DDP with some high praises for "The Queen".
Former WWF European Champion and WWE Hall Of Famer Diamond Dallas Page had some high praises for the female superstars of WWE while speaking to The Express. Page was asked about the match card for WrestleMania 34 and which bouts he believes will steal the show. He choose the SmackDown Live Women's Championship match between Charlotte Flair and Asuka and went on to praise "The Queen" labeling her the best in-ring performer in the company period; male or female.
"That's tough. You got your great workers and this is WrestleMania. To me, the women have taken it to a different level. Of course those two (Asuka and Charlotte), they got to be considered the best at this point. Not to take anything away from The Boss because she's amazing. So many of these new girls that are coming in, these girls can go. I feel Charlotte might be the best performer in the company, not taking anything away from any of the guys." DDP expressed. "I think that ladies' Championship match is going to be amazing. I'd put that match at the end if I was booking. To me they're all going to be great matches.
Another match that DDP is looking forward to is the WWE Championship match between AJ Styles & Shinsuke Nakamura. The DDP Yoga founder says that the Wrestle Kingdom 10 rematch is going to be flawless as they entertain the thousands in New Orleans.
“When you look at AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura, I think that their match is going to be flawless. We've never really seen it. We've seen so many amazing matches by both of them individually. I think AJ v Nakamura and the match with the girls (will steal the show). They're just going to be amazing and again, they’ll have time to work with each other here and there and once they finally face off it's going to be explosive. This may be the best WrestleMania. It has all the potential to be.”
The Road to WrestleMania for the blue-brand has officially taken off. Check out our SmackDown Live results from this past Tuesday to catch up on the action. Also, there was a post-event podcast which is still available to listen to if you wanted to hear some thoughts on the April 3rd edition of SmackDown Live.