5 Interesting Facts And Possibilities About WrestleMania 35 You Won't Believe Are True
WrestleMania has always remained the most integral factor in propelling Vince McMahon's billion dollar company, with many claiming it to be a much more astonishing event than the Super Bowl.
The McMahon family with their creative genius have brought forth a remarkably unique match-card which successfully blends nostalgia with the future of this business.
Considering that many in the WWE Universe have their eyes set on the Raw Women's Championship match between Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch, and Charlotte Flair, this will be the very first time the women's division actually closes the Grandest Stage of Them All.
The Showcase of the Immortals, furthermore, is not at all devoid of excellent marquee bouts, with Batista's extremely personal collision with Triple H gravitating tremendous attention from the casual as well as the hardcore wrestling audience.
Whilst his status with the company is still unknown, recent rumors are suggesting that The Mayor of Suplex City may very well be drafted to SmackDown Live when the company moves in with the new Fox Sports deal.
Since WrestleMania has always brought some of the most passionate bunch of fans together, there are many unknown facts about this year's visual extravaganza that many of us are not aware of.
So, without further ado, let's dive deep and analyze the 5 shocking facts about WrestleMania 35 you won't believe are very true.
#1 Brock Lesnar will become the only superstar in WWE history to have faced all the three members of The Shield at WrestleMania
Brock Lesnar has always been widely recognized as one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time. The Beast Incarnate has managed to create a reputation for himself in the industry which most of the superstars can only dream of.
Considering the fact that the Universal Champion is always a very integral part of WWE's marketing process for WrestleMania, he is now scheduled to lock horns with Seth Rollins for the most coveted prize on WWE's flagship show.
Having squared off with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose in singles matches before, his incredibly anticipated tussle with Seth Rollins would make him the only superstar in WWE history to have faced all the three members of The Shield in singles matches at The Grandest Stage of Them All.