What are the current plans for WrestleMania?

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What are the current plans for WrestleMania?

In the first weeks of 2022, WWE has enacted several big changes, including the victory of Brock Lesnar, of his umpteenth world title, on the first day of the year, in the ppv of the company called Day One. Due to Roman Reigns' positivity to the world pandemic virus, Lesnar was in fact included in the Fatal 4 Way valid for the WWE Championship, with The Beast Incarnate beating all the competition, going to win what had become in all respects a Fatal 5 Way, instead of fighting against Reigns in the match valid for the Universal title.

In all of this, however, the plans for the Monday Night Raw world title have been completely changed, with the initial winner being Seth Rollins, who was eventually moved to Friday Night Smackdown, in a feud with the champion of the game.

show blue, the Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns. As per a report by WrestleVotes, WWE legitimately doesn't have a plan in place for Bobby Lashley's title at WrestleMania 38. Bobby Lashley won the WWE title for the second time in his career by defeating Brock Lesnar.

Roman Reigns' interference plus Paul Heyman's betrayal led to Lesnar losing his title.

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As revealed by Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, WWE had very important plans for either Big E or Lashley in WrestleMania 38, with one of the most likely going to fight for a chance to win the world title.

Raw in that of the Showcase of the Immortals, against the reigning champion that should have been Seth Rollins. In his latest newsletter, Meltzer said: "Fatal 4 Way was originally created to overthrow Seth, yes. And my impression, from the way things turned out, was that both Big E and Bobby Lashley were ready to go against him at Wrestlemania." Although there is nothing official or confirmed by WWE internal sources, the construction of the two athletes was clearly among the best on the roster, a sign that the two could have had big plans ahead of the Showcase of the Immortals, if the positivity by Roman Reigns had not come like a bolt from the blue in the week of New Years, upsetting all the plans of the company.

Lashley later won a #1 contenders match for Lesnar's title, and the dream encounter was made official. Here's what The Almighty said about finally getting to face Lesnar: “I think with a fight like this, it could be something that drags on for day and night.

It’s one of those ones, I’m prepared for either, and I kind of welcome either. You know, of course, if I go and I drop him at the beginning and I turn to you and then you come and run and put that title on, it’ll be a great feeling.

But at the same time, it’s one of those things where you see Superman getting a piece of that kryptonite and just start getting weaker and weaker and you see Brock getting weaker and weaker and I slap the Hurt Lock in him as he’s completely broke down."