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Fantasy Booking: Wrestlemania 34

I went back and reminding myself of what happened on this show and its actually not as bad as I remembered, just some questionable booking decisions. Charlotte ending Asuka's years long undefeated streak after being on the main roster for less than 6 months, arguably the moment fans began to turn on Super Flair. Braun Strowman tagging with a 10 year old boy to defeat the Bar for the Raw Tag Championships. Nakamura losing and turning heel, turning his feud with AJ Styles very cock and balls related. Rusev Day being the most over thing in the company and Vince McMahon absolutely ignoring the best he can. Then of course, we have Roman Reigns in a terrible main event match for the THIRD YEAR in a row. A terribly booked almost squash match that benefited no one and no one wanted to see. It's one of the worst main events of all time, for real. Here's the full card:

Andre the Giant Battle Royal (pre-show)

Cedric Alexander vs Mustafa Ali, Cruiserweight Championship (pre-show)

Women's Battle Royal (pre-show)

The Miz (c) vs Seth Rollins vs Finn Balor, IC Championship

Charlotte Flair (c) vs Asuka, Smackdown Women's Championship

Randy Orton (c) vs Rusev vs Jinder Mahal vs Bobby Roode, US Championship

Kurt Angle & Ronda Rousey vs Triple H & Stephanie McMahon

The Uso's (c) vs New Day vs Bludgeon Brothers, Smackdown Tag Championships

The Undertaker vs John Cena

Daniel Bryan & Shane McMahon vs Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

Alexa Bliss (c) vs Nia Jax, Raw Women's Championship

AJ Styles (c) vs Shinsuke Nakamura, WWE Championship

The Bar (c) vs Braun Strowman & Nicholas, Raw Tag Championships

Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns, Universal Championship

There is some very good stuff here, but it lacked a standout match and also it felt like a century long. WWE, this is how its done.

First things first. Wrestlemania is going to 2 nights from now baby. The roster is too big and there are too many matches to book but I don't want to sit through a 6/7 hour long show, so we're splitting it across 2 days from now.

Night 1 begins with our singular pre-show match, the Andre the Giant Battle Royal. Your usual battle royal match, but the winner of the match should be Chad Gable. We don't have any involvement from Matt Hardy or Bray Wyatt because I have other plans for them.

The opening match of the main card is the great contest between Cedric Alexander and Mustafa Ali for the vacant Cruiserweight Championship. Its really hard to book around the whole Neville walking out thing so I'm just going to keep things as is, maybe a little less of the whole Heart vs Soul of 205 Live thing. They had an incredible match, Mustafa Ali should walk out as the victor following a 054 splash.

In November of 2017, Charlotte Flair is the Smackdown Women's champion, she defeated Carmella who cashed in at Summerslam on Naomi and reigned for a few months. Charlotte is in need of a new challenger. Two deserving wrestlers Becky Lynch and Naomi will face off on Smackdown for a shot at the Queen. That match will not have a winner however, as the debut of 3 women are here to cause... a riot. Ruby Riot, Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan debut and absolutely trash the two women and also everything at ringside. Over the following weeks we do not hear from the Riot Squad (also yes I'm not adding an extra T because that's stupid). They show up, wreck anything in their sights and then leave again. At Clash of Champions in December, Charlotte Flair defends against both Lynch and Naomi with the rest of the Smackdown women's roster ordered to stand on guard for the Riot Squad or be suspended. The match goes down uninterrupted, Charlotte retains, but once the bell has rung that all changes. Ruby Riot drives out an ATV onto the ramp, both Logan and Morgan stood holding on the back wielding bats. They drive down the ramp, the other women outside diving out of the way of being run over. The Riot squad get into the ring and batter all 3 women with their weapons, battering anyone who tries to stop them and escaping through the crowd. Absolute scenes. In the build up to the Royal Rumble, we finally hear from the Squad. Ruby Riot says that they are not here to simply be promoted to the main roster and become lost in the shuffle. They are here to make a statement, cause some chaos, start a riot. They still haven't wrestled yet before the Rumble, but all 3 women have declared for it. They have also attacked and injured Natalya, who refuses to let an injury keep her out of the first ever Women's Rumble. The Riot Squad are a dominant force in the Rumble match, however Becky Lynch eliminates Logan and Naomi eliminates Morgan. Ruby eliminates both of them though, she ends up being part of the final four alongside Asuka, Sasha and Bayley. Ruby is eventually eliminated by Asuka but the faction have really established themselves as a dominant force. Over the following weeks Ruby Riot racks up victories with the help of her Squad and earns herself a title match against Charlotte, which did really happen. Ruby more than holds her own against Charlotte, in fact the help of her Squad almost gives her the win. However there are 3 women who have had enough of the Riot Squad. Becky Lynch, Naomi and Natalya. They eliminate the numbers advantage and Ruby is distracted, she is hit with Natural Selection and Charlotte retains. The animosity builds over the following weeks leading to a 6-woman tag match booked for Wrestlemania. The team of faces unite the best they can, but the Riot squad have too much solidarity and they get a big victory over 3 former world champions. I always liked the Riot Squad, they were done dirty with bad booking almost immediately.

