WWE ‘WrestleMania 32’ Rumors: Breakout Moments For Sasha Banks, Kevin Owens Could Be Key To Memorable ‘Show Of Shows’ [POLL, VIDEO]
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WWE Diva “The Boss” Sasha Banks.
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Kevin Owens and Sasha Banks could be poised to breakout at WrestleMania 32 … if the WWE lets them.
Owens has had a storybook first year in the WWE, which started with a victory over John Cena at Elimination Chamber in May and continued in their tremendous feud. He then parlayed that success into a run with the Intercontinental Championship.
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It looks like 2016 might be even bigger for the former NXT Champion, if the WWE follows through with the rumored Brock Lesnar feud for him. The Canadian Superstar made some progress in a potential rivalry with “The Beast” this Monday on RAW.
Owens teased that it could lead to bigger things between the two, which may possibly mean the speculation of the two facing off at WrestleMania 32 on April 3 might have some legs.
“[Lesnar] kinda put his nose in my business where he shouldn’t have,” Owens told the ABC affiliate KATC in Louisiana on Tuesday, referring to RAW “Maybe that’s where we’re going to go soon, there’s obviously beef with Brock Lesnar after last night.”
Owens makes sense as a potential opponent for “The Beast” as his stature gives a believability factor regarding his ability to defeat Lesnar.
As for Banks, she carved out a great name for herself in NXT, but thus far she’s been marginalized on the main roster. This could all change soon as Divas Champion Charlotte wants a piece of “The Boss” at WrestleMania.
Banks deserves a chance to shine on the main roster and with Charlotte calling her the “greatest opponent,” her crowning moment could finally occur at WrestleMania.
Given the WWE’s lack of depth right now, it may have to begin building new stars at its marquee event.
Should Kevin Owens & Sasha Banks battle Brock Lesnar & Charlotte, respetively at ‘WrestleMania?’
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