WWE already has some interesting plans for WrestleMania 38



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WWE already has some interesting plans for WrestleMania 38

In recent weeks, WWE has begun to build its storyline future in shows that first aired in front of a live audience, with the federation's return to the road leading the McMahons to attract numerous athletes at the moment.

still kept at home for the most disparate reasons, to instead lengthen the list of Superstars that can be put on stage every week. In just seven days, WWE attracted numerous long-absent athletes, such as Keith Lee, John Cena or Bill Goldberg, but also moving people from NXT to the main roster, such as Finn Balor or the absolute champion of the yellow brand, defeated by his debut match against Jeff Hardy, Karrion Kross.

One of the most sensational names that has yet to come back to the rings of the McMahon company, however, is that of The Rock, which together with Brock Lesnar remain the only significant names not yet reviewed on the Stamford-based company's square since the outbreak of the pandemic worldwide, but soon this too could change.

Universal Champion Roman Reigns has been ruling the SmackDown roster ever since his SummerSlam 2020 return and heel turn. WWE has struck gold with The Tribal Chief character and a lot of fans absolutely love this version of Reigns.

WWE's rumored plan for the main event of next year's WrestleMania 38 is for him to go one-on-one against WWE legend The Rock. However, there have been concerns about The Rock working a singles match at The Show of Shows due to injury fears.

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Apparently, WWE would have pointed the finger at the Survivor Series as a great ppv to get the Hollywood actor back to his rings, thus also building a WWE feud against one of the company's flagship Superstars, for the Grandaddy.

of Them All: WrestleMania 38. If the latest rumors speak of the Series as a return date for The Rock, apparently the now certain name for a match at Wrestlemania 38 seems to be instead that of his cousin Roman Reigns, with the well-known overseas journalist, Andrew Zarian, who lately has become the protagonist of several really effective rumors/spoilers, saying: "Anyway, Rock vs Roman, this is the one currently written in pencil for the main event in Dallas.

I mean, Dallas, 100,000 people, we need that damn Rock." Once again the famous family match is given for sure, with a Rock vs Roman Reigns that would really be worth the price of the ticket to Wrestlemania, even on its own in the card of the event.