The Miz walks out of Raw 25 the Intercontinental champion for the 8th time in his career, defeating Roman Reigns for the strap. In the build up towards Wrestlemania The Miz does his whole "I'm the greatest IC champion ever" thing and he is confronted by...John Cena. Cena says he has done everything possible in this business. He's tied Ric Flair's world title record, he's held tag gold and US gold but the historic IC champion has always eluded him. With few boxes left to tick off in his career, he wants to do all that he hasn't done because he doesn't know how long he has left as an active wrestler. Of course the Miz refuses but Raw GM Kurt Angle proposes a mini challenge. John Cena must run the gauntlet against the Miztourage (Miz, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel) and he gets his title match if he wins. Cena beats both Dallas and Axel clean, but then he is attacked by the Miz with a chair, winning by DQ. He gets his match but the Miztourage do their best to injure Cena ahead of the match. Cena goes into the match beaten up and is on the disadvantage, but its not long before he powers up, hits his moves and beats The Miz for the title. Now I know Cena vs Miz matches aren't usually that great, so keep it between 5 and 10 minutes long to prevent it getting boring. Cena wins the only title that has eluded his entire career, except the Universal I guess but that's only been active for like 2 years. Cena can face Finn Balor instead at the Greatest Royal Rumble, dropping the title to him because he doesn't need a long reign.

I absolutely LOVED the mixed tag match. Kurt Angle and Triple H were brilliant at piecing together an awesome tag match that told a great story and put Ronda Rousey over so strong. Stephanie McMahon played her role perfectly as the chicken shit bitch who takes cheapshots and runs away. I wouldn't change a thing about this match, I thought it was great. It takes place here and team Ronda-Kurt still get the win.

Following that another match I've included still is Nia Jax vs Alexa Bliss. I think that it was a fine match but it was a really nice anti-bullying story that didn't feel forced or cheap and actually worked really well...until Nia turned heel a few months later and she became a bully but oh well. Wrestling is wrestling. Have Alexa use Nia as her muscle during her Raw Championship reign, manipulating her and verbally abusing her to keep her in place. After Bliss loses the title inside the Elimination Chamber, more on than later, Bliss blames Nia and takes it out on her on Raw. Nia eventually snaps and has had enough, she pushes Alexa down and promises to destroy her. Alexa dodges Nia and refuses to step in the ring with her at Wrestlemania without one condition. She wants there to be no disqualifications for her only. Nia is fine with that, saying she doesn't need tools to take Alexa apart. So at Wrestlemania Bliss runs away almost immediately, Nia gives chase but meets a kendo stick instead. Alexa controls for a little using whatever weapon she can get a hold of, but it isn't long until Nia reverses an attack and goes on the offence herself. After a barrage of strikes, Nia drops Alexa with the big Samoan drop to get a wholesome win. Maybe we should wait a little longer before making Nia a bully heel again.

