5 Shocking dream matches WWE could be secretly planning for WrestleMania 35
This is genuinely an incredible time to be a hardcore wrestling fan. Legions in the WWE Universe have been quite vocal about Vince McMahon's current directions which could have serious ramifications for WrestleMania 35.
Whether it is Becky Lynch's fearless attitude or Kofi Kingston's unstoppable momentum, every single WWE Superstar is pulling out all the stops to get a solid spot at this year's Grandest Stage of Them All.
There's no denying that the creative team have been impressive in gradually advancing the narrative for some quality feuds, and while some decisions have hit the fans the wrong way, we all are genuinely excited for the biggest event of the year.
While matches like Seth Rollins Vs. Brock Lesnar and Batista Vs. Triple H seem set in stone, Ronda Rousey's recent altercation with Stephanie McMahon which led to the former relinquishing her Raw Women's Champion has left the fans baffled.
Moreover, Vince McMahon's decision to bring four of the top NXT performers on the main roster has left the fans wondering on what these talented performers would be doing at the Show of Shows.
Since Superstars like John Cena, Drew McIntyre, The Undertaker, and Asuka are still roaming without any significant WrestleMania 35, this article will throw light on some of the bouts Vince McMahon could be genuinely planning.
So, without further ado, here are the 5 shocking dream matches WWE could be secretly planning for WrestleMania 35.
#1 John Cena Vs. Kevin Owens
I'm genuinely excited for what Vince McMahon could be potentially planning for Kevin Owens, especially after the Chairman himself endorsed the former Universal Champion as a big box-office draw.
Since the idea would be to ascend Owens' credibility on SmackDown Live, he could fare very well with someone like John Cena and could certainly tussle it out with the Cenation Leader at the Grandest Stage of Them All.
While rumors have attached John Cena's name with Drew McIntyre and Lars Sullivan time and time again, Kofi's thunderous momentum heading into WrestleMania 35 could coerce Mr. McMahon to put Owens in a different light.
The 16-time World Champion definitely gravitates the audience's attention wherever he goes, and with his last feud with Owens being so influential in catapulting the former NXT Champion's position on the main roster, he could very well do it again at the Show of Shows.
A rivalry of this magnitude definitely deserves a WrestleMania showdown, with the Prizefighter adjusting Cena's attitude and outmatching him at the Showcase of the Immortals.