Wrestlemania 32 is just a month away and the match card for the same is finally starting to take place. After nearly a year of plans being created, shattered, and rearranged, the top of the grandest WrestleMania of all time is set.
In the main event of Wrestlemania 32 The WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H will be defending his championship against Roman Reigns. The Undertaker will be taking on Shane McMahon In a Hell in a Cell match with huge implications – and if McMahon wins, he gets control of Monday Night Raw. Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar will fight in a No Holds barred Street Fight Match, Charlotte will defend the Divas’ Championship against Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch in a triple threat match.
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The top two bouts on the show are polarizing, to say the least. The company has spent months trying to get Roman Reigns over to no avail, and Shane McMahon isn’t the most attractive opponent for Undertaker. For those reasons, it’s essential that the rest of the card delivers. The Ambrose-Lesnar and Charlotte-Sasha-Becky matches are a great start, but the remaining bouts also need to help make the show memorable.
Here are five more matches that WWE needs to add to WrestleMania 32 to make the show live up to expectations:
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5. The WrestleMania Battle Royal
The third annual iteration of the WrestleMania battle royal hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s likely a given for the show. While last year’s edition fell to the WrestleMania pre-show, odds are that this time, they’ll be able to make a spot for it on the main roster.
Though standard battle royals aren’t typically as entertaining as Royal Rumble matches, this contest has offered up its share of dramatic moments in the past couple of years. At WrestleMania XXX, Cesaro lifted up The Big Show and bodyslammed him over the top rope en route to a victory. Last year, Damien Sandow finally turned on The Miz, kickstarting what could have been a strong babyface run.
This year, all of the part-time talent (even more than usual) coming back for the show ensures that there are “names” in the battle royal – but who could win? A victory could go a long way toward rehabbing Rusev, make a huge debut for Baron Corben, or even provide a surprising return for an injured superstar.
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4. The New Day Versus Y2AJ
WWE has already started the build for this match last week on Raw when the tag team of Y2J and Aj Styles delivered a non-title victory over the Tag Team Champions New Day. After that, it was announced that the teams would battle for the titles on this week’s edition of Raw.
Setting the bout up would be easy – just have this week’s match end in a disqualification. After that, Y2AJ can spend the next four weeks feuding with The New Day, and the result would be an excellent 15-20 minute bout at WrestleMania.
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3. Kalisto Versus Alberto Del Rio Versus Neville Versus Dolph Ziggler Versus The Miz Versus Sin Cara
Last year, seven of the company’s most talented workers clashed in a ladder match opener with the Intercontinental Championship on the line. Not only did it give all of the men a slot at WrestleMania, but it added a kick to the show reminiscent of the days of the Money in the Bank match.
This year, U.S. Champion Kalisto is relatively directionless – his program with Alberto Del Rio was seemingly put to bed at Fastlane (although they might have one more match at Roadblock), leaving the champ without a clear cut opponent at WrestleMania. Taking a page from last year’s book, the company can stick several talented workers in a ladder match for an easy ace.
Alberto Del Rio would be a must for the bout, as would feuding ex-champions Dolph Ziggler and The Miz. Neville would fit into a ladder match perfectly, while adding Sin Cara would allow The Lucha Dragons to throw some cooperative spots into the bout. A contest this exciting – with, hopefully, Kalisto retaining his championship – would be a great boost for the show.
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