After challenging Charlotte Flair at Wrestlemania 33, Mickie James continues her quest to fight the four Horsewomen. She rocks up on Smackdown and challenges Becky Lynch at Battleground in the lead up towards Summerslam. Also at Summerslam, Sasha Banks does not defeat Alexa Bliss for the Raw Women's Championship. Then at No Mercy, Mickie James returns to Raw to have a match with Sasha Banks. This leaves Bayley as the last member of the faction she hasn't wrestled, who has been in a mini slump ever since losing her title to Alexa Bliss. Mickie James sees this and does not want to face Bayley like this, she wants to face Bayley at her very best. Instead, James takes Bayley under her wing and they form an alliance together, James acting as her mentor. Sasha begins to get jealous seeing Bayley hang around with Mickie more and more often. Tensions slowly build between Mickie and Sasha with Bayley in the middle, trying to make her two friends get along. This arc carries into 2018 with the first ever women's Elimination Chamber match. Bayley gets a measure of revenge against the champion Alexa Bliss, eliminating her with her diving elbow drop guaranteeing a new champion. Bayley, Sasha and Mickie James are the final 3. We have a mini triple threat stand off. Both Sasha and Mickie plead with Bayley to team up against the other. Bayley struggles to make her decision, she makes a move but before we see who she was going to choose, she is dropped by a Chick Kick by Mickie and she eliminates Bayley. Sasha and Mickie mix it up for 5 more minutes, James rolls through a bank statement and scores a pinfall to win her first WWE women's championship in nearly a decade. Afterwards Mickie tears Bayley for not backing her immediately and sees it as disrespect. She couldn't risk Bayley choosing Sasha and costing her the match. Bayley reveals that she was going to choose Sasha, because as great as Mickie is, she doesn't have the same bond with her that she does with Sasha. Sasha appreciates it but she pleads with Bayley to find her killer instinct, because she will let people walk all over her for the rest of her life like this. Bayley says at Wrestlemania she is leaving respect and friendship outside of the ring and she is going to walk out as women's champion. A triple threat takes place as Mickie defends against both Bayley and Sasha. A great match I'd imagine, give them 15+ minutes to work their magic. In the closing sequence, Bayley finally does whatever she can to win. She removes a turnbuckle pad and sends Mickie into it head first, which is what Sasha did to her at Wrestlemania the prior year. She nails her belly to belly finisher, but as she goes for the pin Sasha runs in and throws Bayley out of the ring. Banks steals the pin and wins the championship. Once again, Sasha outsmarted and screwed over Bayley. Sasha offers Bayley a hug again like last year, but this time Bayley walks to the back without acknowledging her.

In Luke Harpers match at Wrestlemania 33, I had Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan send Harper crashing through the ring, engulfed in fire. This should keep Harper off TV for a few months, but ahead of Summerslam during Bray Wyatt's match a young woman walks down the ramp, she is dressed head to toe in black and her face is obscured. She carries in her hands the skull of a deer (not a real one obviously) and places it in front of Bray. A message has been sent and Bray hears it, he will show up and await his fate at Summerslam. At the PPV, we see the return of Luke Harper. He has new, darker music. Gone are the white vest and jeans and he wears all black. He has a hood up and when he shows his face he is wearing the skull mask that he wore as part of the Bludgeon Brothers because hey, that's pretty fucking cool. They have a host fight but Harper looks more dominant and violent than ever before. He drops Wyatt with a Razors Edge which he calls Moribund; a Latin word for Near Death. Harper gets a clean win over his former leader. We get one promo from Harper on the following Raw, he stands in a pitch black room with a single light, accompanied by the mysterious woman. Spoiler alert, her identity is never revealed, but she is supposed to appear similar to Sister Abigail but it is not confirmed that they're the same. Sometimes the rumours and theories is better than a concrete answer. He explains that he has been given a new purpose in his absence. He calls this mystery woman the harbinger of death. She will gift you the skull of a deer if you have been chosen for slaughter. He warns that anyone cursed with impurity is not safe and they should expect a visit from the Harbinger. Over the following months we have various wwe wrestlers recieve a visit from the Harbinger setting up PPV matches for Harper and they are all former allies or rivals. He faces Braun Strowman, Randy Orton, all 3 members of the New Day, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns. Shortly before Wrestlemania he also defeats Erick Rowan, doing the same thing Rowan did to him at Wrestlemania, bombing him through the ring. Ahead of Wrestlemania, Harper sends a skull to Kane, setting up a match on Raw. In that match Harper brutalises him and the match is called off. Harper Kane and smiles, the lights go off. When they come back up, all that remain in the ring is a deer skull...and a black hat, symbolic of the hat worn by the Undertaker. So after the Raw Women's Championship match at Wrestlemania and a few ads and promos or whatever, commentary are interrupted when the arena blacks out. When the lights return we see the deer skull, the black hat and also Luke Harper with a bloodied and beaten Kane by his feet. Harper demands that the reaper accept his reckoning, teasing the retirement of Undertaker. Harper continues to just decimate Kane non-stop until eventually we hear the BONG. Lights go out, for the first time in 2 years we see the Undertaker makes his entrance. The hat in the ring has now disappeared as Taker stalks his way down to the ring. He stands face to face with Luke Harper, he looks at the skull on the mat and Taker stomps on it, smashing it into pieces. We get ourselves and impromptu match. Undertaker and Harper go at it for 10+ minutes, enough to get a solid match but not too much that over works the veteran. It's a back and forth hoss match, but the Deadman overcomes Harper to avoid defeat. Its another tease of Undertaker's retirement but he leaves Wrestlemania victorious. Luke Harper gets a over half a year of dominance and gets a big marquee main event match with Undertaker. I don't think losing to Undertaker is a bad thing at all for Harper, I mean it's the strongest he's been booked going into it.

