WrestleMania 36 is still about 5 months away but WWE might have already started planning for the big matches. Especially the big title matches and the matches involving their big stars.
Bray Wyatt and Brock Lesnar might fall into both categories until WrestleMania 2020 comes around. Both are definitely two of the biggest superstars for WWE currently. And both might still be holding their WWE Championship and WWE Universal Championship until WrestleMania. So, it would make sense if WWE already had a plan ready for them.
WrestleMania season generally starts from Royal Rumble but the speculations start after Survivor Series itself. And this time, the speculations are kick-started by Dave Meltzer. On the latest Wrestling Observer Radio, Meltzer said WWE might be planing Brock Lesnar vs Bray Wyatt for WrestleMania’s main event match.
Meltzer actually started with WWE’s plan for Brock for WrestleMania. He commented that we will see what plan WWE has for Lesnar in next month or so, before bringing Wyatt into the conversation. Although, by the end, he also added Roman Reigns to the discussion.
Now, as these are very early speculations, it might turn out that none of these combinations of matches actually take place. WWE’s plan will change multiple times along the way. If those plans would not have changed, then Kofi Kingston would never have gotten his WrestleMania moment earlier this year.
WrestleMania 36 will take place on 5 April 2020 at Raymond James Stadium in Tempa Bay, Florida.