On Wednesday WWE announced that WrestleMania 36 will be a two-night event beginning on Saturday, Apr. 4 and concluding on Sunday, Apr. 5.
With two nights of action, two main event spots are now up for grabs. WWE had been pushing Drew McIntyre vs. Brock Lesnar for the WWE Title as the main event, although Goldberg vs. Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Title was referred to as a "main event" as well.
And Roman believes one of the main event spots will definitely go to him.
Edge, who may or may not be competing on the same night as Roman, believes he'll be in the main event regardless of which night he's on.
Aw that’s cute Big Pup. But whether you realize it or not, if @RandyOrton has the nads to accept my challenge for #WrestleMania we’ve already marked our territory on what the real main event is. After 9 years the wolf is back in the yard. #LastManStanding #MainMainEvent https://t.co/MZ4umW1NYB— Adam (Edge) Copeland (@EdgeRatedR) March 19, 2020
Meanwhile, Sasha Banks, who doesn't currently have a match, is fine if she serves as the main event on the pre-show.
That’s cute Mr. Wolf and Mr. Dog. But this Panther will be main eventing the pre show. I left my mark at the @WWEPC Just ask the eagle @itsBayleyWWE She was there for 5 years so technically that’s her land and she wants you off her yard! #TheMainEventbeforeTheMainEvent https://t.co/cc64UFGEya— $asha Banks (@SashaBanksWWE) March 19, 2020
WWE has not made an announcement on which matches will headline each night. Matches were listed for specific nights on WWE.com, though that has changed with all matches being listed for Saturday.