What should main event this year’s WrestleMania?
If I was asked this question two months ago, I would full heartedly say that the triple threat match between Rousey, Lynch and Flair should close the show. Fast forward until the past few weeks and people could say otherwise. The story of the Raw Women’s Championship Match has been all over the place with the booking, and has cooled off tremendously, in my opinion. Do they deserve to close the show? Absolutely. Do I think that they will put on a clinic? Absolutely. Do I think that there is other matches that could close the show as well? Absolutely. Let’s take a look at the the rise of Kofi Kingston. He’s been a household name the past decade that never got an opportunity at the WWE Championship. The crowd support behind him is stunning and it wouldn’t surprise me to see the show end on the celebration of a beloved Kofi Kingston.
Which Championship does WWE hold more value to, the WWE Championship or the Universal Championship?
A simple answer. The WWE Championship holds the most value and prestige to the company of WWE. Look back the past 50 years for the history of the WWE Championship and you will see all of the great names that have had the opportunity to grasp the most important title in the company. Names from Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund, Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, The Undertaker, John Cena, AJ Styles, and the list goes on and one. The Universal Championship was created once the brand split came back in 2016, in which Finn Balor has the accomplishment of being the first ever Universal Champion. It seems that ever since this championship was created, it has been the championship to close out the shows and the WWE Championship has held lesser value, due to the championship being on Smackdown Live, in which WWE sees it as the B show.
Will Paige ever be cleared to compete inside a wrestling ring again?
It’s hard for me to answer this, because honestly I cannot say for certain, as no one knows what the future could hold. I would love to see Paige back inside the ring, as she is one of the biggest reasons why the Women Division is at where it’s at. WWE takes injuries incredibly serious nowadays, especially when it comes to concussions and neck injuries. We all can have hope in a Paige return, as I’m sure she would want nothing more but to be in that ring to compete. Take a look at Daniel Bryan, he’s back in the ring full force. He was out for nearly three years and his comeback is a story that can’t be compared. I’m willing to bet that Paige looks at Bryan’s story as hope that she can be back. We all have hope. Never say never.
With WWE advertising the ‘Demon’ Finn Balor as part of WrestleMania, what do you see him taking part in this year’s show?
If people weren’t aware, WWE did advertise the Demon to be apart of WrestleMania. To what capacity that you may ask? I don’t have a definite answer. Finn Balor lost the Intercontinental Championship last week on Raw to Bobby Lashley due to interference from Lio Rush. My assumption is that we see Balor find his inner demon to conquer Lashley and Ruah at WrestleMania. I don’t really want to see that but we haven’t seen the Demon in quite some time, so maybe WWE has something up their sleeve with this.