5 ways WWE can make WrestleMania 34 one for the ages
WrestleMania 34 is around the corner, and the marquee matches are almost set in stone. As usual, the critics have a lot of questions about the show, many of which are warranted. Does Roman Reigns deserve to be in another main event? Should The Undertaker actually wrestle again? Can WWE establish Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn as top heels?
However, one thing is for certain: there are a number of talented performers on the card who have the ability to put on great matches and come out of WrestleMania with genuine momentum.
Without further ado, here are 5 ways WWE can make its biggest show of the year one to remember.
#1 Turn Roman Reigns heel
Roman Reigns has been pencilled in to win Monday Night Raw's biggest prize from Brock Lesnar for over a year; in fact, several outlets reported this story even before WrestleMania 33.
Seemingly hell-bent on making the former University of Georgia Yellow Jacket his company's next poster boy, Vince McMahon has done everything in his power to make Reigns a compelling babyface but to no avail.
While he has proven to be a competent in-ring worker over the last few years, the fans are still largely apathetic towards the 32-year-old and are not likely to receive his umpteenth coronation in good spirits.
However, if Reigns were to turn heel and side with Paul Heyman at the Showcase of the Immortals, WWE would immediately have a hot commodity on its hands — one who could hold the Universal Championship until WrestleMania 35 and lose it to either Dean Ambrose or Seth Rollins in a triple threat match featuring all of The Shield's members .