WrestleMania, the grandest stage of them all, has always been the platform where the most anticipated matches in professional wrestling take place. And now, there’s a buzz about a potential blockbuster match that WWE Creative is considering for WrestleMania 40.
The Bloodline storyline has been one of the most captivating narratives in recent WWE history.
The latest twist in this tale occurred at SummerSlam. Jimmy Uso made a dramatic return, which had a significant impact on the outcome of the Tribal Combat main event featuring his twin brother, Jey Uso, and Roman Reigns.
WWE WrestleMania 40: A Showdown Between the Uso Brothers?
The events at SummerSlam have set the stage for a potential face-off between the Uso brothers.
While many fans are eager to see this ‘Brother v Brother’ match soon, perhaps at the upcoming Payback event, there’s a different perspective from some within the company.
Holding Off for the Grand Stage
There’s word from backstage that at least one influential figure in WWE Creative believes that the first Uso ‘Brother v Brother’ match should be reserved for WrestleMania, according to a new report from WrestleVotes: “Hearing that at least one creative force backstage wants WWE to wait for WrestleMania to do the first Uso ‘Brother v Brother’ match. However that’s unlikely at this point I’m told, with the feeling that 35 weeks is too long of a stretch.
However, there are also practical concerns. With WrestleMania still 35 months away, some believe that waiting for such a long duration might stretch the storyline too thin.
The challenge lies in keeping the audience engaged and invested in the feud for such an extended period.
The Fans’ Perspective
For the WWE Universe, the prospect of witnessing the Uso brothers clash at WrestleMania is tantalizing.
The emotional depth, the shared history, and the sheer wrestling prowess of the two would undoubtedly make for a match to remember.
However, the anticipation also comes with the fear of the storyline losing its momentum.