WWE confirms two WrestleMania 35 matches on Monday Night Raw


On Monday Night Raw this week, WWE confirmed two matches for WrestleMania 35 later this year for Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch.

Rollins could either face Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship or Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania after winning the men's Royal Rumble match on Sunday.

Lynch, on the other hand, could face either Asuka for the SmackDown Women's Championship or Ronda Rousey for the Raw Women's Championship after winning the women's Royal Rumble on the same night.

Both matches for The Showcase of the Immortals later this year have now been confirmed after WWE revealed which Rumble winner will be challenging which champion.

The Man made her opinion clear on Raw itself, as the SmackDown star invaded the red brand again and came face to face with Rousey in the middle of the ring, challenging her to a match at 'Mania.

Later during the show's main event, Rollins was about to make his pick for WWE's biggest show of the year when he was attacked by Lesnar, who issued six F-5s.

Raw ended without an official challenge being issued, but WWE later confirmed on their social media that The Kingslayer will indeed be challenging the Universal Champion at WrestleMania.

Both of these feuds for Lynch and Rollins should be awesome, so long as WWE books them correctly.

It was clear as day on Raw this week that Rowdy has to be the heel in her feud against The Man.

Not only is the crowd going to be against her, but the passion she showed in her aggressive promo shows she can work great as a heel too.

Their promo together in the middle of the ring on Raw as well showed the world that this match has to be the main event of WrestleMania later this year.

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As for Rollins, fans will be glad that he's challenging Lesnar for the Universal title, a match he should win as well. 

While it's clear that The Beast has the upper hand, the feud should end with The Kingslayer walking out of 'Mania as the Universal Champion to put the title on a full-time superstar.

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It seems WWE is going in this direction too to allow Lesnar to pursue a return to UFC later this year as well.

The challenge now will be trying to sell this feud without physical confrontation between the two on Raw, as we might not see Lesnar on the red brand that many more times between now and 'Mania due to his part-time status.

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