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Cruiserweight Championship Match:
(c) Neville vs Austin Aries
Neville will get the win with a dusty finish in some way.
Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal:
Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, or Big Show will win
Smackdown Women's Title Match:
(c) Alex Bliss vs All Available Women
This is the toughest match to predict, because as I said in the video with Billy Garcia it really depends on the type of match that it is; if it is a one fall match or a gauntlet match then that could decide the winner. No matter the names that are in the match it's pretty clear to me that I do believe there are only two or three possible winners those names are Mickie James, Naomi, or Alexa Bliss.
WWE Intercontinental Championship Match:
(c) Dean Ambrose vs Baron Corbin
I have enjoyed Baron's push since last year's WrestleMania as it started really slow and lag in the middle, but he has been one of the many people to really benefit from the Brand Split returning. The build up for the match has been somewhat lackluster, but the bar has been set pretty low for this match and even though I feel like they should've had a stipulation or a gimmick in this match I still think it could be a good one. Either way though I think it's time to embrace the new age and give the title to Baron Corbin with a win.
WWE Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Ladder Match:
(c) Gallows and Anderson vs Enzo & Cass vs Cesaro & Sheamus
Without the New Day you have the entire Raw Tag Division in this one match. I don't know how or why the WWE chose to give Raw such a weak Tag Team division and Smackdown such as deep one and not give them both equal. Either way this is the night of Enzo and Cass, because if they don't get the gold tonight then they never will win it as a tag team. With that being said Enzo and Cass will get the win tonight and the Tag Team Gold.
John Cena and Nikki Bella vs Miz and Maryse
Surprisingly the build up for this match has been really good in my opinion as The Miz continues to show how good he can be and has been since the split last July. I for one am surprised that Maryse is competing in the ring as I didn't think she would be returning to the ring even for one match. But there are two ways this match can go either: Miz and Maryse win via in a "Dusty Manner" or Cena and Nikki win clean. Due to the upcoming release of Cena's new movie coming out on May 12, I don't think they should give Cena the win if he is going away again. With that being said I would go with Miz and Maryse getting the big win tonight.
WWE United States Championship Match:
(c) Chris Jericho vs Kevin Owens
It is pretty clear to me that if Jericho didn't hold the US Title then the championship likely wouldn't have been featured on the WrestleMania broadcast, because WWE cares more about music then featuring their championships on the big show of the year. This feud has been developing since last July or August following the brand split when JeriKO entered a feud with Enzo and Cass following the brand split. So the build for this match has been going on for almost 6 months which is amazing and made this feud even better. Considering certain rumors going around backstage I do believe that we maybe seeing another new champion this time around. I think that Kevin Owens will gain the win over Jericho tonight and secure another title to his resume.
Shane McMahon vs AJ Styles
The build for this one has been quite good and intriguing as they are planning into the possibility of AJ leaving Smackdown following WrestleMania which means he could head to Raw in some sort of trade or post WrestleMania draft type thing. Though most people hate the idea of Shane facing AJ and not seeing Cena instead I will tell you that this match will likely defy your expectations and be a lot better then you thought it'd be. But either way there is no doubt about the winner being AJ Styles.
Raw Women's Championship Match:
(c) Bayley vs Charlotte vs Sasha Banks vs Nia Jax
A lot of people are mad about the fact that it is a fatal four way instead of a triple threat like it was last year. I think that is one of the reasons why they didn't do it this year as they wanted to do something different and the way they have booked Nia since her arrival on the Main Roster in my opinion warranted her being added to the match at WrestleMania. Though it may have been a dusty finish at Fast Lane it is official that Charlotte is no longer undefeated on PPV's this means that she doesn't need to win. After how the title has been booked since the brand split it's time to change things up and keep a long term champion. That is why I am picking Bayley to walk away the Women's Champion tonight.
Roman Reigns vs The Undertaker
This is one of the more anticipated matches on the card partially because it could be The Undertaker's last match in the WWE. Many people believe that tonight would be the best time to turn Roman heel even if they wanted to flip him back before Mania next year, but let the turn be more organic instead of forced. But I will tell you if the rumor of Roman passing Cena in merchandise sales then Roman will not be turning heel anytime soon, because of that reason no matter his reaction. Though I have said humanizing Roman is necessary to help him to not looked as a "superman" and be more likeable for the fans I am not sure if a loss to Taker would do that. If this is Undertaker's last match then their is only one way to go and that is Roman getting the win tonight.
Seth Rollins vs Triple H
Once again much like the Jericho/KO feud this has been building since last summer when Triple H turned on Seth and sided with Kevin Owens in the match to crown a new Universal Champion. Honestly, I think had Finn Balor not gotten injured then this feud would have started building closer to the end of the year rather than when it did, but either way it has been built up the right way and that's slow over the long term. At this point there is only one way to go with this match and that a win for the "Underdog" Seth Rollins and finally getting his revenge on "mentor" Triple H.
WWE Championship Match:
(c) Bray Wyatt vs Randy Orton
Had this feud gone for more then 2 months in 2017 then I would have said it should be up for the feud of the year this year, but it was not to be. Either way Wyatt and Orton have done an amazing job with this feud and I believe Bray is entering the peak of his career at this point as he keeps adding even more layers to the deepest character in WWE. The WWE shocked the world at Elimination Chamber when they put the WWE Championship on Bray Wyatt finally doing something please the fans and giving a very deserving talent his chance to lead the brand. Though some believe Orton deserves one more run and I was one of those people I would prefer to see Bray hang on to the title tonight.
WWE Universal Championship Match:
(c) Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar w/ Paul Heyman
A year ago I never would have thought that I would be predicting a WrestleMania match between Brock Lesnar and Goldberg let alone for a championship. Over the last few weeks it seems like the fans have been turning against Goldberg due to his victory over Owens at Fast Lane. Though I don't agree with Bill getting the win I understand why they let him win the title as having a more known name hold the gold will only help the title. The other thing is the WWE didn't want to have the final meeting between these be just like the other two so they added something to it that being the Universal Title. I don't think the crowd will crap on this match as bad as they did back at WrestleMania 20 since Brock is staying even though he is a part-time talent; in my book not seeing the Universal Title all the time is a good thing. I think it's pretty clear that at this point either Brock will win or leave the WWE, because if they have Goldberg defeat him again their is no fixing Lesnar. With that being said Brock Lesnar will become the New WWE Universal Champion tonight.