Wrestlemania 34 Preview: Women’s Battle Royal

Wrestlemania 34 Preview: Women’s Battle Royal

First, we had the Women’s Royal Rumble match. Now we have a Women’s Battle Royal at Wrestlemania 34. Women’s wrestling is alive and truly kicking in 2018!

One superstar shall have her chance to stamp their name on the grandest stage of them all, but just who will step up and seize the opportunity?

Women’s Battle Royal Preview

The women of WWE shall take centre stage, as they look to create their Wrestlemania moment. As I mentioned in the previous article, perhaps talent from NXT would not go a miss?

Personally, I believe that this match is a win-win scenario. This is because the benefits are wide for both the main roster and NXT. So with this in mind, I can’t imagine anyone would have qualms over a winner from either roster, between NXT and the main roster.

It is exciting to see the women of WWE have their chance to boast their capability on the grandest stage of them all.

Who Will Win?

Making a prediction for this match is tough. At this point, there is no one I can immediately think of, however one could pitch several superstars winning.

For example; Becky Lynch is a very strong candidate. Of all the competitors, she has truly been a shining star for the past few years. Leading the way for the last four years, Lynch has been the backbone of the true women’s revolution.

On the other hand, if we’re talking superstars from NXT, Kairi Sane would be an awesome candidate. The winner of the Mae Young Classic could add to her collection of accolades.

As for my prediction, I won’t be certain until the match takes place this Sunday! So with that in mind, I am going with a victory for Becky Lynch, as I want to play it safe or so I think…..

Prediction: Becky Lynch to win the Women’s Battle Royal

 

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Head Wrestling Writer/Editor here at The People's Movies. Aaron has avidly followed Professional Wrestling his entirely life, now he writes about it. Currently studying Journalism at London Metropolitan University, he still can't get rid of the wrestling bug!

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