The night 1 main event is Shinsuke Nakamura vs AJ Styles for the WWE Championship but under much different circumstances. So following Wrestlemania 33, Styles defeats Wyatt for the WWE title, Jinder Mahal or Randy Orton don't win it and Styles holds the title from Backlash all the way until Fastlane. At Money in the Bank, the winner of the ladder match is actually Shinsuke Nakamura. On the following Smackdown he tells AJ in a confrontation "It's mot a matter of if, it is when." Overlapping this is Shane McMahons feud with Kevin Owens. Styles defends the WWE title at Summerslam against Owens with Shane as the special referee. Remember that Shane is a heel authority figure alongside face GM Daniel Bryan. Shane screws Owens because he doesn't want him as world champion. The feud carries on is it did in real life but Shane as the clear heel (he was being a dick) and Owens more sympathetic. At Clash of Champions in December, Styles defends against Owens once more with both Shane and Bryan as special referees. Bryan is impartial, Shane is not and the tensions between them have risen to the point Bryan pushes Shane out the ring. Shane and AJ nod at each other, they attack Bryan on dump him outside where he requires medical attention. AJ gestures to the entranceway. Out steps Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson and Finn Balor. Shane allows them to destroy Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. AJ pins Owens easily to retain as all 5 men stand together with their 'Too Sweet' gestures in the air. Yes, including Shane McMahon. On Smackdown Shane announces they have formed a supergroup to control Smackdown and ensure only worthy wrestlers are Champions. They call themselves Money Club. What's a surefire way to get a WWE Bullet Club booed? Make Shane McMahon to cool dad leader. I can already here the Internet fans screaming with rage. I love it. Daniel Bryan is not seen on TV for sometime as Shane runs the place how he wants. At Fastlane, Styles retains against Randy Orton however Money Club are victim of an ambush by Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn and a returning Daniel Bryan. They wipeout the heels, Bryan gestures towards the back and out comes Shinsuke Nakamura who cashes in his briefcase. One kinshasa later and we have a new and first ever Japanese world champion. If Nakamura wins the title this way, then who wins the Royal Rumble? I'm glad you asked. Tell me reader, at the start of 2018 who was the single most over wrestler in WWE, a man who the fans loves and felt deserved a huge push especially with his new gimmick? Follow up question; what day is it today? Well, it's Rusev Day of course. With Rusev wanting a WWE title match and Styles wanting a title rematch, all parties come to an agreement. On night 1, Nakamura will face AJ Styles and then the winner will defend their WWE title against Rusev on night 2. So we get face Nakamura vs heel Styles in the main event, which I think is the best way for this match to work. They have a 20+ minute encounter which Styles eventually wins to win back the WWE title. I know, Nakamura has a very short reign here but it's better than no reign right? Plus Styles vs Rusev works far better than Nakamura vs Rusev for the heel/face dynamic and the story told. The show ends with the Money Club back on top of the Smackdown division.

The Night 2 pre-show match is the Chyna Memorial Battle Royal, which can be won by Natalya. She's been a real workhorse in the women's division for years, she deserves a good moment.

