Wrestlemania! The Grandest Stage of them all! Biggest Show of the Year! WWE's Greatest Platform! This show has got many names and rightly so because it is one night when good wrestlers become great, great wrestlers become best and the best wrestlers become immortals.
Wrestlemania 35's card is shaping up very well. The matches look really good with the blend of nostalgia and young blood. Everything from storylines to match-ups sounds amazing on paper. But, we said all those things about last year's Wrestlemania as well.
It had Daniel Bryan's return, a shocking heel turn, great women's matches, memorable debuts, and a squash match between John Cena and the Undertaker, yet something felt missing. No show can be perfect as fans would still ask for more but what management can do is try to rectify the mistakes that they previously made to raise the bar.
Let's look at some of the mistakes WWE made last year, which they shouldn't repeat this year
#1 The Main Event Result That One Wants
As stated earlier, Wrestlemania 34 was one of the best Wrestlemania in recent history. Everything from in-ring performances to comedy segments was well balanced for most of the show. But, the Universal Championship spoiled everything. All the hard work that wrestlers like Seth Rollins, Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair, Nicholas, and Daniel Bryan had put on that evening was ruined because the last picture that audience saw before the show went off-air was Braun Strowman holding the Universal Championship.
There were other great matches that could have headlined the show. The audience was booing both Roman Reigns and Lesnar throughout the match, which clearly showed that they would have taken literally any match over this lacklustre performance. This year, WWE has gold in their hand. They finally have a main eventer who is chosen by the people and the fans have been rooting for her to defeat Ronda Rousey ever since the rumour started doing the rounds about their match.
All they have to do is let Becky Lynch win the triple threat women's championship and let fans get the ending that they have been dying to see since 2014. This sounds really predictable, but sometimes predictability is what we need, like the ending of Wrestlemania 30.
Or they could just give the Raw Women's championship to Charlotte Flair like they are predicting in their twitter handle and I will then wait for the fans' outrage in the social media.