Before I relay my card, I would like to preface this card by saying that I believe some of the matches won’t happen. I have based this card on the premise of what I have seen so far and what Triple H likes to say, “best for business.” Without further delay, here we go.
Pre-Show: AJ Lee vs Kharma – Divas Championship
Okay, this match is a stretch I admit. But can you believe what would happen if Kharma were to come back after a long hiatus and win the Divas title? I think it would be a nice feel good story and have a nice dynamic for a monster diva in Kharma.
Pre-Show (2nd Match): Rey Mysterio vs Sin Cara – Mask vs Mask
I think the pre-show for WrestleMania should be about an hour and I think this match would be a nice warm-up for the big night to come. This match has been long talked about since Sin Cara debuted on RAW in 2011. Though Sin is still a botch machine, Rey doesn’t have a lot of good matches left, and if there is any opponent he hasn’t faced yet that I would like him to face, it would be this man right here. It’s tough to predict a winner, but i think Rey makes the most logical sense because he is more over.
Winner: Rey Mysterio
Big E Langston vs Mark Henry: Intercontinental United States Championship
It has been reported on this site that WWE plans to unify the two mid card titles into one championship. If they do, I think that’s what they are going to call it. I see Big E winning against Dean Ambrose in the unification match and Mark Henry turning on Big E in a tag match, getting into a feud. I think that Langston would be able to showcase his real power by going up against the World’s Strongest Man if you ask me. I say the young guy wins and Langston wins the match.
Winner: Big E Langston
The Shield vs The Wyatt Family: Losing Team Disbands
We caught a glimpse of The Shield and The Wyatts going at it the week before Survivor Series and we were left with a hot crowd chanting, “THIS IS AWESOME.” And a feud such as this one would indeed be awesome. No offense to the Wyatts, Bryan is being held back in this feud and is a main event player. Have these two heel factions feud, and the crowd is guaranteed to get into it. Imagine the separate backstage promos they can cut on each other. Since The Shield have been around longer, I say that the Wyatts win. This would also be an ideal stage where Roman Reigns turns face and beats up Rollins and Ambrose in the process. He would be super over.
Winner: The Wyatt Family
Batista vs Brock Lesnar: “The Animal” vs. “The Beast”
I don’t know about you guys, but I like that tag line. I don’t see why this match isn’t viewed as a dream match people would like to see more often. Sure Batista is knocking on fifty, but this is a match I would really love to see before either of these two decides to call it quits for good in WWE. Two standouts of the OVW class of 2002 going at it would be a terrific way to see who is the more dominant athletic, powerful beast. Since Brock is the younger and superior wrestler, I say Brock picks up the victory.
Winner: Brock Lesnar
CM Punk vs. Triple H
Triple H buried CM Punk at Night of Champions in 2011 in the midst of the best run of the career. This is CM Punk’s chance for redemption and finally overcoming Triple H. We saw Punk and HHH get into it a little bit before the TLC PPV but at the end of the day, I think this match is going to happen at WrestleMania, with the right man coming out on top this time.
Winner: CM Punk
Cody Rhodes vs. Goldust
Goldust has wanted this match to happen for some time now and he has even said that he would be willing to put his brother over at WrestleMania. These two have been fantastic as Tag Team champions, but sooner (maybe as soon as the Royal Rumble?) or later they are going to have their differences and feud with each other. Both men can go in the ring, but a match against each other should be every WWE fan’s dream. I think after the match they would have an embrace, as they realized they had a match stealer and the biggest stage of them all with Dusty Rhodes looking on.
Winner: Cody Rhodes
John Cena vs The Undertaker
It looks like Hulk Hogan is not going to wrestle at WrestleMania and I don’t think he is going to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. So why not have John Cena try to do what has never been done before, beat the Undertaker at WrestleMania. Cena has done more than enter the right of passage to face Taker at WrestleMania. I anticipate this match to be a very entertaining one with nice near falls. At the end of the day, however, Wrestlemnaia is Undertaker’s PPV, and he isn’t going to lose to the current face of WWE.
The Usos vs The New Age Outlaws – WWE Tag Team Champions
For one, I believe that The New Age Outlaws will win the titles this Sunday, setting up the Usos to have the biggest push of their life. They can face one of the greatest tag teams of all time and win the titles at WrestleMania. This team should have won a long time ago, but i guess WrestleMania is the best place to start anew.
Winners: The Usos
Chris Jericho vs. Ziggler
I see a situation where Dolph Ziggler claims to beat someone big at WrestleMania and makes an open challenge. Jericho responds and they make their match at Mania. Now i think these two should have been fighting for the World Heavyweight Championship last year at Mania but there’s no time like the present. This match could be the jumpstart Dolph needs to his quickly fading career.
Winner: Dolph Ziggler
Randy Orton vs Daniel Bryan – WWE World Heavyweight Championship (Vince Mcmahon – Special Referee)
Daniel Bryan’s moment of redemption should come at WrestleMania. Now I like the intrigue of this match, especially Vince being the guest referee. Orotn and Bryan have a match that will undoubtedly be the match of the night. Now it would appear as though Bryan has no way of winning, cause Vince is the special guest referee. But all of a sudden…*glass shatters* Stone Cold comes out. He stuns Vince, stuns Orton, wears the referee shirt, and counts the 1, 2, 3 on Orotn giving Bryan the moment that he has so deserved. I really think that this would be a nice way to end WrestleMania, with Stone Cold making an appearance and causing a finish that no one saw coming. This, my friends, would be a WrestleMania moment.
Winner: Daniel Bryan
So how’s the card? Did i miss anybody? Are the matches good or are they horrible? Comment below.