WWE: Five DREAM opponents for Nikki Bella at Wrestlemania 34

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Wrestlemania 34 is around the corner and fans can’t control my excitement. WWE’s biggest extravaganza which will roll out from New Orleans, Louisiana on April 8 will feature many exciting matches.

It won’t be wrong to say that WWE female superstars are hogging all the limelight and scaling new heights with every passing day. The female superstars made history in January when they competed in the first ever women’s Royal Rumble match.

Six women wrestlers from RAW will once again write their names in the history books and compete in the first ever women’s Elimination Chamber match. WWE has been giving their talented female wrestlers the opportunity to show their potential in the high-profile matches.

Women wrestlers from both RAW and Smackdown have been part of Hell in a Cell, steel cage, no holds barred, falls count anywhere matches and proved they can give neck-to-neck competition to their male counterparts.

WWE women wrestlers are no longer Divas but superstars who are inspiring other females to realise their dreams.

There’s no doubt that Nikki Bella is one of the flag bearers of the WWE women’s revolution. The two-time Divas champion remains one of the most popular superstars of the largest wrestling promotion.

The Total Divas star holds the record for the longest reigning Divas champion in WWE history and has competed in various high-profile matches. Nikki was also part of the women’s Rumble match which was eventually won by Asuka.

The ‘Fearless One’ was the last superstar to be eliminated from the match. Fans have been eagerly waiting to see the power-pack performer in an one-on-one contestant at the grandest stage of them all.

Nikki made a return to WWE at Summerslam 2016 after battling a career threatening injury. Her rivalries with Charlotte Flair, Natalya, Carmella and Paige have resulted in some of the most thrilling matches.

We have picked out five dream opponents for the Total Bellas star at Wrestlemania 34.

Alexa Bliss

Alexa Bliss and Nikki Bella at one point of time, were part of the Smackdown roster. The current RAW women’s champion has faced Nikki Bella once on smackdown and it was one hell of a fight. Seeing the two charismatic performers at Wrestlemania 34 will definitely sent the fans into tizzy. Imagine Nikki challenging ‘Five Feet of Fury’ for the women’s title.
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Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks is one of the most loved superstars in WWE and has fought with Nikki Bella many times during 2015. It would be a dream come true for the WWE universe to see the ‘Boss’ and ‘Fearless One’ in a no holds barred match at WM 34 for the Raw Women’s title.
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Nikki Bella would have become the first winner of the women’s Rumble match if Asuka was not there. The Fearless One has a score to settle with the ‘Empress of Tomorrow’ and Wrestlemania 34 is the perfect place to do so. Imagine Nikki winning the Raw or Smackdown’s women’s title anyhow and Asuka choosing her as WM 34 opponent. The two superstars have their own star power and the match is bound to excite the hardcore wrestling fans.
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Becky Lynch

When Becky Lynch won the first ever Smackdown women’s championship, fans were expecting Nikki Bella to challenge the Irish Lass Kicker at Wrestlemania 33. The two superstars are yet to face each other in a single affair. We have full confidence on both Nikki and Becky that they will deliver a five-star rating match considering their wrestling style.
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Ronda Rousey

The fight between Rounda Rousey and Nikki Bella will be a thunderous affair and will bring a lot of positive publicity for WWE. Ronda made her WWE debut at Royal Rumble and immediately pointed out at the Wrestlemania 34 sign. The former UFC Women's Bantamweight division champion will officially sign the WWE contract at Elimination Chamber. Nikki challenging Ronda for a single contest at WM 34 will definitely take the internet by storm.
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