WrestleMania 32: Seven things we can design from WWE’s 2016 showpiece
April 1, 2016 - WWE
This Sunday sees a biggest uncover of a wrestling calendar take place in Dallas: Wrestlemania 32.
Like us, you’ve substantially usually realised we can’t means to flare out on flights to Texas this late in a day. Thankfully, a whole eventuality will be promote on both Sky Sports Box Office and a WWE Network.
Wondering accurately what to demeanour out for on WWE’s star-spangled supercard? Let us beam we by a night that’ll underline a former UFC champion, dual veterans circumference towards grandparent age, and a most-despised redhead in squared-circle history.
1. Flock shocks Brock
The rave to Brock Lesnar vs Dean Ambrose has been shockingly biased in foster of a former UFC champion. By WWE logic, that near-guarantees an loser triumph.
Expect Ambrose to win, then, after division from a sinful Wyatt Family (minus a harmed Luke Harper) – with Lesnar disintegrating for a few months before returning to pound Bray and his cronies during Summerslam.
2. A Roman bloodbath
One of dual categorical events pits Roman Reigns opposite universe champion Triple H, AKA The Game. WWE has spent dual years building Roman as an all-conquering superhero, notwithstanding adult fans booing him mercilessly.
The best wish is for a association to channel a catcalls and have him spin immorality on a night, maybe with a postulated post-match beatdown of WWE’s onscreen figurehead. Prediction: a large belt changes hands – after a Reigns in pain falls lamely on The Game.
3. Shane proves able
You’d be forgiven for meditative this was 1998 all over again. The many critical compare on a label pits 51-year-old Undertaker opposite 46-years-young Shane McMahon inside a large ‘Hell In A Cell’ steel cage.
A McMahon win is rarely doubtful – Taker has usually ever mislaid once during WrestleMania – though demeanour for him to go one improved than a attempt he pulled on this week’s Raw, leaping from a tip wire by a announcers list (and Undertaker’s disposed body).
That can usually meant one thing: a Shane sky dive from a tip of a cage.
4. A new form of lady
WWE has thankfully spent a final 9 months remarketing a womanlike talent as tangible wrestlers, rather than personality-lacking eye candy.
To that end, 3 more-than-capable ring technicians will scuffle for a Divas Championship on Sunday: reigning belt-holder Charlotte, former Aer Lingus stewardess Becky Lynch, and brightest womanlike awaiting Sasha Banks.
Banks is approaching to emerge victorious, and a compare should simply transcend Trish Stratus vs Mickie James from 2006 as a best women’s hitch during a WrestleMania event.
5. Red-blooded rage
Whatever a accepting given to Roman Reigns, it’ll sound like a golf applause in comparison to a carol of ire directed during Eva Marie.
The lady famous as All Red Everything is a pivotal partial of a ten-ladies tag-team compare also featuring UK lass Paige, and she’s captivated concept critique for representing ‘90s-era WWE during a misfortune – prioritising looks over ability.
Little about this competition will have durability consequences, though it’ll still be value examination for 10 mins of pristine pantomime.
6. TNA’s biggest star will take a show
In January, WWE sealed and debuted AJ Styles – a biggest star in opposition association TNA for some-more than a decade. He’s famed for unblemished performances in critical matches, and this will be a many high-profile of his career: a rarely charged, reversal-packed hitch opposite a likewise gifted (and excellent) Chris Jericho.
No weapons or gimmicks compulsory for this one: usually aged school, exhilarated ‘rasslin, in what should spin out to be a show’s many noted contest.
7. A night of surprises
Never blink WWE’s adore of a WrestleMania warn or three. Last year, The Rock showed adult in an unpromoted coming – and whisked Ronda Rousey to a ring for a takedown of association CBO Stephanie McMahon.
With this being billed as a biggest WrestleMania ever, Rocky is approaching to make another cameo. He’ll certainly be assimilated by Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mick ‘Mankind’ Foley and Shawn Michaels.
The craziest startle of all would be a lapse for John Cena, who had shoulder medicine in Jan and by order should be out of movement until a summer – though has done early (and many would contend premature) earnings from damage some-more than once in his storied career.
WrestleMania front Sunday 3rd Apr from 11pm on WWE Network and midnight on Sky Sports Box Office.