WrestleMania 35: 5 biggest mistakes WWE made on The Show of Shows
After weeks of waiting and months of storylines, the greatest event of the year seems to have been over in a jiffy.
With no less than sixteen matches fought at the event, not all matches had great storylines but managed to deliver at the end of the day, making WrestleMania 35 one of the best events in recent memory.
From career-ending matches to career-building ones, and from the end of one streak to the beginning of another, there were quite a few good things to look back on at the end of the night.
However, just like every other event and every other WrestleMania, WWE managed to make quite a few mistakes which left us puzzled and sent some fans home unhappy.
In this article, we will look at the 5 biggest mistakes that the company and creatives made at this year’s Show of Shows, and how they could have avoided them.
#5 Let Carmella win
While the Women’s Battle Royal was a good match, giving some important spots to women like Kairi Sane, The Riott Squad members, and even Dana Brooke, the overall ending was very repetitive and disappointing.
A match where women like Asuka, Sonya Deville, or even Mandy Rose would have made great winners and worked off the victories in the weeks to come, we saw Carmella come out of nowhere to take the victory.
It makes sense that WWE will again try to build Carmella after her pairing with R-Truth is slowly going downhill. Yet, it made little sense to give the former SmackDown Women’s Champion the victory instead of an upcoming talent.
WWE should have used the Battle Royal to give a newer talent or an NXT superstar some spotlight and highlight their third brand instead of letting Carmella stand tall at the end of it all.