WWE WrestleMania 34 Full Match Card Preview And Predictions

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WWE WrestleMania 34 is happening this Sunday and it's the biggest night of the year for many professional wrestling fans around the world.

This year's event is looking stacked so let's take a look at what is in store for WWE fans.

(P) André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal: The annual Battle Royal is a chance for every other person on the roster get a spot in the WrestleMania spotlight.

That said, the winners have never gotten a push ever since it started in 2014.

It's hard to predict who will win since there's so many wrestlers in the match. I'll just take a guess and say Dolph Ziggler, Matt Hardy and possibly Bray Wyatt could win it. 

(P) WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal: Much like the men's match, this is an event so every other female wrestler can wrestle at WrestleMania. The only two notable stars in the match are Bayley and Sasha Banks. 

Bayley and Sasha Banks are my picks to be the final two. As for who will win, I give the edge to Banks since she has more of a fiery attitude. 

(P) Cedric Alexander vs Mustafa Ali - WWE Cruiserweight Championship: These two are awesome and are two of the best high flyers in the company right now.

I cannot wait to see what these two can do on a big stage even though this is on the pre-show.

I'm going to have to give Cedric Alexander the win here. This is because fans have loved him since the beginning and it's time for him to finally achieve the gold that has eluded him since 2016. 

Brock Lesnar (c) vs Roman Reigns - Universal Championship: Even though this could be the main event of the show, it's very predictable who will win this match.

All I have to say is that Roman Reigns is winning by beating Brock Lesnar with a Spear.

AJ Styles (c) vs Shinsuke Nakamura - WWE Championship: This potentially could be the best match at WrestleMania 34 because these two are the best in-ring performers in the company right now. 

AJ Styles is already an established star and has won the WWE Title twice in his career.

I think it's about time AJ Styles takes a step back for Shinsuke Nakamura to be the face of Smackdown Live going forward in 2018.

The Miz (c) vs Seth Rollins vs Finn Bálor - Intercontinental Championship: Another match on the card that could steal the show thanks to the talents of Rollins and Balor.

Add The Miz to the mix and you have a match that could have an unpredictable finish.

I think it's about time The Miz loses the Intercontinental Championship as he's been champ for far too long. I hope it's Finn Balor's time so shine since Seth Rollins is big enough to go onto bigger things in 2018.

However, I feel this feud could continue so I think The Miz might steal a victory here.

Randy Orton (c) vs Bobby Roode vs Jinder Mahal vs Rusev - United States Championship: Rusev is the fan favorite, and I'm hoping he gets the victory here. He's the biggest merchandise seller out of all the men featured in this match and he deserves a big push here.

That said, I have a feeling WWE might not pull the trigger here and Orton could win.

Alexa Bliss (c) vs Nia Jax - WWE Raw Women's Championship: Much like Lesnar vs Reigns, this match is looking very predictable and could be the shortest match on the entire card.

I fully expect Nia Jax to squash Alexa Bliss in less than two minutes in this match to become the new champion.

Charlotte Flair (c) vs Asuka - SmackDown Women's Championship: Arguably the biggest women's match of all time as the undefeated Asuka faces up against Ric Flair's daughter Charlotte Flair in a dream match. 

Asuka is unlikely going to lose as I feel she will stay undefeated until WrestleMania 35. This might be the longest women's match on the card, but Asuka is sure to make Charlotte Flair tap out for the feel good win. 

​Cesaro and Sheamus (c) vs Braun Strowman and TBD - Raw Tag Team Championship: The Bar have been champs for several times, but their gimmick is starting to get boring.

I think it's time they break up as Cesaro and Sheamus should return as singles competitors.

With that said, I feel Braun Strowman and his partner is winning here. I'm hoping his partner is either Samoa Joe or Bray Wyatt. I'm going to groan if I see the Big Show enter the ring though...

The Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso) (c) vs The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston, and/or Xavier Woods) vs The Bludgeon Brothers (Harper and Rowan) - SmackDown Tag Team Championship: Surprisingly, this is the first time that The Usos will not be relegated to just the pre-show of a WrestleMania.

Thanks to the work they have done over the years, I feel WWE is going to reward The Usos for their great service with a big win here.

Kurt Angle and Ronda Rousey vs Triple H and Stephanie McMahon: Celebrities always win at WrestleMania and I highly doubt WWE is going to halt Ronda Rousey's push so soon in her very first WWE match ever.

Rousey is going to make Stephanie McMahon tap out to an armbar for a win that is likely going to get a lot of mainstream media attention.

Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon vs Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn: Owens and Zayn are going to be fired if Bryan and Shane beat them.

I feel the pair could go on Raw if they lose, but I think they're staying on Smackdown Live.

Even though making Bryan win here is a feel good moment, it does not work for me in terms of prolonging the storyline.

Bryan could always get his win back by further feuding with Zayn and Owens in future matches after WrestleMania 34 instead.

(?) John Cena vs Undertaker: This is the only match that surprisingly still has not been confirmed by WWE or anyone else for that matter. I'm not even sure if this match is even going to take place. 

WWE could tease everyone and build this up for a match at WrestleMania 35. Hopefully that doesn't happen though as everyone will be angry if they have to wait another year to see this match. 

That said, I feel John Cena needs to win here as Undertaker should be retiring very soon. It's about time Undertaker rests his body as he's got nothing left to prove. 

(?) Elias vs The Rock in a concert: Another unannounced segment could be Elias battling The Rock in a concert battle.

I'm hoping The Rock is available to do this segment, although nobody knows if Dwayne Johnson is coming to WrestleMania 34 yet.

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