The biggest show of the year is only days away when WWE WrestleMania 35 rips through Metlife Stadium in what promises to be a huge night for the WWE and the industry in general.
WWE WrestleMania 35 is the 35th installment of the granddaddy of them all and the showcase of the immortals, but this year’s WrestleMania will offer up some unique qualities this event has never seen before.
This show will feature a loaded card filled with some of the most intriguing matchups the WWE has seen in a long time, but which superstars could use a win the most? Here are the five superstars that need a win the most at WWE WrestleMania 35.
5. Triple H
One of the most successful stables in WWE history is considered to be Evolution, and for good reason. Every superstar in the group held championship gold and it helped launch the careers of two future Hall of Fame-caliber talents in Randy Orton and Batista.
This group was unified and powerful for years, but two of its most important members have had their fair share of clashes since Evolution broke up. Triple H and Batista have faced each other several times since Evolution broke up, but heading into WrestleMania 35, The Animal has taken things to a supremely-personal level in his return to the WWE after being away for five years.
Batista attacked Ric Flair backstage on the night in which he was celebrating his 70th birthday with this attack being nothing more than a message to The Game. Batista wanted Triple H’s attention, and he got it after this shocking attack. It was all a ploy to finally get what he wanted, a match with Triple H on the grandest stage of them all. The match was made official under No Holds Barred rules, but this past Monday night also saw The Game put his career on the line.
The Animal requested such stipulation and he wants to end Triple H’s career, but that is exactly why The King Of Kings needs to win at WrestleMania 35. Not that Triple H is anywhere close to a full-time competitor anymore, but this would take away any chance of him competing in the WWE in the future. This angle also has a sub-plot in which Triple H has never beaten Batista one-on-one, so this would see that finally come to fruition as well after all of these years.
It’s a battle between two of the greatest WWE superstars in history, but it means much more to The Game than that and that is why he needs a win over The Animal.