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Fantasy Booking: Wrestlemania 35

It's the final pre-Covid Wrestlemania, when the world went crazy and so did WWE. Well, crazier, because WWE had to already be crazy to have a Wrestlemania over 7 HOURS LONG. Here's the card:

Buddy Murphy (c) vs Tony Nese, Cruiserweight Championship (pre-show)

Women's Battle Royal (pre-show)

The Revival (c) vs Hawkins & Ryder, Raw Tag Championships (pre-show)

Andre the Giant Battle Royal (pre-show)

Brock Lesnar (c) Seth Rollins, Universal Championship

AJ Styles vs Randy Orton

The Uso's (c) vs Black & Ricochet vs Rusev & Nakamura vs The Bar, SD Tag Championships

Shane McMahon vs The Miz, Falls Count Anywhere

Boss N Hug Connection (c) vs IIconics vs Nia & Tamina vs Phoenix & Natalya, Women's Tag Championships

Daniel Bryan (c) vs Kofi Kingston, WWE Championship

Samoa Joe (c) vs Rey Mysterio, US Championship

Roman Reigns vs Drew McIntyre

Triple H vs Batista, No Holds Barred

Baron Corbin vs Kurt Angle

Bobby Lashley (c) vs Finn Balor, IC Championship

Ronda Rousey (c) vs Charlotte Flair (c) vs Becky Lynch, Raw & SD Women's Championships


There is some good stuff in here, most notably Bryan vs Kofi but on such a big card a lot of it just feels like filler. Plus the exhausted crowd couldn't be excited for Lynch's crowning moment which is unfortunate. 2 nights of Wrestlemania would have solved that problem. WWE, this is how its done.


Let's start with Night 1 and the only pre-show match being a Cruiserweight battle royal. Throw out all of the 205 Live lads out there and give them 10-15 minutes to get their spots in and have some fun. Tony Nese can still walk out with the title, last eliminating previous champion Buddy Murphy. Nese was building momentum and he deserved the title win.


The main show opens with Paul Heyman marching out to the ring and doing the whole "if we're not on last, then we're going first". Brock Lesnar makes his entrance and he awaits his opponent...Bobby Lashley. When big Bob returned to WWE, the first immediate dream match we talked about was Lesnar vs Lashley due to their similar paths into MMA and their meaty mass. When Lashley debuts just after Wrestlemania 34 he should immediately be paired with Lio Rush as his mouthpiece. He also should not get into a feud over his "sisters" with Sami Zayn. Awful. Lashley goes on a run of dominance throughout 2018 enough to earn himself a Universal Championship match against Braun Strowman for Summerslam. After the singles match is announced, Lesnar & Heyman return demanding that the richest, most prized MMA star of all time be entered into the match too. Lesnar gets his wish and we get a 3-way. In that match we get teases of a Lesnar vs Lashley match Strowman is always around to be involved. Both men had chances they could have won the match with, but they kept stopping each other from winning. The simmering rivalry between the two MMA beasts provides Strowman with a chance to hit a powerslam and pin Lashley to retain. Lesnar does eventually win the championship ahead of Survivor Series so we can have Lesnar vs Bryan still. At the Royal Rumble a big singles match is scheduled, Lesnar defending the championship against Lashley in a first time ever singles match. They have a match mixed with power moves and MMA wrestling, a very even contest until Lashley locks Lesnar in his own Kimura finisher. Lesnar struggles and cannot escape his own hold, so he sneakily drives his knee into the cock and balls of Lashley to break it. One more F5 and Lesnar retains. As he celebrates his victory, here comes Lashley to enact some revenge with a chair in hand. He absolutely BATTERS the beast and leaves him wounded in the ring. Then, we hear the music of the 2018 Money in the Bank winner...Finn Balor. He is flanked by The Club as he cashes in. They put the boots into Lesnar before the bell rings, Balor hits a Coup de Grace and defeats Lesnar to win his second Universal Championship. Lesnar and Lashley get into an uncontrollable brawl on the following Raw, leading to a double suspension and a no contact clause put in place ahead of their scheduled rematch at Wrestlemania. In their rematch, it is another hoss fest with MMA involved plus the tensions of a heated rivalry. Lesnar has a Kimura lock in this time, but Lashley overpowers it. It is here where Lashley debuts his hurt lock finisher, the full Nelson. Lesnar struggles in the hold for a long period of time. The referee asks if he quits, Lesnar sticks both middle fingers out in defiance as he slowly fades and passes out. Lashley wins by referee stoppage.


