With a month and a half until Wrestlemania 32 in Dallas and the build up for the WWE’s next pay per view, Fastlane, nearing its end, Blasting News takes a look at what the WWE needs to do in order to ensure that the WWE’s biggest event of the year is, at the very least, an entertaining one.

Put AJ Styles in a Feud for a Title: It would be great to see “The Phenomenal One” fighting for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, but that’s most likely not happening. Seeing Styles in a bout against Kalisto or Dean Ambrose for the United States or Intercontinental Championship would, however, be a fantastic opener for the WWE’s “Showcase of the Immortals.” It would also pave the way for Styles to be more than an indie darling and someone hardcore fans respect and admire. With a belt around his waist and some momentum, he may be able to have the same effect on the WWE Universe as former indie stars the likes of CM Punk and Daniel Bryan.

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