The exhilarating event titled WrestleMania 33 is still more than 2 months from being all set and prepared for the matches, but the bits and the pieces for the matches that might take place are coming to place. Prior to the Royal Rumble, there exists a lot of superior sense of the matches that are going to be the headlines of WWE’s biggest show in the year 2017.
The same event, WrestleMania 32, last year presented 12 different matches and 6-hours of professional wrestling, and the PPV that’s going to be held April 2 in Camping World Stadium, in Orlando, Florida must be really akin to the previous event. It is going to be the second WrestleMania to be held at this stadium as it also hosted WrestleMania 24 and the third WrestleMania to be held in Florida.
The majority of the match card is going to be made out from what takes place at the Elimination Chamber on 12th February and the Fastlane on 5th March. For a couple of weeks, a lot of rumors have been whirled concerning the probable WrestleMania 33 matches that might take place this year, and the current events point out that a few of the reports are certainly accurate. The policies are all the time altering in the WWE, even though it isn’t tough to guess the wrestlers that are certainly going to wrestle on the self-styled grandest stage of them all.
The probable matches that are going to take place in WrestleMania 33 are:
Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton
Subsequent to winning the all-important Royal Rumble, Randy Orton is all set to face John Cena for the WWE Championship in the major and the main event in WrestleMania 33. However, the two have battled off in a lot of giant matches since a lot of years. Thus it’s tough to believe they are actually going to have top billing in the major Pay-Per-View of 2017. This leaves the entrance vacant for John Cena to slump the belt in the Elimination Chamber, and a triumph for Bray mainly makes sense. Randy Orton probably won’t be an element of The Wyatt Family for a lot longer, and pushing him to fight Bray in a title match is going to force them to split.
Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar
On one occasion, Goldberg thrashed Brock Lesnar in just below 90 seconds fighting him at the Survivor Series, it happened to be clear that both the wrestlers might have a replay at WrestleMania 33. Through Goldberg getting rid of Lesnar from the Royal Rumble in rapid fashion, the action of Goldberg having an upper hand on the former UFC champion’s persists.
There are rumors that Goldberg might win the WWE Universal Championship title from Kevin Owens at the FastLane, and a title match amongst Goldberg and Lesnar might likely take place at the Pay-Per-View.
Triple H vs. Seth Rollins
This battle is being churned for quite a long time now while Triple H assaulted Rollins and permitted Kevin Owens to be the victor of the WWE Championship. Rollins has summoned Triple H a lot of times, and he must, at last, get his shot against Triple-H who is the 14-time World Heavyweight Champion at WrestleMania. Rollins hasn’t gotten over as having a baby face like a lot of people thought he can, but a dispute against maybe the company’s finest heel might go a long way in assisting him to realize his prospective.
Shane McMahon vs. AJ Styles
Whilst not formally definite, it appears probable that WWE’s outstanding player AJ Styles is going to be face to face with the SmackDown administrator Shane McMahon. Styles lost the opportunity to fight Bray Wyatt following his loss against Randy Orton, and spat all his anger on a confused McMahon later that night after the match. Although this looks as a waste of Styles, Shane is one among the majorly recognized characters in the WWE industry, and managed to appeal a lot of attention at WrestleMania past year at the time of his match against The Undertaker.
Kevin Owens vs. Chris Jericho
The best friends appear to be heading towards an expected breakup that is going to conclude into a WrestleMania fight or the battle of the pals. Kevin Owens at present has the WWE Universal Championship; however, he may not possess the championship belt once the calendar hits April. Chris Jericho, on the other hand is the United States Champion, so you may look out for these two wrestlers to out of the blue cost each other their championship titles, sparking a bad blood.
John Cena vs. Samoa Joe
The tactics for Cena are certainly a lot up in the air, but a fight in opposition to Joe appears to be the most probable while looking at several reports and Cena’s latest WrestleMania history. Joe might be aligned for a large push once he gets a call from NXT, and coupling him up with John Cena might aid him to get over like a heel. John Cena worked with Rusev and Bray Wyatt both in their initial WrestleMania matches in recent times, so Cena facing Joe is just as logical as it might get.
The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns
Braun Strowman and John Cena have been guessed to be the possible WrestleMania challengers for The Undertaker, but it appears that WWE is moving in a different course. Roman Reigns eliminated The Undertaker from the main event of the Royal Rumble, and the Deadman might anticipate obtaining his vengeance on WWE’s main stage.
It may be an ideal opportunity for the WWE to at last turn Reigns heel, trenching him opposite one among the most valued wrestlers in the records.