WWE’s WrestleMania 33 is on the horizon and fans still don’t have a clear picture what to expect following the Show of Shows. The fact of the matter is a lot is riding on the “Ultimate Thrill Ride” this year. Roman Reigns is poised to take on The Undertaker in what could be the Dead Man’s final match. Many fans are rather torn up about that fact too, as they should be. If Roman is able to beat and possibly retire The Dead Man, it would spell a big change in dynamic for Roman’s character.
Before all the commotion with Taker and Reigns took center-stage, Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns were butting heads. Even though Roman got a clean win over The Monster Among Men at WWE Fastlane, word is they’re not done yet. Braun Strowman has even made attempts to push himself in the middle of the current program with Roman and Taker, but it was to no avail.
CageSideSeats is reporting the rumors are Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman’s feud is expected to carry on after WrestleMania and WWE is going right back to these two colliding. Of course, this report would bring up an obvious question of what the plans for the Universal Title are after WrestleMania. After all, Braun and Roman were the two prime candidates to go after Raw’s big belt after Mania.
Goldberg and Brock Lesnar’s feud isn’t likely to go past Orlando on April 2nd as Goldberg has even been hinting recently his WWE run is probably over after that. Therefore, someone needs to be able to step up and challenge whoever holds the Universal Title. Previous rumors said it was going to be either Reigns or Strowman who would be stepping up, but these new rumblings could change that.
But, as it stands right now it looks like we can expect more of the same from WWE. Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman are great entertainers though and represent WWE’s future. They also work well together and put on some really good matches when given the time. So it would be a logical decision to let them settle their unfinished business.
On a similar note on WrestleMania, Braun Strowman is expected to win the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. But that shouldn’t come as a big surprise.
We’ll just have to see what WWE has in store for us at WrestleMania and beyond. Because as always, you never know what can happen in WWE.