WrestleMania 33

Here are some news and notes regarding WrestleMania 33 this Sunday in Orlando.

Women’s Match

As reported last night, the Smackdown Women’s Championship match has been shifted back to the main card after being pushed to the Kickoff Show earlier this week. Becky Lynch tweeted out the following noting the fans “spoke up” about the match.

WrestleMania 33 Main Event

According to a report by Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online, The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns is scheduled to main event WrestleMania on Sunday night at Camping World Stadium. This was the current plan as of this weekend.

Seth Rollins sick

WWE revealed in a new video interview with Seth Rollins that he is currently battling an illness in the days leading up to WrestleMania this Sunday.

14 COMMENTS

  1. If Taker vs. Reigns is the final match, I’m guessing WWE is speculating this could be Undertaker last match. Perhaps a Reigns heel turn could close out the event.

  2. How could they put Roman Reigns in the main event? Taker’s matches are great, but if they aren’t

    against a main event guy, then why put them on last? Especially if the main thing most people are tuning in for is going to be Lesnar/Goldberg. WWE really doesn’t know how to build a proper card that builds to a real main event anymore. Let me guess, Wyatt/Orton will be first, and the entrance will be ruined being a daylight entrance for Bray when they usually use the fireflies and the lantern.

  3. My bet would be the Miz/Maryse- Cena Nikki match will be last since Cena and Nikki are overhyped; but I think that Brock/Goldberg should be the main event

  4. First off calm down. I think that Wyatt/Orton will be somewhere in the middle which means it will likely be dark already for his entrance. Secondly, most fans are likely going to be more interested in seeing Undertaker in possibly his last Mania match than they would be in seeing a guy who has fought a total of maybe 4 minutes in his return

  5. Ah man… I feel bad for Seth, guy can’t seem to catch a break. Wrestlers get sick too though, & its gotta suck putting your body through extra physical stress when battling a cold. Hope he feels better for Sunday.

  6. If Taker/Reigns main event, pretty much sums up Reigns to clean pin Taker. Taker then shake hands as in passing torch, then Reigns walks off to allow Taker to be applauded as goes off the air. I could be wrong, but just my prediction

  7. Main reasons why Taker’s going on last, despite all the complaints about it: 1. He’s probably retiring after this match, and 2. It’s his 25th Wrestlemania. Sure, announcers and staff may have gone that long, but no wrestler has ever wrestled at 25 Wrestlemanias. It’s actually very fitting that he main event and retire at his 25th Wrestlemania. Frankly, despite the flak he gets from the IWC, he deserves it.

  8. Doubt he’ll pass the touch. If so, he wouldn’t have lost to Brock as they could have used that match to pass……. besides I’d rather someone other than reigns to beat Taker

  9. Exactly. No one cares about Goldberg v Lesnar…. Goldberg doesn’t have the stamina anymore. Everyone has always liked Undertaker…. he can at least wrestle longer than 2 minutes.

  10. You guys are totally rediculous roman cant beat taker and yaa it is nt taker last match will get to know about that when taker will beat roman and goldberg will beat beast so taker vs goldberg will be one more matche we want

  11. This is not The Undertaker’s last match! WWE always makes a huge deal when any of the major stars retire. Look at Ric Flair, HBK, Edge, Daniel Bryan etc… Undertaker will not retire without them basically telling everyone beforehand so the world will tune in for “Takers last match” and WWE will get a massive draw.

    More importantly, Undertaker said in January “I will no longer be defined by Wrestlemania, I am going to get back to what I do best- diggin’ holes and takin’ souls!”

    Ohhhhh Yessssssss!!! OOOOHHHH YESSSSS YESSSSS YESSSSSSS!!!!!!!

  12. Exciting times for Alexa Bliss. She’s gone from managing a jobber tag team to defending the Women’s Championship at Wrestlemania in a matter of months.

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