The grievances of Goldberg being the WWE Universal Champion are absolutely justified. Maybe the greatest issue that many fans have with is the way that Kevin Owens won’t come into WWE WrestleMania 33 as the champ. While that is a merited misgiving to have with the circumstance, it was important to get the point where he could have what may be the most foreseen match on the show: his session with Chris Jericho.
From the minute that Owens and Jericho collaborated and moved toward becoming companions, it generally appeared as though they were bound to get to this point. What may have been sudden, be that as it may, is the manner by which well everything wound up going over.
Regardless of Jericho being a flat out legend in WWE and in the business all in all notwithstanding Owens having been a win since he touched base on the primary program, this is among the best points that either have ever worked. There is genuine enthusiastic venture from the fans in this fight, which is a demonstration of each man’s capacity. Be that as it may, now that they’re bound to conflict on April 2 at WWE WrestleMania 33, what will unfold? Beginning from the earliest starting point, how about we separate it.
Chris Jericho came back to Raw interestingly since his beatdown on account of his previous companion, Kevin Owens.
Jericho claimed a measure of vengeance Sunday night when he appeared at Fastlane amid Owens’ Universal Championship coordinate with Bill Goldberg. Jericho diverted Owens sufficiently long for Goldberg to lance Owens before conveying a Jackhammer for the triumph.
After Owens and Jericho backpedaled and forward on the receiver, Y2J tested the previous Universal champion to a match at WrestleMania 33. Owens concurred on the condition Jericho would put the United States Championship on hold.