Who will be the challengers of the champions at WrestleMania 38?



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Who will be the challengers of the champions at WrestleMania 38?

A little while ago we let you know that according to what has been revealed in the last hours by the well-known Wrestling Observer site, through the daily newsletter of Dave Meltzer, we learn that apparently, the WWE would have had some grandiose plans for Sasha Banks in view of the Royal Rumble and then consequently in view of WrestleMania 38.

It is not known at the moment what is trashed and whatnot, although Banks will almost certainly miss WrestleMania, according to Meltzer, is that WWE had thought of yet another Charlotte Flair vs Sasha Banks for Mania. But of course, we still have two champions left to analyze, namely Becky Lynch and Roman Reigns, who should apparently carry their belts to the biggest WWE show of the year.

New details on WrestleMania 38

“The original plans for WrestleMania 38 were for the big four title matches to be Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar for the Universal title, Rollins as WWE champion who would defend the title with one of Big E, Bobby Lashley or Kevin Owens, but probably in general whoever wins the Rumble and Big E was the favorite, Charlotte Flair vs.

Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair,” said Meltzer. The reporter also believes Brock Lesnar would have won the Universal Championship on pay-per-view Day 1 if he had had his match with Roman Reigns, although he can't say for sure of course.

On Charlotte Flair, of course, even more answers are sought since the situation with The Boss is really uncertain, but there is even talk of a fight against Bayley who could return to the Royal Rumble and win it by going to challenge one of his colleagues in the Four Horsewomen.

Bayley's is certainly a highly rated comeback in the wrestling world, but with all these injuries there are always strong doubts and a lot of uncertainty. We just have to wait and see how these last few weeks will evolve and above all how the two Rumble will go which this year, even with some favorite names, are full of uncertainty.

The SmackDown Women's Champion has no ongoing feud right now. The Queen will be taking part in the Royal Rumble match despite being a champion already. However, WWE has plans for her to face Sasha Banks at the show. Despite Sasha Banks' recent absence from Smackdown due to a leg injury, she is expected to return before WrestleMania.

The report stated that if the plan between Flair and Banks seems to be in jeopardy then Bayley could be a viable alternative as well.