Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle's completed his WWE in-ring career with a fight against Baron Corbin at WrestleMania 35. Here, Angle poses while attending the 2017 Paris Games Week, at the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris, Nov. 4, 2017. Getty Images/THOMAS SAMSON/AFP

Wrestlemania 35 is just around the corner, and there are still some matches that have to be finalized. One of them is the card involving Kurt Angle and Baron Corbin, a matchup that could be changed in the coming weeks.

According to Sheamus aka Justin LaBar, the Angle vs. Corbin match could be up for a change. He claims that the running feud will not be the 50-year-old’s farewell match. He implied that the whole thing is to get people to appreciate the actual match and that the Lone Wolf will eventually be removed – similar to the way he was taken out as WWE general manager.

It remains to be seen if this holds true seeing that multiple outlets have seemingly embraced the fact that it would be Corbin sending Angle off to retirement. With all due respect to him, the WWE could do better by selecting someone else like maybe a John Cena or someone with bigger star power.

There is also the possibility of Angle jostling with a rising WWE star. His Farewell tour has seen the likes of Apollo Crews and Chad Gable before Corbin entered the picture, Daily DDT reported. With several weeks to go, Corbin could suffer from an injury or be replaced for one reason or another. So the question is who will the WWE scriptwriters go to?

A couple of days ago, the WWE listed down some potential dream opponents for the gold medal winner during the 1996 Olympics. Aside from Cena, other names suggested include Shelton Benjamin, Samoa Joe, Gable, The Undertaker, Rey Mysterio, Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre.

From that list, Reigns and McIntyre can be crossed out since it appears that both are on a collision course at Wrestlemania 35. Undertaker, on the other hand, is a big question mark with the Dead Man hardly seen as of late

Benjamin, Samoa Joe or Rey Mysterio could make sense for Angle. Benjamin has good wrestling roots dating back to college and at one point worked with Charlie Haas to form The World’s Greatest Tag Team. Both allied with Angle back in early 2000 so that would make sense.

Mysterio, on the other hand, is equally interesting since both have had classic battles in the past. A memorable clash was during Wrestlemania 22 where both were joined by Randy Orton for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Mysterio won that clash.

Angle may have announced his opponent but the final say may not be his. WWE CEO Vince McMahon could enter the picture and everyone knows how he can change cards in a snap.