BREAKING: WrestleMania 40: here is the first sensational news!
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 764
As reported by Xero News on its social channels, WWE is already thinking about making three big matches for the women's division for WrestleMania 40 in 2024, with the source having made six huge names for the company: "Ronda Rousey vs.
Shayna Baszler. Becky Lynch vs. Rhea Ripley. Bianca Belair vs. Charlotte Flair. It's all very PRIME discussions for next year's WrestleMania, but nothing is definitely settled. It could change at any moment." In an earlier update provided by WrestleVotes: "Next year they're going to be bowing and stuffing the card, because of the anniversary.
It means something to Triple H." Notably, WrestleVotes also specified that the door is open for two notable names who could be working next year's event, people who have refused to appear at this year's show. Those names are The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin, both of whom were slated to appear at WrestleMania 39 but for one thing or another decided not to step into the ring.
Ronda Rousey vs. Shayna Baszler
Becky Lynch vs. Rhea Ripley
Bianca Belair vs. Charlotte Flair
All very much in EARLY discussions for next year's WrestleMania, but nowhere near locked in.
Could Change at anytime. — Xero News (@NewsXero) May 19, 2023
The announcement of WrestleMania 40
On July 27, 2022, WWE made official what will be the venue for WrestleMania 40.
It is the city of Philadelphia, more precisely the show will be held at Lincoln Financial Field again on two evenings on April 6 and 7, 2024. The news is was also shared by the mayor of the well-known city, making happy not only the local authorities, but the entire market in the area.
Be careful because WWE for the occasion could also call the wrestler Jazz for the Hall of Fame, who during a recent interview with Busted Open Radio, said: "I've always said, if I ever have to be inducted into the Hall Of Fame, that I wish it was one of Tommy Dreamer or Paul Heyman doing it.
I think if it happens at the next WrestleMania in Philly it would be great. That's where I made my ECW debut." Jazz was an integral part of WWE from 2001 to 2004 managing to win the women's title twice. One of her most memorable matches is certainly the one held at WrestleMania 19, where the then women's champion Victoria failed to successfully defend her title from the clutches of Jazz and Trish Stratus.