Another Roman Empire at Wrestlemania 32?
We are a few days away from the biggest WWE event of the year and thought it was time to share our WrestleMania 32 predictions and thoughts.
You may be like us and have your doubts about how well this event will play out.
Many of the stars have been knocked out due to injury and the story-lines by the creative unit are iffy at best.
But we are holding onto a sliver of hope WWE will be able to pull a rabbit out of the hat, though those chances seem slim.
On to the WrestleMania 32 predictions.
- Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
We will see the Big Show, Social Outcasts,Kane, The Wyatt family in this free for all event during the pre-show. Most believe the Wyatt family is going to come out with a win, but keep an eye out for a returning WWE star to steal it.
- The Usos vs. The Dudley Boyz
Another pre-show match which will surely feature a broken table or two and hopefully a amped up crowd. This has a chance to be a decent match thanks to the high flying moves of the Usos who will come away with a hard fought win.
- New Day vs. League of Nations
This handicap tag team match is going to have New Day on the wrong end of the advantage. Some rumors have been floating around about how some of the League of Nations members are injured but it should not stop them from doing whatever they can to win. The better heel, New Day, is going to find a way.
- Kalisto vs. Ryback (US Championship)
The tagline “Size Does Matter” has been tossed around this match since it first announced. Shame they did not do much else with it. The new attitude Ryback has received a push lately and will get the nod with a win over the fan fave Kalisto.
- Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match
Hands down, this is going to be the most entertaining match of the night and the most antcipated. While we have seven wrestlers aiming for the title, only a handful are in consideration; Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Dolph Ziggler. The rest are just ladder fodder, though we would not mind seeing Ryder given the chance. Owens has been on as of late, so no reason why we should not expect him to win.
- Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks (Divas Championship)
The Triple Threat match is finally here though it felt like a slow moving locomotive getting here. Charlotte has done a decent job as the champion but we see her losing it. We would prefer Lynch get the title but expect to see Banks win it as the WWE says goodbye to the Divas belt and ushers in a new one.
- Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose
This match lost some steamed in the final weeks before WrestleMania but it should still be one of the best on Sunday night. It is hard to choose between Lesnar and Ambrose but we are glad we will not have to. Ambrose is going to get the win but thanks to the Wyatts coming in and laying waste to Lesnar.
- Triple H vs. Roman Regins (WWE World Heavyweight Championship)
To say fans are less than excited for this match may be an understatement considering all arrows are pointing toward Reigns coming away with the title. Some are hoping for a heel turn for Reigns, but we do not see how it is in the cards, unless the creative minds decide to let Triple H retain the title.
- Shane McMahon vs. The Undertaker
The main event has lost some of the luster thanks to seeing Shane going after the Undertaker. Ten years ago, this may have been a watcher but it feels more like a snoozer. Is the creative unit going to send the Undertaker into retirement with a loss? Looks that way since there is no reason to bring Shane back and not let him have control of RAW to see if he can save it.