4 planning that WWE should do after Wrestlemania 32
Wrestlemania, the grandest event in all of the sports entertainment is just a few days away. Generally, this season sees most of the spectacular returns and happenings but considering this year’s downward TV rating which was at a record low, WWE should take care of the business aftermath the event goes past by. There are tremendous potential storylines which is yet pending to come to fruition and if executed carefully, will turn out to be a huge crowd puller in the future comings.
Keeping Brock Lesnar’s dominance
Since his return after the night of Wrestlemania 32, Lesnar is the going stronger and still is presented as the human wrecking machine that he is. And, fortunately, he was never involved in weak storylines and never been made regular on TV, which only means that “the beast” is what’s best for business. In the season of injuries, he is the star power that is needed the most. For the record, Lesnar is neither pinned nor submitted till his lost to Triple H at Wrestlemania 32. That maintained dominance is supposed to be shattered as WWE is going to book Bray Wyatt against him to give him a push. But if that is going to cost Lesnar’s dominance it will be a huge loss for WWE.
Braun Strowman’s rise as a singles competitor
The much talked star of these days is the newest member of the Wyatt family, Braun Strowman, the Black Sheep. This name looked unstoppable even against the biggest names like Roman Reigns, Big Show, Dean Ambrose. He was even supposed to face Undertaker at this year’s Wrestlemania. Though that plan had nixed due to negative fan backlash but a strong push is evident for him. He is also rumored to face Brock Lesnar at Summerslam and Roman Reigns for the WWE title leading up to the summer extravaganza. But to be honest, we have seen enough of him as a singles competitor as we are accustomed to seeing him accompanying Wyatt and co. weeks after weeks. He certainly has the potential to headline PPV’s but we should get used to seeing him pinning competitors single-handedly because that is the only way to prove his dominance and that should happen after Mania.
Cena’s heel turn and 16th world title reign
Cena’s “Hustle, Loyalty and Respect” character is doing him no good for him and fans keep him boo out of the building in every live event. Since last year’s Summerslam he had never got a fair and square chance of winning back the WWE gold and equaling the record of Ric Flair’s 16WWE world title championship wins. Now, Cena fairly deserves another title shot definitely but since fans are not going to accept it anyway, it’s the ideal time for Cena to turn heel and how ironic it would be if he wins it with a dirty game to tie the “dirtiest player in the game.” It will be interesting to see Cena as a heel and fans will see something new after ages.
Triple threat match among Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rolins vs. Roman Reigns for WWE title
This match was supposed to be a sure shot main event of Wrestlemania 32 if going as per the plans. But, Seth got injured in the mid way which forced the Creative team to change the plans. The former shield members fighting it out for the biggest prize in the sports entertainment is what the fans would absolutely love to see. Seth is likely to return by the month of May and he can pick things up from where he had left off as Reigns is expected to be the champion by then. Dean is also on the verge of getting heel and can absolutely drag himself into the mix. So, the trio getting involved in a match for the championship is a high possibility, and this is going to happen sooner or later to the much delight of the WWE Universe.