And lo, did WhatCulture set its gaze upon WrestleMania 35 and create every last piece of content that their feeble mortal bodies could take. Did the eternal stream of creative purity blaze out through their eyes and mouths, a joyous shriek of hot takes and analysis, reaching the minds of millions across the globe. Then finally, their souls spent, did one man open an article draft and finally type the term "WrestleMania 36" into the title. This wheel, on and on and on it turns.
A year out from WWE's next Show of Shows TM the landscape of both brands looks relatively well balanced. We're expecting fresh rivalries across the card with new and legitimate contenders for the top titles jumping between shows. Nothing's ever perfect, obviously, but there are a lot of reasons to be positive about the direction it's all heading in.
Thus, we're going to be. Mania 36 heads back to the Sunshine State for a Seven Seas themed show and in the 11 and a bit months between now and then there is plenty of time to set up some incredible matches. WWE have, in effect, the entire wrestling sandbox to play with and every toy in the shop to do so with.