Despite impressing on Monday Night RAW for the best part of a year, WWE left it rather late to announce the plans they had for Braun Strowman.
When you consider just how far The Monster Among Men has come in such a short space of time, it’s surprising to see that WWE hasn’t placed him in a massive match like he deserves.
While he was rumoured to potentially replace Roman Reigns in his Universal Championship, his situation looks to have been cleared up and the WWE is confident of the contest moving forward. As we saw earlier this week on Monday Night RAW, Strowman’s plans look to revolve around the RAW tag team championships after he won the battle royal.
Since then, fans and outlets have been speculating on exactly what the plans could be in the Superdome on April 8, and several options have already been discussed.
The original plans revolving around Strowman alongside Sheamus and Cesaro of The Bar were that none of them would be featured in a match. Instead, they would be involved in an angle but it sounds like WWE has switched their stance and a match is now expected to take place.
Although the Wrestling Observer has claimed that only Vince McMahon knows which direction he’ll go in as WrestleMania edges closer, one of the options that has reportedly been discussed is that Strowman is that he won’t have a partner and it will be a handicap match.
Elias has emerged as another name who could potentially team with Strowman as reports claimed that the team to challenge The Bar will be two singles stars who aren’t a team yet.
However, now Rajah has speculated that Strowman could rely on Bray Wyatt to take on The Bar.
As is stands with the rumours, surprisingly, Wyatt is the only one without a match at WrestleMania 34. Strowman obviously has his plans in place, while Luke Harper and Erick Rowan of The Bludgeon Brothers look set to challenge The Usos and the New Day in a triple threat tag team match for the SmackDown tag team titles.
Despite how lacklustre Wyatt has been in recent times, it’s hard to believe that the Wyatt Family member many believe would go on to achieve the most is currently most likely to miss out on a WrestleMania match or feud.
The story can obviously sell itself based on their history, and even though he might not be at this best right now, it would be odd to see a WrestleMania without Wyatt on the card. On the other hand, going in alone would certainly make Strowman seem like much more of a formidable force by wiping out a top tag team by himself.
Will WWE choose Bray Wyatt to be Braun Strowman’s tag team partner at WrestleMania 34 against The Bar? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.
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