6 Biggest things WWE should do before WrestleMania 36
November has now come to a close and December has officially begun. For WWE enthusiasts, this means that Vince McMahon and his cronies have likely begun preparing for next year’s WrestleMania. WrestleMania 35 was quite the spectacle and naturally expectations for WrestleMania 36 are quite high.
It’s been an interesting year since that fateful night at the Metlife stadium. Since then we've seen new storylines, new performers, and new champions on our way to WrestleMania 36.
With such a large roster at their disposal, there’s so much WWE's writers can toy with to generate maximum buzz in the lead up to the biggest event in sports entertainment.
Here, we look at the six biggest things WWE should do before WrestleMania 36.
#6 Sasha Banks should become the SmackDown Women's Champion
Taking a hiatus after WrestleMania 35, 'The Boss' returned after a few months off, teaming up with Bayley to beat the living hell out of Becky Lynch. While Sasha Banks and Bayley have remained friends ever since, one has to wonder how much longer Bayley can trust Banks as a heel.
Currently on the SmackDown Women's roster after being drafted to FOX, Banks should soon flip on Bayley in order to get her hands on the SmackDown Women's Championship before we (quite possibly) get to see them beat the hell out of one another on the 'Grandest Stage of them All' in April next year.
#5 Keep the Universal Championship on The Fiend
Current WWE Universal Champion Bray Wyatt has been feuding with Daniel Bryan and seems to be having the time of his life as the ferocious, masked Fiend.
The fact that WWE has allowed him to have his own customized WWE Universal Championship shows how much trust Vince McMahon has in him.
With that level of belief from the top boss, not many people in the WWE Universe expect The Fiend to drop the Universal Championship anytime soon. It’s far too soon to take the belt off him anyway, at least until he faces someone like Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, or 'The Demon' King Finn Balor.
Going into WrestleMania 36, it's probably safe to assume that we will see the Universal Championship still hanging around The Fiend's neck.