WWE WrestleMania 35 matches, 2019 card, location, date, rumors, predictions, news

The Road to WrestleMania has officially begun with the Royal Rumble having come and gone. When it comes to the biggest pro wrestling show of the year, it’s never too early to begin looking forward, and here in 2019, that comes in the form of WrestleMania 35. On Sunday, April 7, WrestleMania 35 will go down inside MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, as WWE takes over the New York area for the most important week of the year in sports entertainment.’

CBS Sports will be onsite at the big show in April, but for now, let’s take a look at how WrestleMania 35 is shaping up in terms of the match card, news and rumors for the big show. Don’t worry, there are no spoilers here per se, just a breakdown of what has already been announced along with predictions as to how everything is going to shake out when all is said and done.

Quite a lot has been going on:

WWE Raw results – Becky Lynch injured and suspended before WrestleMania 35

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WWE RAW: Becky Lynch SUSPENDED ahead of Ronda Rousey clash at WrestleMania – What’s next?

Lynch hurt her left knee during the Women’s Royal Rumble Match which she won last month after eliminating runner-up Charlotte Flair.

The Man earned a title shot at WrestleMania 35 and decided to challenge Ronda Rousey for the RAW Women’s Championship on April 7 at the MetLife Stadium in New York.

However, her injury hasn’t healed yet and seemed to have sustained more damage last week on SmackDown when Charlotte attacked her.

The Irish Lass Kicker was invited over to RAW by McMahon who urged her to get it checked or risk getting suspended.

Stephanie McMahon suspended Becky Lynch until The Man has her injured left knee examined and cleared by WWE medical personnel

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  • Date: 2019-02-05T02:18:00+00:00
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7 Ups And 8 Downs From Last Night’s WWE Raw (Feb 4)

If Monday Night Raw was any indication of how the card will look at WrestleMania 35, then we got our first argument in favor of a women’s match closing out the show.

That could be in part because both competitors actually, you know, appeared on Raw, while neither male wrestler in the WWE Universal Championship match showed up. Regardless, Becky Lynch opened and owned the show, while Ronda Rousey’s virtuous champion act worked really well, whether intentional or not. This is looking more and more like a money match, and hopefully the men step up their game.

But WrestleMania is still a couple stops away. We have the Elimination Chamber PPV coming up first, with new titles on the line. We also presumably will have other matches, though not many were paid lip service Monday night. What we got outside Rousey and Lynch was a somewhat disappointing episode, with EC3, Dean Ambrose and Apollo Crews all getting lackluster turns in front of the camera.

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  • Date: 2019-02-05T08:20:20+00:00
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Ronda Rousey WWE feud with Becky Lynch has a giant problem

Around 70,000 fans watched the world’s best WWE stars at the biggest pro wrestling event ever in Australia.

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The WWE Raw women’s champion was barely able to make it through her awkward in-ring promo last week on Monday Night Raw, with the Phoenix crowd booing her and chanting for Lynch. The former UFC star even at one point said: ‘All right, all right, you got me to stutter. Good job,’ before soldiering on.

Rousey, who seemed rattled at times, didn’t get to verbally offer her open challenge. It felt like Bayley was abruptly sent out to either save Rousey or make sure the show didn’t run over. The crowd’s dislike for Rousey continued when Lynch challenged her to a match at WrestleMania.

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  • Date: 2019-02-04T22:36:00.000Z
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