WWE WrestleMania 33 Full Match Predictions

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WWE WrestleMania 33 is on this weekend and it has one of the biggest cards in recent memory.

If you include the pre-show, 13 matches have been booked. Last year's WrestleMania 32 was long, so expect a lot of action to come your way this Sunday.

Anyway, I'm just going to predict who I think will win in each match and the reasons for it.

WWE booking can be very unpredictable at times, so it sometimes can be hard to pinpoint who will win accurately all of the time. You can read below for who might win at the biggest show of the year.

2017 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal: The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal is usually the match where everyone that hasn't been booked on the main show are lumped together. There are only three significant names on here.

The notable names are Braun Strowman, Big Show and Sami Zayn. I expect them to be last three with Strowman getting the victory to retain his monster push.

Cruiserweight Championship - Neville (c) vs. Austin Aries: These two are arguably the best wrestlers that the Cruiserweight Division has to offer in WWE. Neville has been killing it lately as a heel and his matches have been awesome. Austin Aries on the other hand has had great promos and feels fresh after recovering from injury. Since this match is only on the pre-show, I think Neville might win by cheating in order to continue the rivalry for the months to come.

Smackdown Women's Championship - Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Becky Lynch vs. Natalya vs. Mickie James vs.

Carmella (with James Ellsworth) vs. Naomi: This is a hard match to predict as there are so many talented women in this match.

All of them are great and deserve to win.

I might give the edge to Naomi though because her title reign was cut short due to injury. She's back now and it will be cool if she can win in her hometown of Orlando, Florida.

Ladder Match For Raw Tag Team Championship - Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson (c) vs. Enzo Amore and Big Cass vs. Cesaro and Sheamus: I wasn't really interested in this match until a few days ago.

The ladders could make the match more interesting plus there are rumors that the Hardys will be added into this match in the last minute.

I wil say that Enzo Amore and Big Cass are due for a victory here though. They are the only team here that have yet to win a title.

Intercontinental Championship - Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Baron Corbin: Dean Ambrose's momentum has kind of faded ever since he left the main event scene.

It's a mix of how he's booked, but also his character doesn't have the same impact it had like before.

I expect Baron Corbin needs a win here as he's got more momentum and could be a future main event star for the Smackdown brand. If Corbin wins, he will stay undefeated at WrestleMania.

John Cena and Nikki Bella vs. The Miz and Maryse: When this match was first booked, nobody cared about it. Things started getting better though when the four of them started ripping on each other.

The promos might be better than the match itself though. Since The Miz beat John Cena at WrestleMania 27, I expect Cena to get his revenge here. Cena might finally propose to Nikki after the match for a nice WrestleMania moment.

United States Championship - Chris Jericho (c) vs. Kevin Owens: Sadly this match should have been for the Universal Championship, but at least these two have had a great build up. Jericho is a veteran and doesn't need a victory here.

Kevin Owens deserves to win here to solidify him as a proper heel. His reign as champion was tarnished as he had to cheat to win. Hopefully he will win this match cleanly.

Raw Womens's Championship - Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax: This is another match that is hard to predict.

Everyone apart from Nia Jax has held the title before. I'm going to predict Sasha Banks win this match by turning heel on Bayley.

Sasha Banks is in need of a character change. That way, Charlotte Flair could enter a feud with Nia Jax after WrestleMania.

Shane McMahon vs. AJ Styles: Sadly AJ Styles deserved to be fighting for the WWE Title match, but now he has been lumped with Shane McMahon.

McMahon is not a proper wrestler so AJ Styles should get the victory here. Styles should win cleanly, although I do expect him to beat up McMahon badly.

Seth Rollins vs. Triple H: Triple H the booker has always been a fan of Seth Rollins. In real life, Triple H sees him as the future of the business along with Roman Reigns.

Triple H is entering a stage in his career where he doesn't need to win matches anymore. Seth Rollins could win, although I could see Triple H winning if Samoa Joe interferes.

I think Seth Rollins will win thanks to Finn Balor helping him out though. Balor returning could be a big moment.

WWE Championship - Bray Wyatt (c) vs. Randy Orton: Despite being for the WWE Championship, this match surprisingly isn't as heavily advertised. Sure this feud has been building up for over six months, but it's not getting the main event buzz as the matches listed below.

This could be in the middle of the card. Anyway, Wyatt should win this match as it's too early for him to lose the belt. Plus Orton is already a star and it won't hurt him to lose here.

Universal Championship - Goldberg (c) vs. Brock Lesnar (with Paul Heyman): Fans have started to turn on Goldberg since he became champion. They don't like his short matches and would rather see someone else younger with the belt.

Since Goldberg has beat Lesnar two times before, Lesnar is predicted to finally win this third match. I think Lesnar will win this match in dominant fashion. This will be a very short match.

The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns: It's being rumored that this will be the last match at WrestleMania 33. If it's the last match on the card, we might see the final time The Undertaker steps inside a WWE ring. This should be the main event as it is likely going to have the biggest crowd reaction.

95% of the fans will be cheering for The Undertaker to win. A part of me thinks that Roman Reigns will win to elevate his status as the number one man in the company.

As Reigns said on Raw, it's his yard now. The show might end with The Undertaker bowing to the crowd for the final time in an emotional moment.

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