Why WWE decided to blow up original WrestleMania plans



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Why WWE decided to blow up original WrestleMania plans

In recent weeks, in WWE, there has been a real flurry of news, rumors, changes of plans and storyline changes, which have led the WWE Universe to be more confused and uncertain than ever about what it will attend. at the next edition of WrestleMania, that is number 37, which will be staged by that Raymond James Stadium that was already to host last year's edition, when the world pandemic then canceled all the dreams of the Stamford-based company and those of its fans.

From the beginning of the Road to Wrestlemania, the desire of the Stamford-based company to create something as surprising as possible for this edition of the Showcase of the Immortals was immediately evident, with the inclusion of several important names in the scene titled both on Raw and Smackdown, which have in fact displaced the fans several times.

Not surprisingly, in just two weeks, we have seen two changes titled with the WWE Championship on Monday Night Raw, with The Miz who beat Drew McIntyre and with Bobby Lashley who then, in turn, beat the Awesome One, becoming WWE Champion for the first time in his career.

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Apparently, according to what is reported online by the usual Dave Metlzer through the microphones of the daily Wrestling Observer Newsletter, there would be further news that could soon upset what is the path of the WWE Superstars from now to the show of the shows, with a new ppv approaching, which is Fastlane, which could bring more meat to the fire in view of the most anticipated show of the year.

According to the well-known journalist, if until now the cartel matches of this edition of the Showcase of the Immortals were the following: Edge vs Roman Reigns for the Universal title, Drew McIntyre vs Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship, Asuka vs Charlotte Flair for the Champion title of Raw and Sasha Banks vs Bianca Belair for that of Smackdown, apparently, Vince McMahon would still not be happy.

According to what has been learned from some internal sources, the WWE patron would like to make this edition of the show even more "historic and great" by inserting new important characters within the main storylines of Raw and Smackdown.

With WrestleMania 37 being the first historical WWE ppv that will go live only on the new Peacock TV platform, for this eventuality, Vince would like to do things really big, starting to come up with new hypotheses for the flagship show of his WWE.

At the moment, however, no further information has been given regarding who or what the WWE patron wants to bring on stage, but fans have been warned for the moment.