7 biggest WWE rumors of the past week (March 3, 2019)
This week of WWE has been quite surprising for all the fans, as some unexpected major returns occurred on both brands.
Batista made an unexpected return on Raw by attacking Ric Flair backstage before his 70th birthday celebration and Kevin Owens returned to SmackDown and replaced Kofi Kingston in the WWE Title Match against Daniel Bryan at Fastlane
Aside from this, Roman Reigns announced that he was healthy again, and then later in the night, joined Rollins to save Ambrose from a 4-on-1 beatdown, teasing a possible Shield reunion. Matt Hardy also returned to reunite with his brother Jeff Hardy to defeat The Bar.
While we are preparing for WrestleMania, so major returns and angles will definitely happen, but we shouldn't forget about WWE's next pay-per-view, Fastlane, which will be the final stop before the show of shows.
Throughout this week, there are many rumors the fans may have missed, so here are this week's seven biggest rumors.
#7 WrestleMania 36 will be held in Tampa, Florida
We begin with a big rumor regarding where next year's WrestleMania might take place, as it is rumored that the show will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
According to the PWInsider; the word that has been making the rounds behind the scenes is that the show will be held in Tampa, Florida at Raymond James Stadium. This is the home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
WWE is yet to confirm the location for WrestleMania 36 but in the past, many WrestleMania locations have been rumored before being made official by WWE. So this location can also possibly be true and it might be confirmed in the weeks before WrestleMania 35.
This will be the fourth time Florida will host a WrestleMania, as they have hosted WrestleMania 24 which took place at Citrus Bowl in Orlando, WrestleMania 28 which took place at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, and WrestleMania 33 which took place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.