Vince McMahon unhappy over WrestleMania plans for two big matches



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Vince McMahon unhappy over WrestleMania plans for two big matches

The WrestleMania Pay Per View is considered by both WWE and all fans of Vince McMahon's company as the most anticipated and important event that occurs every year. This year we are talking about an even more awaited edition given that this Pay per View will be divided into two evenings and after about a year of absence it will again see the presence of the public in the stands.

WWE is working to present a very high level event and day after day, week after week, we see the evolution of the card that the company wants to make. On Monday, we saw an important step with the title change regarding the WWE Championship on Monday Night Raw where Bobby Lashley literally disintegrated The Miz and won the WWE Champion title for the first time in his career.

The meeting between Lashley and Drew McIntyre at Wrestlemania 37 appears increasingly plausible with The Scottish Psychopath which, at the end of the match, launched the challenge to The All Mighty.

Vince McMahon wanted to keep WrestleMania plans a secret

Recently, sensational updates reported by Sportskeeda Wrestling colleagues have been going crazy: according to latest rumors, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon is said to be furious at the news that two matches now agreed for WrestleMania 37 came out before the company made them known.

It is now known that several sources close to the company confirmed the Wrestlemania 37 match between Edge and Roman Reigns well before WWE announced it. This choice angered the owner of the company as we are talking about the main or at least one of the main cartel matches of the event.

A similar situation concerns the Tag Team Match planned between The Miz and John Morrison against Priest and Bad Bunny, which in fact hinted that WWE would have taken the title from The A-Lister tonight. Vince McMahon wanted to keep these plans secret and asked that such situations be avoided in the future.

In addition to these two matches, the future plans of the WWE are not well known, which wants to keep the Wrestlemania 37 card secret as much as possible. Although certain matches can be predicted given the build on RAW and SmackDown, it is never good for business if fans already know what the outcome will be.

Since the plans for Edge challenging Roman Reigns had been leaked, it was expected that Edge would not target Drew McIntyre at Elimination Chamber. Similarly, The Miz losing the WWE Championship on RAW became predictable as fans knew that he would be a part of another match at WrestleMania.