WWE’s WrestleMania show needs to be figured out to a large extent before they can really book the Royal Rumble event. After all, both shows do blend with each other in a Road To WrestleMania. However, it seems like WWE doesn’t have it worked out just yet.

If WWE does have their plans in place, they could always change again because that’s the way Vince McMahon does things.

Ronda Rousey vs Becky Lynch needed to be switched for the Survivor Series pay-per-view because Lynch suffered injuries thanks to a reckless punch. Therefore, Charlotte Flair took The Man’s place leaving many to hope that Lynch vs Rousey will get a much-deserved WrestleMania match, possibly in the main event.

Bryan Alvarez discussed WWE’s trend of changing plans on Wrestling Observer Live where he disclosed that a marquee match that so many want to see might not even happen.

“There’s no guarantee that it’s not Ronda vs Becky vs Charlotte in a three-way. There are absolutely people in WWE who want that to be a three-way match. There’s no guarantee it’s not gonna be a three-way.”

“You know what? There’s also no guarantee that whatever the match is it’s actually going to close WrestleMania. There’s no guarantee. We don’t know what they’re gonna do.”

“I mean they’ve got ideas for the show, but I can tell you right now that they have ideas for the show and the ideas have already changed a few times and they had ideas for the Royal Rumble that changed a few times as evidenced by the fact that they announced a match and then pulled the match. The match still may be happening, like there’s a lot of stuff going on. So let’s not get ahead of ourseleves here.”

You never know what WWE could be planning down the pipeline for Becky Lynch. There is what the fans want to happen and what WWE will do. Those two worlds rarely mix and if they do it doesn’t last forever.

With WWE changing up their plans so often, you would hope that eventually a good idea will stick and they will just go with it. However, Vince McMahon has his own way of doing things with the idea that it will keep fans coming back for more.

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