We now know that WrestleMania 37 will take place at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11 – keeping the two-night format from last year.
‘Mania is the date every wrestling fan looks out for and WWE will be keen to put on a great show after a difficult year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vince McMahon and co always have plenty of big matches up their sleeves and it will be fascinating to see how this year’s card shapes up in the coming weeks.
With that being said, here are eight matches that could main event the ‘Show of Shows’ this year.
8. Sasha Banks vs. Bayley
Sasha Banks and Bayley have arguably been WWE’s most consistent performers since the pandemic began, and it would be fitting to continue their epic rivalry on the ‘Grandest Stage of Them All’.
The pair put on a thrilling Hell in a Cell match last year, living up to the high bar set by their awesome encounters in NXT. And this time the roles were reversed, which shows just how great they are at telling stories in the ring.
There is no limit to what Banks and Bayley could do if given the main event slot at the biggest event of the year.
7. Triple H vs. Finn Balor
This match is by far the least realistic on the list, but hear us out. Triple H is one of the biggest names in WWE history – from invading WCW to breaking up Evolution, he’s done it all.
But as he continues to oversee NXT’s expansion (especially amidst rumours of NXT India), it might be time for the 14-time World Champion to finally step away from the ring.
What better way to retire than with a match against NXT Champion Finn Balor at the ‘Show of Shows’?
Balor’s first run in NXT helped put the brand on the map thanks to great matches against the likes of Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe. Now back on the yellow brand, he is a worthy opponent for the ‘Game’s final battle.
6. Charlotte Flair vs. Ronda Rousey
It’s almost two years since Ronda Rousey stepped foot in a WWE ring. The former UFC star has unfinished business after losing the Raw Women’s Championship to Becky Lynch in the main event of WrestleMania 35.
While it’s very unlikely Lynch will wrestle at the ‘Show of Shows’ this year, Rousey facing Charlotte Flair makes a lot of sense. After all, Flair also lost her SmackDown Women’s Championship despite never being pinned because of Rousey.
Rousey vs Flair was reportedly the initial plan to main event WrestleMania 35 before Lynch’s huge rise in popularity, and McMahon is well-known for being stubborn.
Plus, the pair have great chemistry if their short but memorable bout at Survivor Series 2018 is anything to go off.