WWE gossip column: News on Dean Ambrose’s next move, the real plan for Wrestlemania 35 finish and all of today’s top news
The WWE has done its business in New York and WrestleMania week is behind us.
With the Superstar Shakeup next week, we take a look at the rumours floating around the wrestling business.
Drew McIntyre injured on SmackDown?
The main event of SmackDown saw The New Day face off against The Bar and Drew McIntyre.
A fan in attendance noted that McIntyre was struggling during the commercial break and was waving his hands to signal distress.
After some initial conflicting reports, the general consensus now seems to be that the WM35 main event finish went as planned.
Both Sports Illustrated and Dave Meltzer concur on that and the belief is the WWE want to use that as a way to have Lynch Vs Rousey down the road.
EC3 and Drake Maverick reunited?
In a SmackDown dark match, EC3 faced Luke Harper (and lost) but he did so with Drake Maverick managing him.
Maverick – known as Rockstar Spud in Impact – performed the same role for EC3 in that company.
Dean Ambrose’s plans
Ryan Satin has reported that sources inside WWE have told him that Ambrose isn’t actually leaving the company.
By the same token, others have told him that the former WWE champion has started looking at independent bookings. Interestingly, Ambrose is still advertised with WWE throughout April.
WrestleMania 37 location
We already know that WrestleMania will head to Tampa next year, but in 2021 it seems like Los Angeles is the front runner according to
The new $6 billion Inglewood Stadium being built for the L.A. Rams is set to complete in 2020 and will hold just over 80,000 people. The NFL would like the Super Bowl there in 2022 and WrestleMania is viewed as the perfect tester one year prior on April 4.
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