AJ Styles, André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, Becky Lynch, Brock Lesnar, Cesaro, Charlotte Flair, Chris Jericho, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, Emma, John Cena, Kalisto, Kevin Owens, Paige, Randy Orton, Ric Flair, Roman Reigns, Ryback, Ryberg, Sami Zayn, Sasha Banks, Shane McMahon, Sin Cara, Stardust, Team B.A.D., The Dudley Boys, The League Of Nations, The Miz, The New Day, The Total Divas, The Undertaker, The USOS, Triple H, Wrestlemania 32, WWE, WWE Network, Zack Ryder
It is that time of the year once again when the show of shows commences in the showcase of the immortals. That’s right, I am talking about WrestleMania 32 which takes place live tonight from AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Its the Superbowl of the WWE and I am kind of excited for it because despite all of the injuries this could still be a good show. Out of the 11 matches that are taking place tonight, I am excited for about a little over half of them while the others I could personally do without. One of the matches that I think is just absolutely stupid is Ryback (Ryberg) taking on US Champion Kalisto. This is literally a math that no one cares about. The only thing I want to see happen in that match is for Goldberg to come out and spear Ryback to hell. Despite the fact that I love Paige and Emma, I really could care less for the The Total Divas Vs Team B.A.D. And Blonde match. It’s literally the Divas Jobbers match (essentially the old divas division no one wants mixed in with a few we still want). I love watching The USOS, but their match with The Dudley Boys is literally an attempt to put them over with the crowd since New Day stole their thunder. I am also very disappointed in the opponent choice for The New Day in the form of The League Of Nations (a group none of us care about). There are so many tag teams in the WWE that are better opponents than The League Of Nations. The last match that I don’t essentially care for because the WWE is going insane in trying to put Roman Reigns over with the crowd that it’s sickening. No mater what, the guy is leaving in a sea of boos.
Now to talk about the matches that I am looking forward to from the Wrestlemania 32 card like Brock Lesnar taking on Dean Ambrose in a no holds barred street fight. This match has me thinking that we could see a little of the attitude era tonight considering all the legends of those days that have already paid visits to Dean in the past weeks. Then there is the seven man ladder match for the Intercontinental title that could be a tradition now a WrestleMania, but if you ask me Owens has nothing to worry about. With four jobbers in the match, he only has two guys to worry about in Dolph Ziggler and Sami Zayn. Hopefully what is the last match in the series, we once again see AJ Styles take on Chris Jericho. With three amazing matches already in the books, how can they top the last three on the biggest stage. The Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal is a cool match to have on the card, but who is going to win it? Rumors have it that Cesaro, John Cena, and Randy Orton are all there, but will one of them appear during the match? Charlotte once again defends her Divas title against Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch in a triple threat match and you know Ric Flair is going to play a part in this. The last match that I am super excited for is the Hell In A Cell Match that sees Shane McMahon fighting for not only his life, but for control of Monday Night Raw against The Undertaker. Is The Undertaker going to lie down for Shane or is someone going to interfere and cost the Deadman the match? I honestly thing this can be a decent night so I am predicting that the event’s final grade is going to be an B+. Here are my predictions for the night as far as matches are concerned.
Kalisto defeats Ryback
The USOS defeat The Dudley Boys
BAD And Blonde defeat The Total Divas
John Cena wins the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal (second choice: The Big Show just in case Cena doesn’t enter)
AJ Styles defeats Chris Jericho
Kevin Owens wins the Ladder match
Sasha Banks defeats Charlotte and Becky Lynch
The League Of Nations defeats The New Day
Roman Reigns defeats Triple H
Brock Lesnar defeats Dean Ambrose
Shane McMahon defeats The Undertaker