Already yesterday evening, we reported how within the WWE backstage, at the moment, new rules have come into force, which prevent different insiders and different wrestlers from knowing what are the company's official plans for WrestleMania, to avoid possible deleterious news leaks for the booking of the Stamford-based company, which would thus ruin the surprises for the fans.
The very first match confirmed by Vince McMahon, who was among the first to emerge online as unofficial, was the match valid for the Universal Championship, which will see each other in the main event of the Showcase of the Immortals, the champion in charge Roman Reigns and Royal Rumble winner Edge.
Apparently, after learning that the entire web knew about these plans, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon is said to have gone on a rampage, forcing all of his closest associates to hold a mandatory press blackout and leave in doubt.
more than half the roster, which still does not know what it will do at Wrestlemania.
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Apparently, the WWE Chairman has been trying for years to stop possible leaks in the bud, eliminating the "deep throats" inside the company and always finding a different trick to avoid similar problems.
This year, after seeing the names of Edge and Roman Reigns on any site in the sector, Vince McMahon would therefore have opted not to divulge any type of information, not even to part of the booking team and to the athletes themselves.
As reported in the last few hours by the well-known Wrestling News site, in fact: "Yes, the story is accurate. Vince was very saddened by the words he read about WrestleMania main event, which will see Roman and Edge collide.
I think this was the moment when Vince decided not to give any clues to his wrestlers for future plans." Apparently, even the online release of the news of a possible tag team match between Bad Bunny and Damian Priest against the current WWE Champion The Miz and his friend John Morrison is said to have sent Vince into a rage, given that this match excludes the fact that Miz still has the Monday Night Raw overall champion belt at his waist on the show's show.
Goldberg was originally scheduled to face Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 36, but the match fell through due to Reigns' unplanned hiatus. WWE still has the Fastlane PPV and many episodes of SmackDown to go before WrestleMania.
Fans should ideally expect many twists from the WWE's end. WrestleVotes had reported in January that Goldberg was one of the legends who was almost locked in to wrestle at WrestleMania.