We move on now to a 6-woman ladder match for a new championship. Fuck the Women's Tag Championships, they're cursed and are probably the least prestigious Championship WWE have released recently except for maybe the 24/7 title. We're not getting Women's tag belts, however I will have a secondary Women's Championship to share between Raw & Smackdown. We'll call it the Evolutionary Championship. 6 women win contender matches to take part and they are; Carmella, Ember Moon, Naomi, Ruby Riot, Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville. I think this would be quite a nice match. We can tease early tensions between Sonya & Mandy, Naomi can do some cool athletic spots. At the end of it, the winner should be Ember Moon because she deserves it plus as a small consolation prize you'll understand why later on.


In 2018, Drew McIntyre re-emerged on the main roster as Dolph Ziggler's new muscle. Seeing this, comparisons were immediately drawn to the Dudes with Attitude pairing of Shawn Michaels and Diesel. They should have leaned into that more, so I will. Ziggler has his feud with Rollins over the IC title but it is actually McIntyre who eventually beats Rollins and holds the IC championship. Then, Dolph & Drew win the Raw Tag Championships and Drew is now a double champion. At Survivor Series in the Raw vs Smackdown men's match, both men are on team Raw. Ziggler accidentally superkicks Drew and Drew is eliminated from the match. The tensions grow between them as rumours circulate that Ziggler is jealous of Drew and wants his IC championship. Ziggler denies this and promises he is loyal to the big man. At the Rumble, Ziggler & Drew drop their tag Championships to The Revival after some miscommunication. Drew's trust for Ziggler completely breaks and he snaps, brutally attacking Ziggler. He hits him with 4 Future Shock DDTs back to back. Drew claims Ziggler needs him to remain relevant and he is far superior. Ziggler returns after a brief hiatus to sell the attack, looking to get some revenge. If all of this sounds familiar, it's because this is very close to how I booked HBK vs Diesel for Wrestlemania 11. Ziggler & Drew can have a good match together and I would have Drew retain because he needs it more than Dolph does. He can hold on to that title for a little longer.


Next is a 4 team tag match for the SD Tag Championships, similar to what was booked in real life. The Uso's defend against The Bar, The New Day (Woods & Big E) and Aleister Black & Ricochet who are new to the main roster. It was good fun and I'd actually have Black & Ricochet score the victory here. I can't think of a better way than to put over two recently promoted stars than a big championship win at Wrestlemania.


Braun Strowman wins the Universal Championship at Wrestlemania 34 and has a nice solid reign until Hell in a Cell where he loses the title to Brock Lesnar inside Hell in a Cell in part due to a small assist by a ghost of Brauns past. After a "power outage" Bray Wyatt appears in the ring and attacks his former follower, allowing Lesnar to defeat Braun for the title. At this time however, Wyatt is still part of the face team Deleters of Worlds with Matt Hardy. On Raw Braun finds Bray and attacks him for what happened but Wyatt has no recollection of the events. After a discussion with Broken Matt Hardy, Bray realises that his dark spirit is beginning to return to his vessel and he needs another exorcism. This leads a segment on Raw called the 'Exorcism of Bray Wyatt'. At the Hardy compound, Braun and Matt tie up Bray Wyatt and ask him to let in his evil spirit willingly. Early reference to "let him in". Wyatt does and becomes an evil entity once more. They try and cleanse his soul by defeating him but this time, Wyatt has returned much stronger. He overcomes both Braun and Matt and escapes the Hardy Compound. Wyatt is off TV for a little while but he returns in the lead up to Wrestlemania as fully heel once again, targeting and attacking Braun Strowman. "I don't forget, my black sheep. You abandoned me, you left your family in the dirt and for that, I still have to deliver your karma. The Eater of Worlds is back, and you are next to be devoured." The nature of the feud sets up a Falls Count Anywhere match so that these two beefs can fight all over the stadium. Bray Wyatt does win the match, going 6-0 at Wrestlemania but that's not the end. "I'm not finished with you!' Says Braun. He continues to deliver the punishment to Bray, they make their way up to an elevated platform. Braun has him up and jumps with a HUGE powerslam down to the floor (protected obviously). Braun manages to get to his feet but Wyatt is in a very bed way, he is carted off by medical staff. Wyatt can be awol whilst we begin to tease and introduce the Fiend character.


