The Queen Keeps Her Throne.
We like Ruby Riott, but her time is not tomorrow. She is really good in the ring, we must say, but she has not carry herself like a champion. Yet. As much as we would like to see the leader of the Riott Squad have a bounty to brag about, we think the Smackdown Women’s Championship to stay around Charlotte Flair’s waist. However, Charlotte and Ruby Riott fighting a competitive match would certainly not fall too much out of place with the performers’ respective builds the last 3-4 weeks, and it would showcase just how talented the women in the ring are. Happy belated Women’s Day, ladies. This is for Becky, Naomi, Carmella, and Natalya as well. And all the other women on the roster, too.
No Further Touches.
Usos vs New Day is already perfect in its own. No daydreaming is required to make this a spotless affair. Does not matter who wins. Guaranteed instant classic. Next.
We ALL want to see Styles vs Nakamura for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 34. One of the damn finest match-ups in the history of wrestling and it has only happened once, how crazy is that? But with 5 other competitors wanting a piece of that gold, how the match plays out is also an important factor to consider. With the caliber of wrestlers to be present in the main event (Styles, Cena, Owens, Zayn, Corbin, Ziggler), unless all of them screw up big time, it would be a very well-planned and competitive affair.
So here comes our daydreaming part. Owens and Zayn could get so pissed about each other that they fought their way to backstage and never came back (to the PPV, of course); Ziggler and Corbin could be knocked out by Styles’ finishers; and when Cena might think he has had the win by delivering a second Avalanche Attitude Adjustment to AJ, THE LIGHTS GO OUT. The lights are back on…THE UNDERTAKER! CHOKESLAM ON CENA! TOMBSTONE PILEDRIVER ON CENA! Styles finishes up with a Styles Clash! ONE! TWO! THREE! AJ Styles retains, and just. Styles has a chant-inducing (you know what chant) stare-down with The Deadman, looks at Cena, and then retrieves. ‘Taker looks at Cena, then kneels to do his signature “Call of Hell” pose to end the show. Per. Fect.