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5 reasons you should be excited for WrestleMania 34

Abid Khan
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46.70K   //    21 Feb 2018, 23:53 IST

New Orleans is in for a treat!

The biggest show of the year is just around the horizon and anticipation among the fans is increasing with each passing day. WWE still has two pay-per-views left before heading into the Super Dome and judging by the booking of the PPVs and their implication on the WrestleMania card, it seems that the company is pulling out all stops to deliver a fantastic buzz-worthy card at 'the Grandest Stage of 'em All'.

Even if you are not too excited about this marquee event right now, there are some significant reasons why you should be.

Here are five reasons why you should be excited for WrestleMania 34.

#1 The Big Dog vs The Beast Incarnate will deliver

The Big Dog will deliver

Well, most of the hardcore fans do not appreciate Roman Reigns as the potential poster boy of WWE and it is definitely possible that the 'Big Dog' might get booed out of the building. Roman Reigns finds himself in an unfortunate situation but there's no doubt that he will deliver the match of his life in New Orleans. This match is scheduled to be a mainstream extravagant blockbuster and if the creative team goes out of the way and turns this feud into a deeply personal rivalry, then you better be ready for a fight at the Super Dome.

Look at the rivalry between Samoa Joe and Brock Lesnar and you will understand how significant creative booking is, to build curiosity and interest. Joe lost the match but he definitely came out looking better than ever.

If WWE produces something on similar lines with 'the Big Dog', then the Super Dome is in for a treat. If WWE wants the audience to care about Roman Reigns, they need to book a feud that not only builds curiosity but, also delivers a monumental brawl of a match. Whether we like it or not, Roman constantly puts on great matches and will definitely be the fighting champion that Raw deserves.

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