WrestleMania 35 : 7 Things WWE should avoid doing this PPV
The grandest stage of them all is almost upon us. We are three weeks away from the biggest wrestling extravaganza of all time, and the card is shaping up to be one of the very best in recent memory.
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We could possibly see a women's match closing the show. That has never happened in the history of WrestleMania.
Additionally, we could finally see the end to Brock Lesnar's reign of terror, when Rollins manages to pin him in the middle of the ring and wins the Universal title.
If history is to be believed, WWE doesn't always deliver when it comes to the show of shows. We don't even need to go far into the past.
Last year, fans were expecting Nakamura, Asuka and Reigns to come out on top and beat the heels in the three main events of WrestleMania 34. None of those things happened. Brock Lesnar's win was a last minute decision by WWE.
We might be getting another set of mistakes this year, in WWE's attempt to swerve the fans. Let's look at some things WWE needs to avoid making at WrestleMania 35.
#7 Don't waste the Battle Royal winner
Ever since Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal was announced by Hulk Hogan in 2014, the match has become a Mania staple. What concerns the fans her is the fact that till date, none of the winners has gone onto doing much of note on the main roster.
Cesaro was the inaugural winner of the battle royal when he bodyslammed The Big Show to win the trophy at WrestleMania 30. His push didn't go anywhere after that. The same happened with Corbin and Mojo Rawley.
What the company needs to do here is make sure that they let someone win the match, who they intend to push to the Moon after WrestleMania. The obvious choice here would be someone like EC3, who hasn't done much of note ever since he debuted on Raw, but has tons of potential. Pushing the winner of the battle royal would help enhance the credibility of the match, making the fans actually care for it next year.