Potential WWE WrestleMania 36 Plans With Harlem Heat If They Return
One of the much-anticipated returns could take place at WWE Royal Rumble 2020 when a cult WCW tag team will be back on board.
As reported earlier, The Revival challenged Harlem Heat to make an in-ring return for a match at the upcoming PPV. The confrontation happened at TLC in December setting up one of the most interesting lineups of this time.
There have been speculations whether this was a ‘work’ to make a fool out of the fans. But the recent updates confirmed that the match is indeed in the pipeline.
This is why the two-time WWE Hall of Famer Booker T has given WWE one week’s time to inform him about their Royal Rumble 2020 PPV plans. This is to confirm whether the official plan on doing Harlem Heat vs. The Revival at the event.
Chances are pretty high to see this match at this point since Royal Rumble emanates from the hometown of Booker T in Houston, Texas. Plus, a reliable source provided some insider scoops about WWE’s potential plans around Harlem Heat that could extend up to WrestleMania 36.
According to Slice Wrestling, if Booker T and his brother Stevie Ray does reach a deal with WWE, then the backstage plan is to do two matches with them.
One of them would be against The Revival, where the Harlem Heat would be winning. The second one would take place at WrestleMania 36 against The Street Profits.
Apparently, this could be a “passing of the torch” match where the legendary team will digest a loss to put over the upcoming flag-bearers of WWE’s tag team division.
Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins were said to be engaged in a tag title program around WrestleMania 36 as per the earlier updates against The OC. But that could change if WWE can bring Harlem Heat back on TV after two decades.
Meanwhile, here’s Booker T’s reactions on waiting for WWE’s invitation on his Hall of Fame podcast,
“I’m still waiting on my invitation. Look, bro, if I would’ve gotten it, I would tell you. I have not gotten my invitation yet, and the thing is, if they don’t tell me in the next week, I ain’t doing it. They’re on the clock. So I’m putting this out there right now.
If they don’t let me know within the next seven days, don’t call, because I’m gonna stop training after that. I’ll stop putting in real hard work. Don’t call me at the last minute and I’m not ready. Don’t call me at the last minute because I need time to…my mind gotta be right going into this thing. I gotta be focused.
I don’t wanna put in all that work for nothing.”
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