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With WrestleMania 34 coming to an end a few weeks ago, there are several WWE superstars who could win a WWE title before WrestleMania 35 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
1. Daniel Bryan
The leader of the Yes Movement is back, and don’t think he won’t be fighting for any world championship or the United States Championship. Regardless of the title, I believe he will eventually win one before WrestleMania 35.
2. Samoa Joe
With the move to Smackdown Live and hoping that he will stay healthy all year, there’s no reason to believe that Samoa Joe won’t win the United States Title or maybe even the WWE Championship.
3. Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt
Former rivals turned teammates, these two might compete in a tag team match, ending with them winning the RAW Tag Team Championship.
Even though her first loss was at WrestleMania 34 to former Women’s Champion, Charlotte, Asuka is still one of the top women wrestlers in WWE. She could defeat the current Women's Champion, Carmella, or Charlotte Flair for her first ever WWE Women's title (not included is her NXT’s title reign).
5. Finn Bálor
The first ever Universal Champion is still chasing the title he technically never lost. With Brock Lesnar possibly dropping the title in the near future to compete in the UFC, look for Finn Bálor as one of the first superstars to contend for the title.
6. Roman Reigns
What would this list look like without the Big Dog? Reigns still get title shot, after title shot, after title shot. Like I said above with Lesnar, Reigns could be the one to take the title off the Beast and become your future WWE Universal Champion.
7. Bobby Lashley
If WWE wants someone new to feud with Brock Lesnar, why not choose someone who is like him? Building Lesnar vs. Lashley to fight at SummerSlam (one of the major Pay Per View in WWE) would be just as huge as Lesnar vs. Goldberg in August.
8. Braun Strowman
One must believe that Strowman will become a WWE single champion. Even though he won the WWE Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania 34 with Nicholas (a ten-year-old fourth grader) (no seriously), he had to give up the title a day later as Nicholas wouldn’t be able to help Strowman defend his title because he had to go back to school. One option could be that Braun Strowman goes after the Intercontinental Championship which is currently held by Seth Rollins. If WWE wants to keep Strowman away from the Universal Championship, putting him into a feud with Rollins or Balor (assuming he takes the IC title away from Rollins) wouldn’t be a bad feud to watch at all.
9. Rey Mysterio
One does wonder with WWE bringing back Mysterio, would they move him down to 205 Live to compete for the Cruiserweight Championship, a title he has held three times. I assume they will as Mysterio will compete for the championship and also win it.
10. Ember Moon
With the recent call-up from NXT to Monday Night Raw, Ember Moon has the potential to become the WWE Women Champion. She could possibly turn on Nia Jax and somehow, feud with the currently Women Champion and take the title off the champion’s waist.
11. Ronda Rousey
Speaking of women competing for the WWE Women’s Championship, one couldn’t forget about “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey. With her move from the UFC to WWE, WWE has done a great deal in slowly building her toward being a Women’s Champion. Whether it’s against Asuka, Charlotte, or another Women’s Champions, look for Rousey to compete and win the title before WrestleMania 35. Hey, maybe she could even win the title at WrestleMania 35.