That’s the big one. There are all kinds of major wrestling events throughout the year, but nothing really comes close to WrestleMania. The event has become so big that the last three editions have taken place over the course of two nights, with this year’s WrestleMania 39 set to be the same. That means there will be two main events, and now we know something important about one of them.
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Last month at the Royal Rumble, Cody Rhodes earned the right to challenge for the Undisputed WWE Universal Title at WrestleMania 39. According to Wrestling Observer Radio, the match is scheduled to take place as the main event on Night Two on April 2. Should this happen and if Roman Reigns is still the defending champion, it will be the third straight year he has defended the title on Night Two. There is no word on what will headline Night one of the event on April 1.
There have been some big Night Two main events. Check out the previous editions:
Opinion: I don’t think this is any kind of a surprise as Rhodes’ title match was going to be the big main event of the show no matter what. Rhodes very well could be winning the title at WrestleMania and it would need to be the last thing that people see over the weekend. Let him have his moment and become the next star of the company. This is the logical way to go and hopefully it works out as well as WWE is hoping.
What do you think of the idea? What should main event Night One? Let us know in the comments below.
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