Asuka walked out of Wrestlemania 34 as the SD Women's champion and she holds it throughout 2018. On the other brand, Ronda Rousey has made waves with good matches and has won the Raw Women's Championship. This sets up a big champion vs champion match at Survivor Series which Asuka wins, handing Ronda her first loss after a reversal into a pin. Ronda reacts poorly to her first loss and attacks Asuka. She "breaks" the arm of Asuka after the match and leaves her for dead so that the 2018 Women's MITB winner can cash in in her. That person would be...Ember Moon. She cashes in and defeats Asuka, being the first person to do so in WWE. This plays in nicely with their last match in NXT together when Moon had Asuka beat and the Empress had to cheat to keep her title. Moon is the first person to heat Asuka, although the situation is dubious and can be called in for a rematch in the future. Asuka takes some time off but returns at Elimination Chamber to cost Ronda her Raw Women's Championship to Sasha Banks, setting up a big singles rematch between the two. The result can go whichever you would like, but since Ronda disappears from WWE for a while after this I would put Asuka over.


The main event is Daniel Bryan defending his WWE Championship against Kofi Kingston. It was an awesome match and nesr perfect storytelling. A couple of things I'd change. Kofi didn't need to lose to The Bar in a handicap match, but if it's the whole "stacking the odds" thing then at least get a proper match out of it so kofi looks resilient. Also, maybe we shouldn't touch on the whole racist thing again WWE. There were some similarities to the Booker T vs HHH feud here and I just don't think it was part of the story. Maybe I'm wrong, I'm not black, but I think the story was more about Kofi personally not getting the chances he's owed rather than his race. KofiMania runs wild, keep everything else because it was the best thing on the show by far.


Night 2 now, the pre-show match is the Chyna Memorial Battle Royal. You know what, I'd actually give the win here to Dana Brooke. She had really improved as a worker by this point and she is a local to New York. She got some good crowd reactions. A nice moment for her to get a major win at Wrestlemania.


Ahead of Wrestlemania 35 at Ric Flair's birthday celebration, we have the WWE return of Batista and an Evolution reunion with all 4 men in the ring together. The good vibes are quickly stamped out at the arrival of Raw's top faction; The OC. AJ Styles, Universal champion Finn Balor, Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows swarm the ring and attacks all of the wrestling veterans. The OC feel insulted that any time would be given talking about these washed up has beens when they have been the biggest and best faction in WWE history. Batista says he has one last match left in him and he wouldn't think of a better way to go out than alongside the men who kickstarted his career. At Wrestlemania for one night only, Evolution are back to kick some ass. We get a 6-man tag match to open the show and its very competitive. Usually you would want to put over the younger, more active team but honestly I think Evolution winning here is the right choice. A feel good send off for Batista who retires after this match and will be entered into the Hall of Fame eventually.


Last WWE matches are the theme of this show and we have another one next. After Ambrose returns significantly more hench than we last saw him, the Shield reunite briefly until Roman Reigns unfortunately takes a leave of absence due to his Leukaemia. On the same night, Dean Ambrose breaks down and turns heel on Rollins in that amazing bit of booking, the perfect time to execute the turn. Ambrose was the last person left to turn heel on his brothers. His whole reasoning being that he has always stayed as loyal as he can and it has not reaped the rewards. He feels that he is an afterthought compared to the other 2 and that is unfair. He declares that the Shield is dead and they are to him too. Ambrose can feud and beat Seth Rollins towards the end of 2018 but that's not what Ambrose wants. He has already beaten Rollins before. One man he has not beaten in a singles match is Roman Reigns. Once Reigns returns from his hiatus, he is immediately targeted by Ambrose who warns him to stay home and not come back. Reigns refuses so Ambrose keeps attacking him. Ambrose cannot stand that he hasn't beaten Reigns so he sets up the challenge at Wrestlemania. One final time, Ambrose vs Reigns. The loser must leave WWE. Of course at this point Ambrose is AEW bound but we shouldn't make it publicly known that his contract is expiring. Reigns once again defeats Ambrose, Ambrose bows out at Wrestlemania and that is his last match for the company. Give him some time off screen before he shows up in Tony Khan's playhouse.


