The Undertaker squashed John Cena at WrestleMania 34 in a match that lasted for about three minutes. While the WWE Universe wasn’t quite satisfied with the quick bout, fans were indeed happy to see Taker back in the ring after his defeat at the hands of Roman Reigns on the 33rd edition of the Showcase Of Immortals.
Wrestlezone’s Bill Pritchard now reports that “The Deadman” is set to compete against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. This would mark The Phenom’s return to the ring nine months after his match at Extreme Rules and his first ‘Mania bout in two years.
“This could be a phenom-enal addition to the WrestleMania card in Tampa. According to a source speaking with Wrestlezone, AJ Styles versus The Undertaker is currently being planned for WrestleMania 36 in Tampa.”
Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch have been at the forefront of the Women’s Revolution in WWE alongside Sasha Banks and Bayley. However, over the last couple of years, The Queen and The Man have been the most consistent performers as well as the biggest draws in the entire women’s division, making themselves indispensable assets for WWE.
Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that Flair and Lynch are the two highest-paid female Superstars in WWE today. Both women have signed lucrative deals with a $1 Million per year guarantee.
“Lynch and Flair are believed to be the two highest-paid women in the company, with the belief each signed a $1 million guarantee. There are a number of male wrestlers who earn more, including some who earn more just for appearing in Saudi Arabia like Lesnar and Goldberg as well as outside celebrities like Tyson Fury who earned more than that for one match. Edge just signed what was believed to be a $3 million per year three-year deal as a part-timer. The top male stars earn well upwards of $5 million per year.”
Lynch and Flair’s paychecks are smaller compared to what select male Superstars earn in WWE, nevertheless, both women continue to dominate their division in all aspects while also being the finest female wrestlers in the pro wrestling industry today.