Dallas We Have A Problem: WrestleMania 32 Preview
Tonight the biggest show of the year is upon us. The one day of the year where wrestling fans around the world are glued to their seats to watch the magnificence the grandeur “The Showcase of The Immortals” WrestleMania. For over thirty years we’ve been wowed at all of the great moments cheered in excitement for the history making matches and athletes who made this event the granddaddy of them all. This years show will be one of epic proportions filled with attitude era nostalgia, a divas revolution, a battle for tag team supremacy, a dream match for the ages, and a main event that could change the face of WWE.
Kickoff Show: United States Championship Kalisto(c) vs. Ryback
The WrestleMania festivities begin with the kickoff show featuring Kalisto defending his United States Championship against his biggest challenger to date Ryback. Can the exciting luchador perform under the bright lights of WrestleMania and defeat Ryback or will “The Big Guy” reign dominant over his foe.
Kickoff Show: The Usos vs. The Dudley Boyz
The Usos look to defend their family honor at WrestleMania when they battle the most decorate tag team in wrestling history The Dudley Boyz. After weeks of torment and attacks at the hands of the Dudleys Jimmy and Jey Uso finally got a taste of revenge on an episode of Smack Down when they gave the Dudleys a dose of their own medicine by putting them both through tables. Will the Anoa’i family dynasty be defended with pride and honor or will they take the dreaded trip to Dudleyville.
Kickoff Show: 10 Divas Tag Team Match Team Total Divas vs. Team B.A.D & Blonde
The war between the divas on the hit reality show Total Divas and the rest of the Divas locker room finally come to a head at WrestleMania. Team Total Divas captained by Brie Bella and Team B.A.D & Blonde captain Lana have had a fierce exchange of words as of late even getting to the point where Lana drew the battle lines in the sand when she attacked Brie on Raw two weeks ago. Last Monday night on Raw Lana and Brie went face to face and that’s when the two teams assembled and we will watch this Civil War explode at WrestleMania.(shameless Marvel plug)
3rd Annual Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal
Tonight WWE and NXT superstars will fill the ring in hopes of grabbing the now prestigious Andre The Giant Memorial Trophy. Who will join the ranks of Cesaro and the Big Show and rise to the top.
Intercontinental Championship: Kevin Owens(c) vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Stardust vs. Zack Ryder vs. Sami Zayn vs. Sin Cara. The Miz
Kevin Owens will defend his Intercontinental Championship against six competitors who are looking to make their WrestleMania Moment. Sami Zayn makes his WrestleMania debut 48 hours after going to war with NXT newcomer Shinsuke Nakamura along with renewing his long intense rivalry with Kevin Owens. The Miz looks to return to WrestleMania glory with a win tonight along with Dolph Ziggler, Zack Ryder, Stardust, and Sin Cara look to make a splash and make sure KO Mania does not go as planned for Kevin Owens.
The New Day vs. The League of Nations
It’s a battle for tag team supremacy as the WWE Tag Team champions face the one man advantage against Sheamus and the League of Nations. After beating Rusev and Alberto Del Rio on Raw the League of Nations went on the attack and making the challenge for battle at WrestleMania. Will the numbers game finally catch up to the New Day or will the unicorns unite and take down the League of Nations. Grab your bowl of Booty O’s cereal and enjoy this one.
AJ Styles vs. Chris Jericho
This match is years in the making. After making his long anticipated debut at the Royal Rumble international star AJ Styles finally makes his WrestleMania debut against one of the best performers to step in the ring Y2J. Jealousy has plagued this rivalry after Styles won their rubber match at WWE Fastlane and Jericho thinks he wasn’t getting the same respect as the surging AJ Styles. Fast forward to tonight where these two legends and future Hall of Famers collide in a match for the ages on the grandest stage of them all.
Divas Championship: Charlotte(c) vs. Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch
The Divas Revolution reaches its peak when three of the best in the division battle it out in a match that could be possibly the most memorable womens wrestling match in WrestleMania history. The Boss Sasha Banks, the Lass Kicker Becky Lynch and the champion Charlotte look to tear the house down in a very NXT like contest.
No Holds Barred Street Fight: Dean Ambrose vs. Brock Lesnar
“The Lunatic Fringe” Dean Ambrose steps into the lion’s den with the beast Brock Lesnar. Ambrose is a man focused on one goal defeat Lesnar at his own game at any cost, and Brock Lesnar only has one job arrive conquer and leave. This match will be nothing short of a violent bloody fight and these men will not walk out of WrestleMania the same.
Hell In A Cell: Shane McMahon vs. The Undertaker
The return of Shane McMahon set the internet off for days and his plans for the future of the WWE were all the buzz as well. When Vince McMahon made the proposition to Shane that he could have control of Monday Night Raw he would have to go through one heavy task, go one on one with The Undertaker at WrestleMania in a Hell In A Cell match. Shane would accept this challenge as a personal crusade to dethrone the power that he feels is plaguing the WWE will he succeed or will the phenom take the billionaire son straight to hell.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Triple H(c) vs. Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns is a man with revenge on his mind his mission to regain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship has been a long and grueling one but he is determined to beat the authority and the champion Triple H. The Cerebral Assassin has had Romans number for the past couple months and looks to take advantage at the show of shows. Will Roman Reigns declare his name in the WrestleMania history books or will The Game finally finish off Romans rise we will find out at the end of this action packed main event at WrestleMania 32 live on the WWE Network.
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