We Rank Five Booking Mistakes WWE Has Made On The Road To WrestleMania 35

WrestleMania season is in full swing right now with WWE WrestleMania 35 just around the corner, however, this year has seen possibly one of the worst builds to the Grandest Stage Of Them All in quite some time, leaving many fans feeling flat about the show.

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With this WrestleMania likely to be WWE’s longest ever PPV, building big matches that were jam-packed with story was key for WWE, giving fans a reason to care about every single match on the show, but the fact is they have fallen short of doing that.

With two weeks to go everything should be in full speed with every segment on Raw and SmackDown Live being used to further storylines and push the show in general, but that isn’t happening. Instead, we are getting random matches between No Way Jose and Elias, despite the fact, there has barely been any build towards the Universal Championship match.

We still don’t have matches set for the WWE Championship or the Intercontinental Championship, whilst the status of John Cena is very much up in the air as well. The feuds that started strong have now started to struggle and it is fair to say a lot of work needs to be done in the next two weeks to get the show where it should be beforehand.

Whilst the wrestling on the night will likely be great and the spectacle of WrestleMania will ensure most people have a great time, strong booking beforehand can take the show to a different level. With that in mind, we have ranked five mistakes WWE has made so far on the Road To WrestleMania 35.

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