WWE Wrestlemania 32 Full Matches Details
Injuries have ravaged the main roster taking out several key stars, including John Cena and former heavyweight champ Seth Rollins, who would both be involved in major stories. At the top of the card, much-maligned superstar Roman Reigns will look to conquer Triple H, who won the WWE heavyweight strap at the Royal Rumble back in January.
Reigns has been the anointed successor to become the face of the WWE for quite some time, but to say fans have been lukewarm in actually putting him on that pedestal would be a massive understatement. Former executive Shane McMahon, 46, will get back in the ring for the first time since 2009 as he faces The Undertaker in a “Hell in a Cell” match. Both McMahon and The Undertaker are arguably past their primes, but that won’t stop them from beating the hell out of each other in one of the most gruelling matches in all of pro wrestling.
Triple H vs. Roman Reigns
Fans still struggle to root for Reigns but that probably won’t stop the WWE from trying to put the title back around his waist. It’s part of the reason why Reigns is the biggest favourite on the entire card according to odds-makers, who are betting on him walking out as champion.
Of course, because this is the main event, expect a lot of craziness to unfold particularly the chance that The Rock or someone else runs in to interfere with the outcome — but chances are the result remains the same.
Brock Lesnar vs Dean Ambrose
This is another match where anything can and probably will happen, including a load of weapons being used and possibly a few wrestlers getting involved by the time it’s over. Considering Lesnar’s star status with the WWE it’s hard to imagine he’ll lose at two WrestleManias in a row but Ambrose has been called the future of the company and what better way to put him at the top than with a win like this?
This is another key spot to watch for a run-in from some mystery person to interfere with Lesnar’s victory, but chances are The Beast will eventually find a way to put Ambrose down and keep him there.
Shane McMohan vs Undertaker
Age is only a number to McMahon, who looks to be in the best shape of his life as he prepares for his bout with The Undertaker. He showed off some serious athleticism on RAW Monday, when he leaped from the top rope all the way to the announce table and crashed through The Undertaker.
While it’s been a lot of fun to see Shane-O-Mac back on WWE programming, it’s hard to believe he’ll put an end to The Undertaker. One of the stipulations is if McMahon wins,The Undertaker can no longer perform at WrestleMania. It’s hard to believe WWE would finish The Deadman like that.