WWE News: Batista Rejects AEW’s Offer To Compete At Wrestlemania 35
Batista resurfaced on WWE programming on the 1000th episode of Smackdown Live. It was a reunion for the legendary Evolution group. A stable consisting of Triple H, Batista, Ric Flair, and Randy Orton ruled the WWE at one point. They returned to hint another big matchup at Wrestlemania 35 when two of them had an unnecessary confrontation.
The former world champ claimed that Triple H has never beat him in the WWE in singles competition. This statement made their reuniting moment look sour. But WWE planned this moment to set up a match at Wrestlemania. The Animal wanted this one as the last match of his career. He wanted to have a grand send-off at the biggest event of the year.
Triple H suffering a torn pectoral muscle put the match in jeopardy. But recent reports suggested that the match is back on track. Triple H should be fit in time to compete in this match against one of the best friends that he had during his WWE career. He would get the one last chance to defeat Batista in the latter one’s final match.
Cagesideseats.com came up with some big revelations regarding Batista. Rumors were running rampant claiming that he may be going to join All Elite Wrestling refusing a contract from WWE. But the reliable source confirmed that the former world champion rejected the offer from AEW. He will only wrestle for the promotion he calls home.
Additionally, the source suggested that Batista is all set to face Triple H at the grandest stage of them all. The 14-time world champion is still not fully cleared to compete in a match like condition. But he has started training and should get okay in time to compete at Wrestlemania. His veteran instincts should help him to gear up for this big matchup.
WWE will miss Roman Reigns i.e. the poster boy of the company at Wrestlemania. Speculations suggest that The Undertaker and John Cena might also not perform at this year’s ‘Mania in New York. So the officials should be desperate to make Triple H cleared so that he can deliver a marquee match.
Batista himself was a bonafide main-eventer during his prime. He has wrestled in multiple Wrestlemania main events proving to be yet another trusted shoulder of the company. So the officials will be happier to get these two locked for the much-anticipated match. If this report from cagesideseats.com is true then we are likely seeing Batista back on WWE TV, sooner.
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