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Three reasons why WWE’s WrestleMania 36 will be incredible


Three reasons why WWE’s WrestleMania 36 will be incredible

There are several reasons why this year’s WrestleMania has the potential to be really outstanding. Even though there is the chance that it will be postponed due to the coronavirus, we will now look at three reasons/matches why WWE’s WrestleMania 36 could be awesome.

Rhea Ripley (C.) vs. Charlotte Flair for the NXT Women’s Championship

The majority of the WWE Universe thinks the same way about Charlotte Flair: she is an awesome wrestler and has great in-ring abilities, but her storylines became a quite flat within the last months and years as she faced always the same women (for example Becky Lynch).

Now, she has with Rhea Ripley finally a new opponent and the Queen looks fresher and more interesting than ever before. The big question is how good Ripley will perform as we know that Charlotte can blow off the rooftop with her performance. However, I’m quite sure that their match will be one of the best we get to see at WrestleMania 36.

The Undertaker vs. AJ Styles

Before I even talk about this match, I need to make one point clear: The Undertaker needs to retire. Already his match against Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 showed that it would be time for him to step away from the ring (and they also sold it like his last match). However, since then we saw some more matches of him which were not good and the one against Goldberg was just horrible.

Due to that, I hope that this will be his last match even though I don’t think that this will be the case. Still, this match will be great due to his opponent AJ Styles. He’s acting currently perfectly as a heel and there is no doubt that he is an incredible athlete. This match won’t go long, but it will live from Styles’ wrestling qualities and the character of the Deadman.

Brock Lesnar (C.) vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship

The great thing about both matches for the world titles is that the “young” superstars will dethrone the older part-timers. This will mean that we will have the champions every week on WWE’s Raw and SmackDown.

Now, the problem with the match Roman Reigns vs. Goldberg for the Universal Championship is logical that the Big Dog did literally nothing for this title shot except having a horrible feud with King Corbin which lasted about 6 months while the build-up for the match Lesnar vs. McIntyre was and is awesome.

It will be interesting to watch how this match will be since you can’t expect that much from fights in which Lesnar is involved. However, I have the feeling that this one will be quite interesting, and I can’t wait for McIntyre lifting the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 36.


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