Following Wrestlemania 33, Roman Reigns' loss to John Cena has him questioning himself and going on a losing streak throughout 2017. He eventually decides that he needs to take some time to rethink and reassess his situation because things haven't been going his way. Around the same time, we have Seth Rollins trying to reform his alliance with Dean Ambrose, which happens at Summerslam and they win the Raw Tag Championships. The Bar form an alliance with The Miz and his Miztourage after Summerslam to eliminate Ambrose & Rollins, which brings back Roman Reigns from a brief hiatus to make the save and stand amongst his brothers once more. The 3 men have a sit down talk where they openly air out all the grievances that have built over the years, mostly between Rollins and Ambrose as well as Reigns and Ambrose, since Dean never betrayed anyone. They all feel the air is cleared and they reform the Shield to dominate Raw once again. We get that TLC 2017 Shield match but with Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas subbing for Kane and Braun Strowman. Kurt Angle with Ambrose & Rollins win. They face the New Day at Survivor Series but they actually lose the match, the faction not a stronger unit than the unicorn trio. Unfortunately Ambrose gets injured which ruins plans a little, but Rollins & Reigns stick together and they're targeted by recent main roster call up; The Revival. They aim to bring back legitimacy to WWE tag team wrestling and they must defeat the best to reach their goals. They acknowledge the talent and success of Rollins and Reigns, but dislike that they reformed the Shield. "You only care about tag team wrestling when you're not over enough to be in a featured singles feud". The Revival want to prove that they are the best team on the roster, they will do that by defeating Rollins and Reigns at Wrestlemania. The Revival do in fact defeat the Shield at Wrestlemania too, proving to be a more cohesive unit. The Shield can make a comeback and they can be dominant but with everything that has happened between the 3 men, they should feel like a ghost of their former selves. Strong, but not as strong as they used to be. Ambrose returns in the Summer, we'll talk about his final year in WWE tomorrow.

Charlotte Flair vs Asuka for the Smackdown women's championship. Only a few tweaks needed. Asuka wins the Rumble, Charlotte is the women's champion and Carmella has already cashed in. We have our big dream match set up and it goes down like it did because it was an awesome match. One minor detail, ASUKA DOESN'T LOSE. Asuka's momentum was destroyed for 2 years after this loss. Why!? Give Asuka the clean win over Flair and her undefeated streak remains in tact.

The US championship was won by Braun Strowman at Wrestlemania 33, he has a good mini run with the title but I'd have him drop the title to Samoa Joe who can hold it throughout 2017. Unfortunately, Joe is another man who misses Wrestlemania due to injury. He vacates the title at the end of the year and promises to be back to reclaim it. Randy Orton wins a tournament to win the vacant belt, he loses it to Finn Balor thanks to Money Club interference but Balor drops it to Bobby Roode shortly after thanks to Owens & Zayn. Orton challenges Roode to a Championship match as a battle of veterans. Both men have similar styles and experience albeit in different companies. They have a competitive match over the title which Roode wins, cementing his worth on the main roster.

Let's talk more about Money Club. Disagreements between face GM Bryan and heel commissioner Shane were expected but their working relationship always seemed in tact, until Owens is drafted to Smackdown. Shane hates him and sees him as a horrible portrayal of his Smackdown brand, the only reason he is here is because Bryan really likes Owens wrestling ability. Bryan pleads for Shane to give him a chance, but Shane just cannot do it. He treats unfairly which even brings Sami Zayn to stand by his best frenemy at Hell in a Cell. Then we get formation of Money Club and the removal of Bryan as GM after being assaulted. After a couple of months of Shane's dictatorship, we finally see Daniel Bryan return at Fastlane flanked by Owens and Zayn and he gets physical with the Money Club. On Smackdown, be reveals himself to be an active member of the roster once again and he challenges Money Club to a 6-man match. Shane agrees but changes it a little, making the match a 4v3; Owens, Zayn & Bryan vs Balor, Gallows, Anderson & Shane. The heels have the numbers advantage but this is about the return of Daniel fucking Bryan. Of course he and his boys overcome the odds to win the match. Shane recieves a pop-up powerbomb, a helluva kick and a Bryan running knee to be pinned. It was insane to me how Shane was the face in his feud with Owens. Not here though this makes far more sense.