We have another 4-team tag match this time for the Raw Tag Championships. The Revival defend against B Team, Hawkins & Ryder and Heavy Machinery. Its another fun tag showcase, as much as I love Hawkins and Ryder, I love the Revival more and I would like them to retain please and thank you.


After winning the Andre the Giant memorial at Wrestlemania 34, Chad Gable goes on a hot streak throughout 2018 racking up a solid number of wins. When interviewed about his recent momentum he put its down to his "newfound intensity". His form is good enough to earn him a US Championship shot against Samoa Joe who returned after Wrestlemania 34 and almost immediately reclaimed the title he vacated. Samoa Joe says it'll require a hell of a lot more than intensity to take the title away from him. They have a match for the US title in late 2018, Samoa Joe has Gable defeated with is coquina clutch but Gable uses his intelligence to roll into a pinning position, using both feet on the ropes for extra leverage and the victory for his first singles championship. The following Smackdown, Chad Gable holds a special ceremony where he stands upon a podium and the championship is placed around him. Many former US champions are invited to be in attendance for this "historical" moment. Gable says that he wouldn't be able to accomplish this success without 3 things. Intensity, integrity and intelligence. He talks about his rise from Olympic star to WWE star and his meteoric rise has only just begun. Of course, this is blatantly a copy of Angle's old character in his early WWE days. Over the following weeks Gable wrestles more aggressively and starts finishing matches either with an Angle Slam (renamed as the Gable Slam) or the Ankle lock. This brings back Kurt Angle for an appearance on Smackdown where he applauds Gable's work, he's a huge fan, but advises that Gable can only go so far as a Kurt Angle Tribute act. Gable feels disrespected, slaps Angle and walks away. Angle mouths to him "you're lucky I'm retired". There's talk about Angle stepping in the ring with Gable but Angle says that after his Wrestlemania 34 match going down very well, he's happy for that to be his bow out moment. Gable mocks Angle calling him too old and weak to step into the ring with him, now Gable is really starting to turn into a naughty heel. The following week Angle is back and apologises to Gable, saying they got off on the wrong foot. He wants to show Gable some photos he has that Gable might like. It's photos of Gable competing at the Olympics! How lovely, except on the back of the cards Angle has written jokes at Chad's expense, calling him a loser or whatever. A tribute to when Edge did the very same to Kurt in 2002. Gable is very angry when he realises what has been done and he looks for revenge. In December we're celebrating Angle's birthday with some of his friends and rivals over the years. It's a wholesome segment but it is crashed by Chad Gable who cheapshots him with a chair to the neck, a very notable injury of Kurt's. Gable revels in his actions, calling himself the real suplex machine now that Angle is gone for good. Gable is confronted by Shane McMahon ahead of the Rumble. "Me and Kurt may have rarely seen eye to eye, but he was a far greater man and wrestler than you are". Shane challenges Gable at the Rumble to a Street Fight, shades of King of the Ring 2001. During that match we see Gable decimate Shane, suplexing him threw sugar glass like Kurt once did. Gable wins and Shane requires medical attention for the beating he recieved. Gable hosts a memorial service where he honours the lives and careers of Shane McMahon and Kurt Angle. Two WWE icons that within the space of a month, Gable has destroyed and ran out of the company. He is interrupted mid-promo by the sounding of a car horn. Driving through backstage down towards the ring is a milk truck. Kurt Angle is at the wheel. He emerges on top of the truck and douses Gable with a jet stream of milk. Angle gets in and drops him with an Angle Slam. Ahead of Wrestlemania, Kurt Angle understands Gable is trying to be the next version of him, but that simply cannot happen. There is only one Kurt freaking Angle and he is going to prove it. At Wrestlemania 35, Kurt will have his last ever match and he wants to go out wrestling the future. "If you can beat me at mat wrestling, then maybe you deserve to be the new Olympic hero around here." Kurt Angle vs US champion Chad Gable, no title on the line, the final Kurt Angle match. It is a match that never leaves the ring, both men go at it with wrestling holds and counters, both trying to gain leverage over the other. Gable is younger, faster and better conditioned than Angle is. But Kurt is the wise veteran who always finds a way to stay in the match. The finish comes as Angle has countered into his ankle lock finish, Gable manages to reverse into his own Ankle lock and drops down to his back, really clinching it. Angle struggles and tries his hardest to counter or escape, but he cannot. Angle not only loses his last match, but he taps out to his own submission finisher. Gable celebrates up the ramp whilst Angle is given some time in the ring to say thank you and goodbye. A love letter feud to Angle's career plus a new star is established.


