5 WWE titles that could change hands before WrestleMania 34
Expect a lot of changes before "The Show of Shows".
With the Royal Rumble just around the corner, we can officially state that WWE is entering into WrestleMania season.
According to the latest reports, the Universal title match at this year’s “Show of Shows” will be between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns, while AJ Styles will put his WWE Championship on the line against Shinsuke Nakamura or John Cena.
If those reports prove to be true, that means the top title on both Raw and SmackDown Live will be staying with their respective holders over the next couple of months and all the way through to WrestleMania 34.
However, there are plenty of other championships that could still move around in that time. In this article, we rank the five most likely title changes in WWE between now and April.
#5 Cruiserweight Championship
The Cruiserweight Championship has changed hands nine times since its introduction in September 2016, including five times in a two-month spell between August 2017 and October 2017, and it is currently held by Enzo Amore.
“Smacktalker Skywalker” is already the second longest-serving Cruiserweight champion, behind Neville, and will defend his title against Cedric Alexander on the upcoming episode of Monday Night Raw.
Assuming he retains, the only obvious contender to challenge Enzo for the championship before WrestleMania is Hideo Itami, who has won four consecutive matches since debuting on 205 Live in December.
The two are bound to meet somewhere down the line, possibly as soon as the Royal Rumble or Elimination Chamber, and the man formerly known as KENTA is almost certain to win the title when they collide.