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WrestleMania 35: 5 things we learned from Raw & SmackDown this week

Ali Akber
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WrestleMania 35 will feature some of the best superstars
WrestleMania 35 will feature some of the best superstars

With just ten days left to the biggest wrestling event of the year, WWE has been stepping up the stories which will unfold at the mega event.

With the second last week of shows before the event, WWE tried to throw everything they had at the WWE Universe to ensure that they stayed glued to the WWE Network until the final bell rings at WrestleMania 35.

In doing so, the company managed to tell the fans some good and some bad things which have managed to teach us a lot about the event and the matches that will take place in it.

In this article, we will look at 5 such things and what their impact could be on the Grandest Stage of Them All.

Feel free to share your views and opinions of this week’s Raw and SmackDown Live in the comments section below!


#5 The André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal won’t be too exciting


Is this feud worthy of the Battle Royal?
Is this feud worthy of the Battle Royal?

Since inception, the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal has been of little to no value to the wrestlers who have won the trophy.

The winners from the past have all been mainly mid-card players, and Mojo Rawley, who won the trophy in 2017, has completely been buried after his win.

This year too, there isn’t much hype at all regarding the battle royal, as it is more a card-filler which will give a chance to some of the mid-card superstars who don’t have a match for the event feature in it.

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Till now, only Braun Strowman has been the major announcement for the match a story between him and SNL's Colin Jost and Michael Che has been brewing which has led to the latter two also confirming their participation in the match.

No other superstar has been revealed for the multiple-participant match yet. This clearly shows how little WWE really cares about the match itself, and the superstars involved in it.

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