WrestleMania 35 is already slated to be the longest event in WWE history and it already has a loaded card. However, despite the fact that it was said the company plans on defending all of their main roster titles on the show that might not happen in reality.

WWE made big promise to The Revival that they would be featured in a big way in the tag team division. The thinking is that WWE is gearing up their tag team division to compete with AEW who will be featuring tag team wrestling.

Mike Johnson said on PW Insider Elite audio that WWE could be planning to snub both The Revival and The Usos at WrestleMania this year.

“I don’t think there is going to be any tag-team title matches. I think they are going to throw those guys into the battle royal too.”


The Usos are also a very interesting team right now because their current WWE contracts are set to run out in April and they are still SmackDown Tag Team Champions. Therefore, you have champions on both brands that either want to or could be leaving WWE.

We have heard that with the WrestleMania card stacked so high already, that the company might elect to not book tag team title matches for either of their men’s main roster titles. This snubbing will not be received well so let’s hope that they change their minds.

Bayley and Sasha Banks are slated to defend their WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles at the show of shows. With the IIconics defeating The Boss n Hug Connection this week on SmackDown, it looks like they could be planning a four corners match for those titles.

There is push within the company to control the number of WrestleMania matches this year. The fact that they already have around 17 matches planned for the card could be a big telling sign that they don’t want to make it 19 because it they are going to do that then they might as well add another match to round up to an even 20.

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Harry Kettle

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