka may have gotten the better of Charlotte Flair. However, the former WWE RAW Women's Champion put the entire division on notice by taking out the WWE officials after the main event of this week's episode of the red brand.
Having faced each other already at WrestleMania 36, it seems like Charlotte Flair and Rhea Ripley are set to run it back against one another with the RAW Women's Title on the line, this time around.
#2 Daniel Bryan and Edge could be set for a monumental feud after WWE WrestleMania 37
In the main event of Night Two of WrestleMania 37, Daniel Bryan and Edge failed to win the WWE Universal Championship from Roman Reigns. The Tribal Chief retained his Title in dominant fashion as he pinned both Bryan and Edge.
Initially, the Universal Championship match was supposed to be a singles bout between Reigns and the Men's Royal Rumble Winner for 2021, Edge. However, during the build-up to the event, Daniel Bryan was added into the mix.
As expected, The Rated R-Superstar didn't take Bryan's addition to the match too kindly. During the build-up to WrestleMania 37, Edge turned heel by taking his frustrations out on both Bryan and Reigns.
After the conclusion to WrestleMania 37, WWE could likely plant the seeds for a feud between Daniel Bryan and Edge moving forward. The upcoming edition of SmackDown should unfold a lot regarding this particular rivalry moving forward.
#1 Cesaro and Roman Reigns could engage in a feud over the WWE Universal Title
At WWE WrestleMania 37, both Cesaro and Roman Reigns secured huge victories for themselves. The Swiss Cyborg was victorious over his arch-rival Seth Rollins in one of the best matches from 'Mania 37 weekend.
On the SmackDown after WrestleMania 37, Cesaro confronted The Tribal Chief and made it known that he is looking to challenge for the WWE Universal Championship.
He was also close to defeating Jey Uso last week on SmackDown before Rollins played spoilsport.
It remains to be seen if WWE will be moving forward with a potential Cesaro vs. Rollins rematch or if an immediate Universal Title match between The Swiss Cyborg and Reigns gets booked for a pay-per-view.
Cesaro is currently on one of his best runs in WWE and it looks like the management is looking to establish him as a singles star.
While it is unlikely that he could immediately dislodge Reigns as the Champion, a feud with The Tribal Chief will help him in the coming months.