Anyone who was hoping for long-term booking in their WrestleMania 36 card should look away now. The very reliable WrestleVotes has reported that very little of the WrestleMania card has been decided upon.
Talked to a source over the holidays who’s been with WWE for 10+ years who said they can’t remember a January where so little of the WrestleMania card has been decided upon. Said it’s both refreshing, as WWE is keeping multiple option open, but frustrating at the same time.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) January 2, 2020
The entire tweet reads, “Talked to a source over the holidays who’s been with WWE for 10+ years who said they can’t remember a January where so little of the WrestleMania card has been decided upon. Said it’s both refreshing, as WWE is keeping multiple option[s] open, but frustrating at the same time”.
There have been multiple reports about planned WrestleMania 36 matches but it appears that none of the matches have been confirmed as of yet.
Over the last few years there have been WrestleMania cards that were not planned until the last minute. With that being said, it appears this year is even worse. WrestleMania 32 and 35 were both affected by injuries and changing plans and thus their cards were less organized and thought-out.
As of this writing, WWE is not facing any injuries to set them back. The build to the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania will begin in the near future.
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