In March of 2018 the Bray Wyatt vs Matt Hardy reaches its culmination as Hardy "deletes" Wyatt by throwing him into the Lake of Reincarnation. In the lead up towards Wrestlemania, Matt begins his expedition for gold and makes current champions the Bar aware that he is coming for their titles. The Bar laugh it off because Matt is on his own but they accept the challenge. Matt says he won't be alone, he will be reunited with a spiritual friend at Wrestlemania. The signs should be pointing to a return for Jeff Hardy, but it is a misdirect and actually we have the return of Bray Wyatt, he appears as a face and hugs Matt Hardy. They have a quick 5-10 minute tag match and they defeat the Bar for the titles. They become the Deleters of Worlds and hold them for a little while. Wyatt feels like he has been purified by Matt.

Next up is the WWE championship match, AJ Styles defending against Rusev. I honestly think we could get like Yes! Movement levels of popularity out of this, Rusev Day was CRAZY over. They had an awesome match at Extreme Rules and that is what we get here, except one major difference. Bryan, Owens & Zayn help prevent Money Club interference and Rusev makes Styles submit to the Accolade to win his first World championship. It would be a great moment and one that the fans wanted which is what it should be about at the end of the day.

Our penultimate match is a 3-way tag match between The Uso's, New Day and the Fashion Police; Breezango. The Fashion Police interrupt promos between the two teams who are scheduled for a match with a future tag team match on the line. Breezango keep submitting fines and protest that New Day vs The Uso's is old news. The Fashion Police are the hottest new officers in the precinct and they have figured out how to clean up this criminal-riddled town. To go to Wrestlemania. Usos & New Day don't take them as a serious threat so are happy to include them into their match. Usos and New Day have a great match together, whilst they keep knocking Breezango out of the way. Tyler Breeze and Fandango make themselves known in the later stages, proving they can hold their own against 2 of the best teams in the division. The finish comes between Jimmy Uso and Breeze, they both superkick each other at the same time and go down. Breeze just so happens to fall on top of Jimmy for a 1-2-3. Breezango score a shock victory and earn a tag title match. I really like Breezango, I want them to have a little bit of success at least.

Kevin Owens walked out of Wrestlemania 33 as the Universal champion but I'd have him drop to title to Brock Lesnar at Extreme Rules. Lesnar can have his reign of dominance holding the title until Wrestlemania. 2017 and 2018 though was the years of Braun Strowman, quickly rising as a fan favourite monster and becoming a big muscular meme. He dominates throughout 2017 but he does lose to Lesnar in a close championship match at No Mercy. At the Elimination Chamber in 2018, Braun Strowman destroys nearly all of the wrestlers in his path, have him eliminate like 4 or 5 out of the possible 6 (if you remember it was a 7-man Chamber). Braun wins the Chamber match and books himself another opportunity to slay the beast. At Wrestlemania, Strowman takes suplexes and F5s but he will not be deterred. After a trio of powerslams, Braun Strowman pins Brock Lesnar to win his first World championship.

It is a feel good Wrestlemania full of things fans want to see, which I think WWE forget about doing sometimes. Here is a card recap:

Night 1

Andre the Giant Battle Royal (pre-show)

Cedric Alexander vs Mustafa Ali, Cruiserweight Championship

Riott Squad vs Becky Lynch, Naomi & Natalya

The Miz (c) vs John Cena, IC Championship

Kurt Angle & Ronda Rousey vs Triple H & Stephanie McMahon

Nia Jax vs Alexa Bliss

Mickie James (c) vs Sasha Banks vs Bayley, Raw Women's Championship

The Undertaker vs Luke Harper

Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs AJ Styles, WWE Championship

Night 2

Chyna Battle Royal (pre-show)

The Shield (Reigns & Rollins) vs The Revival

Charlotte Flair (c) vs Asuka, Smackdown Women's Championship

Roode (c) vs Orton, US Championship

Daniel Bryan, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn vs Money Club (Shane McMahon, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows & Finn Balor)

The Bar vs Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt, Raw Tag Championships

AJ Styles (c) vs Rusev, WWE Championship

The Uso's vs New Day vs Breezango

Lesnar (c) vs Strowman, Universal Championship

What do you think? Love it? Hate it? Let me know and check back tomorrow for a rebooking of Wrestlemania 35, another long ass show that jeopardised matches on the show because of its length. I can't wait to split it across 2 nights. See you then!


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