Yesterday I created Money Club featuring Finn Balor, AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson and defacto leader Shane McMahon. Following Wrestlemania 34, the faction move over to Raw and are separated from Shane, the group are renamed to the OC. Without a set leader, tensions rise between Styles and Balor who both look to claim role of leader. They seem to agree to co-run the faction together, but Balor is positioned as the leader when he was the MITB briefcase. Balor wins back the Universal Championship via cash in at the Royal Rumble and his first title defence is a singles match against Seth Rollins at Elimination Chamber. Rollins has it won a couple times but the OC are around to keep Balor in the match and retain his title. Balor is set up to face the winner of the Royal Rumble, Samoa Joe, running back their NXT feud. Rollins feels he deserves to be part of the Universal title match and he gets a victory over Samoa Joe at Fastlane to earn himself a Universal match too, making it a triple threat match. Balor vs Joe vs Rollins? Sounds pretty awesome to me. Give them 15+ minutes and expect a banger. Samoa Joe ends the match with a muscle buster to Rollins for the win and his first WWE World championship. Joe deserved a world title run and Rollins' 2019 face run was pretty bad and achieved nothing. This way Joe can have a run of dominance throughout 2019.


Following the whole Exorcism of Bray Wyatt went tits up, Matt Hardy is at a loss over what happened and refuses to believe the reality of the situation. Matt believes that what they did worked and Bray Wyatt is now at his best. Matt seems to be unravelling more and more over the incident, always muttering "I fixed him I fixed him" to himself. His brother Jeff appeals to him "Matt, you have proven just how amazing and WONDERFUL your broken brilliance is. However, it is destroying you. You're making less and less sense and becoming more erratic and unpredictable. You have to let it go." Matt refuses, insulted that Brother Nero would even suggest that they destroy what has saved their careers. Matt won't stop, "you'll have to destroy me" he says. Jeff is willing to do whatever it takes to save his brother from himself. We get Matt Hardy vs Jeff Hardy. Brother vs Brother. A Deletion Finale. Jeff arrives at the Hardy compound on his motorbike. It has seen better days. There is piles of rubbish throughout the grounds, mounds of old memorabilia and past wrestling costumes all scattered and torn. Jeff gazes in amazement as he hears a "psst" coming from nearby. A hooded man reveals himself to be Senor Benjamin in hiding. He explains that Matt has been really spiralling to the point that he fired Benjamin some time ago as being a business decision. It is up to Jeff to break the hold Matt has on himself before he destroys himself. Jeff asks how he can break this spell to which Benjamin replies "do you remember how this all started?" Jeff makes his way into the Hardy home and tells Matt to relinquish his broken brilliance. Matt refuses and they end up brawling around the house. They use picture frames, musical equipment, replica title belts. The lot. They fight up towards the bedroom. Matt has a shard of wood in his hands and threatens to spike Jeff with it but it is snatched away from him by his own wife, Reby Sky. She pleads with Matt to let go. "NO! Without my broken brilliance I am nothing. We are nothing. We will be obsolete!" Jeff spears Matt out of the window, down to the outside. Obviously we have stunt men, crash mats and more in place for this segment/match. The brother fight outside and Matt once again looks to seriously maim Jeff using fireworks but this time Jeff is protected by Skarsgard, the dilapidated boat. The boat shields Jeff from harm and gives him time to escape and hide. Matt is hunting down Brother Nero in the darkness. He finds an ominous glowing light ahead of him and standing in front of the light is his son, King Maxell. Max tells his dad that what lies ahead is the end, whatever that ends up being. He asks if he is sure he wants to go? Matt feels compelled to. Matt walks towards the light and comes out the other side into an empty arena. There is a wrestling ring and stood in the middle of it is Jeff. "Do you recognise this place Matt? We wrestled here once almost 3 years ago. We hated each other so much and I risked it all to spite you and defeat you. What was a great moment for me back then, now feels like a cursed memory. So much has happened for better or worse since then and it has gotten out of control. Here is where it began and here is where it will end." They are at Universal Studios, Florida. Where Impact Wrestling is taped. Here in 2016, the two Hardy's wrestled to a no contest in an I Quit after a Swanton bomb through a table "broke" Matt. The broken saga begins here and Jeff aims to end it here. They fight some more inside the empty arena but Jeff eventually gets the advantage. He flies down from above with a Swanton, through Matt and through a table. Jeff is the only one conscious. He calls an ambulance to pick them both up. He says Broken Matt has been deleted. This ties a nice bow around the Broken saga which has run its course a little by now, at least in WWE. Bring it back for AEW if you want but it never felt the same. Matt can take some time off and either return and reform the Hardy's or even begin a new singles career path.


