WrestleMania is fast approaching and when it is all over, many fans will look to the part time superstars to see if they stick around or not.
Brock Lesnar and Chris Jericho are the two biggest part- timers in WWE right now and their post- WrestleMania plans should be becoming a lot clearer in the upcoming weeks.
Not going anywhere?
The plans surrounding Lesnar are as always, being kept very quiet.
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Jericho on the other hand is being advertised for an episode of RAW following Mania which will likely mean that he will be sticking around.
As he currently prepares for his showdown with AJ Styles at Fastlane, Jericho will now be in the WWE following WrestleMania.
Jericho is currently enjoying his annual return to the company which has now become somewhat of a tradition.
His current feud with AJ Styles is proving popular with fans and could very possibly extend through Fastlane to WrestleMania.
Where Y2J will fit in at the show of shows is yet to be seen but given the current popularity of Styles amongst the fans, being associated with him at WrestleMania could be the best option.
It was only announced on tonight's episode of Smackdown that he and Styles will face off this Sunday and fans will be eager to see who wins their rubber match.
This Sunday is the final stop on the Road to WrestleMania and it will go a long way to shaping the event in Dallas.
Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar are all set to battle it out for the right to face WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H at WrestleMania.
Kevin Owens will take on Dolph Ziggler, Charlotte will face Brie Bella while Kalisto defends his title against Alberto Del Rio to cap the night's title matches.
Edge and Christian will also be making an appearance hosting their Cutting Edge Peep Show hosting the New Day in what should be an interesting segment.