During an interview with talkSPORT, Drew McIntyre, who will challenge Brock Lesnar for the WWE championship at WrestleMania 36, mentioned he believes they should be the main event of the second night while Edge vs. Randy Orton should headline the first night. I happen to agree completely.
One of those matches features the Royal Rumble winner challenging for the WWE title, and the other features a Hall of Famer returning for his first singles match in a decade in a deeply personal feud that has the best story going at this time.
To my eyes, it’s hardly worth a debate.
Seems like Roman Reigns agrees, or at least is apathetic in his public response:
Don’t care where my match falls. Just happy to be healthy and fit enough to participate. Grateful to share the ring with a legend and icon on our industry’s biggest night(s). As should everyone else, in a time like this. Be safe, healthy and grateful. https://t.co/lRIauineEc— Roman Reigns (@WWERomanReigns) March 24, 2020
That kind of attidude deserves commendation. It’s worth keeping perspective that we’re fortunate to be getting a WrestleMania at all this year.