The main event of night 2 of Wrestlemania is the Four Horsewomen 4-way for both the Raw and Smackdown Women's Championships. Crazy that they only ran this match once and it happened in NXT. So Summerslam 2018 it is Asuka who successfully defends her SD Women's title against Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch, Charlotte getting herself inserted into the match via politics. Lynch has it won but Charlotte tries to steal the win for herself. The tensions between Becky and Charlotte reach their limit and Lynch assaults her in that awesome, almost incidental double turn they had. Lynch has her feud with Charlotte as usual but without the title. During this time, Asuka has dropped her Women's championship to Ember Moon vi's cash in but Moon only holds on to the title for a short while. At TLC, Bayley (who moves to Smackdown post Wrestlemania 34) defeats Moon to become the SD Women's champion. The 2019 Royal Rumble plays out similarly, Lynch loses a title match on the card but later she is added to the Rumble match subbing for an injured Lana. Lynch wins the Rumble match last eliminating Charlotte. Charlotte takes exception to this and appeals to senior management (Vince McMahon) and whilst not the official Rumble winner she will be given the same benefits Lynch recieves. Neither person make their choice until after Sasha Banks wins the Raw Women's Championship. Charlotte decides to choose Bayley whilst Becky decides to choose...both? She feels like she is the most underrated and under-appreciated menber if the Four Horsewomen and she challenges them all to step in the ring and prove ine and for all, who is the best of them. All the women are up for the challenge with both titles on the line. We have an epic 20 minute 4-woman main event. We can have story elements of all 4 women come together. Lynch & Banks reforming their short alliance from NXT, Charlotte and Sasha re-igniting their feud, Bayley & Sasha crossing paths in the ring for the first time since the previous Mania. Eventually the winner of course is still the Man Becky Lynch, who has been wanting to get her hands on a championship for quite some time. We still get Becky Two Belts, we still get an amazing Women's main event and we get all of that in front of a crowd that hasn't been put to sleep.


Here is a quick card recap:

Night 1

Cruiserweight battle royal (pre-show)

Brock Lesnar vs Bobby Lashley

Carmella vs Ember Moon vs Naomi vs Ruby Riot vs Mandy Rose vs Sonya Deville, Evolutionary Championship

Dolph Ziggler (c) vs Drew McIntyre, IC Championship

The Usos (c) vs Heavy Machinery vs Aleister Black & Ricochet vs New Day, SD Tag Championships

Braun Strowman vs Bray Wyatt, Falls Count Anywhere

Asuka vs Ronda Rousey

Daniel Bryan (c) vs Kofi Kingston, WWE Championship


Night 2

Chyna Memorial Battle Royal (pre-show)

The OC vs Evolution

Dean Ambrose vs Roman Reigns, loser leaves

The Revival (c) vs B-Team, Hawkins & Ryder, The Bar, Raw Tag Championships

Kurt Angle vs Chad Gable

Finn Balor (c) vs Samoa Joe vs Seth Rollins, Universal

Matt Hardy vs Jeff Hardy, A Deletion Finale

Sasha Banks (Raw) vs Bayley (SD) vs Charlotte Flair vs Becky Lynch, Winner Takes All


How did I do? Trying to book 2 nights of wrestling is significantly more work I've realised but I'm glad to not be booking ridiculous 16 match cards. They're exhausting. Tune in tomorrow for a Coronavirus flashback as we look at Wrestlemania 36. See you then!

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