WWE’s biggest show of the year will go down on April 1st and 2nd in SoFi Stadium, and fans are eager to see how those marquee matches go down. There is no off-season in WWE, and Triple H needs to make plans for the future, but they aren’t letting those out there just yet.

Ringside News reached out to confirm this story, and we were told that Triple H “has several long term plans and once we get past WrestleMania.” It was also noted to us that “more of his vision will be obvious” after the show of shows.

Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes’ promo on WWE RAW was carefully set up. There are many ways that they could go with this situation, but they are keeping those plans very close to the vest.

“As for Roman and Heyman last night setting up multiple paths for post-Mania, and Cody’s promo ending with multiple ways for the Bloodline to go, that is Roman and Heyman, and they are playing it very close to their vests.”


These plans are not being discussed outside of Paul LeVesque and top members of the writing team. At this point, the rest of the creative team has not been informed about what the plan is after WrestleMania 39.

WrestleMania 39 will be an epic event, but WWE’s story never ends. Only time will tell what we will see after WrestleMania. A recent report suggested that Roman Reigns could take a long hiatus after he drops the Undisputed WWE Universal Title. Obviously, every story’s end is just the beginning of another in WWE.

What’s your take on WWE’s plan after WrestleMania? What do you think the company should do? Sound off in the comments to let us know!

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