Backstage Update On Who WWE Sees As The Biggest Draw In The Company Right Now

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WWE has been going through a number of changes over the past week, ever since it was made clear that their biggest star was being forced onto the sidelines for an undetermined amount of time.

Roman Reigns has been at the helm of WWE for the past five years and has delivered when it mattered most, but now WWE is being forced to replace him.





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There has been a lot of speculation about who the top guy in the company will be in place of Roman Reigns, and interestingly, Brad Shepard recently revealed that there is already someone who is considered to be the biggest draw in the company at present.

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Ronda Rousey recently main evented the first ever all-women’s pay-per-view and many of the WWE Universe believe that she could be on to main event WrestleMania 35 alongside Charlotte Flair next year since Reigns will no longer be available to wrestle The Rock.

Rousey was a huge acquisition for WWE and she has allowed the Women’s’ Division to easily gain all of the attention that they required ahead of the first ever all-women’s pay-per-view.

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Having someone of Rousey’s stature on WWE’s books full-time is something that the company has never needed to downplay and it will play a huge role in the future of the Women’s’ Division over the next few years.

As far as top guys who are set to replace Roman Reigns, it doesn’t appear that WWE has decided to allow anyone to step into his place at present, but after Crown Jewel the top guy on the Raw brand with be either Braun Strowman or Brock Lesnar, two men that Reigns had a lot of history with before his departure.

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