WWE’s showcase of the immortals just went down a couple of months ago, and we have almost a year before WrestleMania 40 goes down in Philadelphia. The company is always making plans, and it seems that WrestleMania is no exception, even if it is so far off.

We have previously reported that there are tow rumored matches floating around for WrestleMania 40’s main event match. Needless to say, Cody Rhodes’ push in WWE will not stop throughout this year.

One reported idea for the WrestleMania 40 main event would see Cody Rhodes vs GUNTHER, while another idea involves Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes having a WrestleMania rematch from this year’s show of shows. The important link for both of those matches is Cody Rhodes.

Ringside News reached out to a tenured member of the WWE creative team to ask about the WrestleMania 40 main event match. No spoilers were provided, but we wanted to know if the company is really booking that far in advance. We were told that WWE does have a plan for the main event for next year’s showcase of the immortals.


WWE likes to make plans as far in advance as they can. Obviously, you can never predict if an injury or other event might change an intended direction, but it seems that WWE knows which way they’re going for WrestleMania 40 already.

A tenured member of the creative team confirmed to Ringside News that, “I am very aware of the WM 40 main event. No spoilers.”

Whether fans see Cody Rhodes take on GUNTHER or Roman Reigns at WrestleMania, WWE still has a plan in place for the show of shows’ main event match in 2024. Only time will tell if things pan out a totally different way than the alleged spoilers previously reported.

We will have full coverage of WWE’s plans, and everything else dealing with the company’s daily events, right here at Ringside News. Keep checking back for more updates.

What’s your take on WWE’s plan for WrestleMania 40? Is it good that they know which direction they’re going in so far?

H Jenkins

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