How WWE Should Book Wrestlemania 33

Wrestlemania is finally upon us. The annual extravaganza is and has been for decades the single biggest night in professional wrestling. Celebrities, fans and wrestlers alike will travel and watch on from all corners of the globe for the unparalleled event. For 33 years Wrestlemania has been the be-all and end-all of the professional wrestling year. This years edition will be no different.

‘Mania is never short of captivation and innovation. As well as this however, this year’s card boasts a strong foundation of excellent potential matches. There are some excellent storylines with sure fire pay-offs. There are some undercard matches which will be sure to steal the show. On top of this are some simple marquee matches sure to leave fans’ jaws on the floor.

The event will definitely go down in history, however WWE must make correct booking decisions in order to prevent it from doing so for the wrong reasons. Last year’s event was boring, lazy and predictable – as well as wrong – booking hurt the event massively. Wrestlemania is doomed for infamy if WWE books incorrectly. With that, here is how WWE should book Wrestlemania 33.

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