With a week to go until Wrestlemania 34, which is also dubbed the “party of the year”, the final matches are being announced, with most recently, Daniel Bryan being medically cleared and confirmed a match with Shane McMahon vs Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Rowdy Ronda Rousey will be teaming up with RAW General Manager Kurt Angle, and will be taking on Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. We’re keen to see how Asuka and Charlotte Flair turns out, along with Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns. The card is packed, and there are two (male and female) Battle Royale’s as well. We anticipate the men’s Battle Royale will be on the pre-Mania show, along with the 205 fight to determine the new Cruiserweight Champion.
So how did John Cena manage to get into the main event at Wrestlemania 34? Many fans will be highly disappointed with the news, especially as AJ Styles vs Shinsuke Nakamura is a dream match for any fan. Cena did the favours on both RAW and Smackdown on the road to Wrestlemania, which landed well with the WWE universe, and the owner Vince McMahon. In return, Vince McMahon has granted John Cena one last huge Wrestlemania moment before he officially announces he’s signing a part-time contract (much like Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker). Cena’s been involved with the movie Ferdinand among other external commitments.
Why didn’t Cena vs Undertaker at Wrestlemania happen? Taker has allegedly refused to put Cena over at Mania, despite already losing twice to Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. There’s rumours of backstage politics and fallout, along with Cena’s off-script promo’s being a little too close to home for the dead man. It’s rumoured that The Undertaker isn’t completely finished just yet, but wants his dream retirement match to be against his kayfabe brother Kane. This will probably happen at Wrestlemania 35 as there’s only a week to go before the PPV, and little story line has lead up to that feud (other than Kane taking on Cena).
If you’ve read the entire article without skipping to this last paragraph then thank you. Otherwise, you’ve been April Fooled. We are really looking forward to watching Wrestlemania 34 and hope you are too.