WWE WrestleMania 38 is less than three months away and the company is reportedly planning huge matches for the event. Now, we got an update about the two World Title matches for the WrestleMania.
At Day 1 pay-per-view, Brock Lesnar won the WWE Title and it shocked many fans. By this company reportedly forced to change their plans for the Grandest Stage of Them All.
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio reported that there were some changes to the WWE’s original plans as Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar didn’t happen at Day 1 but the final destination is still these both superstars to face eachother at WrestleMania.
“Drew (McIntyre) will find out I presume this week how serious it is. He would be the guy (most likely to face Reigns at Royal Rumble), but he may not be available. I know that they’ve got everything worked out between now and WrestleMania. Everything is worked out. All the original plans, there were some changes obviously because the Lesnar and Roman Reigns match from Saturday didn’t happen, but they’ve got their new twists and turns, and the final destination, which is presumably Lesnar and Roman Reigns, is still on,” said Dave Meltzer.
Meltzer also noted that two World Title matches at WrestleMania is still on but the plans for those matches might have get changed.
“Whatever the plan was for the WWE Championship match – I don’t know what it was – but they’re gonna get there, and that’s also still on. So the WrestleMania matches are the same, but the plans on how to get there obviously have changed,” Dave Meltzer added. (H/T: WrestleTalk)