That’s how you fill out a card. We are less than a month away from WrestleMania 36 and the card is starting to come together. However, if this year’s edition is anything like the previous years’ versions, the card is going to be rather full with all kinds of matches on the show. That includes several title matches, many of which will involve multiple challengers. We might know a few more that are coming.

Women’s wrestling has come a long way in just a few years, with the Women’s Titles becoming big deals but also with the addition of Women’s Tag Team Titles. These new titles have added more spots for women to get on the card and that makes things better for everyone involved. All of the titles are likely to be involved in some way at WrestleMania and some of the matches might be big ones.

According to Alex McCarthy of TalkSPORT, two more women’s matches are planned for Wrestlemania and both will be title matches. First, the SmackDown Women’s Title will be defended in a Six Pack Challenge with champion Bayley defending against Sasha Banks, Naomi, Lacey Evans, Carmella and a sixth woman to be determined. The Women’s Tag Team Titles will also be on the line with champions the Kabuki Warriors defending against Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross and Natalya and Beth Phoenix. There is no word on when these matches will be announced.

The champs have held their titles for a long time each. Check out some of the better moments of their title reigns:

Opinion: I know the multi-challenger title matches might not be the most popular idea in the world but with so many people on the rosters, they are almost inevitable at this point. I’m not sure how these matches will go, but the Women’s Tag Team Titles desperately need a boost. They haven’t been defended on television since Tables, Ladders and Chairs in the middle of December so something has to be done to fix them.

Which match sounds better? Who will leave with the titles? Let us know in the comments below.

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