WrestleMania Backlash is the next WWE PPV, following WrestleMania, the most important McMahon home event of the year, which this year has made many fans happy despite the very good expectations. The first event called Backlash took place back in 1999 and was carried on until 2009, and then had a setback that lasted until 2016, with the simple name of Backlash.
But with WrestleMania over, fans can't wait to see new matches and new rivalries, and with the arrival of Backlash, this could be the beginning of it all. With Roman undisputed champion, Charlotte who has now got rid of Ronda and Bianca Belair the new Raw champion, surely the basics are not lacking.
But where and when will this eagerly awaited WWE show take place?
The latest news on WrestleMania Backlash
As per a report by PWInsider, local advertisements have shown that Lesnar, Reigns, Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Ronda Rousey will be a part of next month's premium live event.
Another report had earlier stated that Lesnar would be at the upcoming WrestleMania Backlash as well as Money in the Bank, which is scheduled to take place in July. This year's WrestleMania Backlash will take place on May 8 at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Rhode Island.
The show will be held on May 8 at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island. It is the first event and the first Backlash that has been held in this building since 2009. With more than a month in advance, WWE has not yet selected any type of match for this date and consequently there is still no official information about it, but according to the latest rumors coming from the United States, the federation would have already concluded the plans and would have everything ready.
Will there already be a new challenger from Roman Reigns? Or will the Tribal Chief have a hiatus for a PPV after the tremendous work done over the past two years? What is certain is that, as mentioned before, the WWE can count on a great starting point, also considering the infinite possibilities that can be given away by athletes like Cody Rhodes, who has recently returned to the federation that launched it, which would seem to be ready to give it an important role over time.
A time that however started from the last episode of Raw and that will continue also with Backlash, where he could face and beat a new challenger, given the apparent "peace made" with Seth Rollins, who, however, we remember being an athlete who cannot be never really trusted.