WWE What If WrestleMania Was Always 2 Nights? Which Matches Would Be the Other Main Event? | Smark Out Moment

Welcome to the first edition of WHAT IF, where we look back on a moment in pro wrestling history and ponder how things would have played out differently if something else had occurred instead of what actually happened.

This time around, the question is "What if WrestleMania were always a two-night event? Which other match would have been the secondary main event?"

The panelists for the Smack Talk podcast go down the rabbit hole of alternate dimensions and timelines to break down how they imagine events would have panned out with this Butterly Effect rippling through pro wrestling's history and altering it for better or worse.

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