WrestleMania 35: 3 matches that can steal the show
WrestleMania 35 is just about three weeks away and the card for The Grandest Of Them All is starting to take shape.
While some matches have already been made official, others are bound to be made official within the coming weeks. WrestleMania 35 is already promising to be a spectacle because of the star power involved in the show. Brock Lesnar, Ronda Rousey, Batista, Triple H etc. are all a part of WrestleMania.
There are all sorts of matches ranging from the usual championship matches to grudge matches to retirement matches. Wrestlemania 35 is going to be the last one for Olympic gold medalist and pro-wrestling legend Kurt Angle. Seemingly, it may also be the last match for Batista. So, nostalgia is going to be high as some of the superstars of yesteryear are on their last legs.
Here are 3 matches which can potentially steal the show at WrestleMania:
#3 AJ Styles vs Randy Orton
Though the match has not been made official yet, it is one of those which will definitely take place at Wrestlemania. AJ Styles and Randy Orton have had backstage interactions for the past few weeks and rumors have been circulating about their match for some time. They had a first physical altercation on Fastlane.
On the latest episode of Smackdown Live, Orton and Styles had an in-ring confrontation which eventually led to AJ Styles challenging Randy Orton for a match at WrestleMania. The two superstars of Smackdown Live have not had a feud between them in the two years they have been in the blue brand.
This is a match between two superstars who took completely different routes to get to WWE. Randy Orton was the golden boy of WWE, the youngest ever world champion and has many other accolades to boast about.
AJ Styles, on the other hand, has been a TNA superstar and indie darling for a long time. It took Styles fifteen years to reach WWE. All of these facts were even brought up by the two during their promos on Smackdown Live.
AJ Styles is probably the best worker in the company right now, and Randy Orton has shown time and again that he can bring out the best when the stakes are at their highest. And there are none higher than at The Grandest Stage Of All.