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WWE Provides Clarification About The WrestleMania 38 Main Event

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• WWE Provides Clarification About The WrestleMania 38 Main Event

After Brock Lesnar won the WWE Championship at Elimination Chamber 2022, WWE showed a new WrestleMania 38 graphic for his match against Universal Champion Roman Reigns, which stated “Champion vs. Champion”.

This confused many fans, who began thinking that the Titles will not be on the line in this match.

However, that’s not the case. WWE has now confirmed that both the Titles will be on the line in the main event of WrestleMania 38.

Below is what they posted:

“The table has been set. 2022 Royal Rumble winner and WWE Champion Brock Lesnar has chosen to battle Roman Reigns in a Title vs. Title Match. It’s WINNER TAKE ALL in a highly anticipated rematch at WrestleMania.

Don’t miss a spectacular moment of action when WINNER TAKES ALL at WrestleMania, a two-night event steaming LIVE on Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3, beginning at 8 ET/5 PT on Peacock in the United States and on WWE Network everywhere else.”

Below is the current match-card for WrestleMania 38:

Winner Takes All: WWE Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Universal Champion Roman Reigns

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Ronda Rousey

RAW Women’s Championship Match: Becky Lynch (c) vs. Bianca Belair

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• Old School ECW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School ECW Veteran Tommy Cairo celebrates his 64th birthday today.

Tommy Cairo is mostly remembered for his time in Tod Gordon’s Philadelphia based NWA Eastern Championship Wrestling promotion, where he won the short-lived ECW Pennsylvania Championship, a title that was retired a few months later.

Shortly after the company withdrew from the National Wrestling Alliance and was renamed “Extreme Championship Wrestling”, he left and returned to working on the independent scene, before he retired from active in ring competition in 2000.


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