By Andrew Fisher @AndrewFisherRS on March 14, 2014
We're three weeks out from the biggest show in sports and maybe all of entertainment. Wrestlemania 30 is beginning to take shape with the announcement of several matches, but there are several more still to be made. In this slideshow we'll take a glance at what the final card should look like. But as always, *card subject to change*:
It's now just a question WHO enters this massive match. It seems like WWE is invested in making it a big part of the show, so expect it to go for around 15 minutes. The word on the internet is that this BR will mainly feature up-and-coming stars, but I'm expecting a good mix of young stars and vets (and maybe even a legend or two).
Right now the tag title match is expected to be between the NAO and Usos. However, I think there are too many good tag teams to have this be a traditional match. If we don't get Cody and Goldust, I could easily see the Rhodes Brothers joining the Wyatts or Shield to make this a four-way dance.
WWE is clearly building Reigns to be a face, so what better way to get him over as such, than by defeating Corporate Kane. These two big men could have an outstanding match, all while the Shield stays intact.
Does anyone really care about the Diva's division? Not really. But AJ Lee should be involved in the Diva's title match, which will at least make it watchable.
This match is set in stone. The only question remaining? How badly will Lesnar beat down the Undertaker (for real); and how many finishers will Taker kick out of before he ultimately gets the win?
If this was Bryan's only match of the night, it would be a candidate to steal the show. But because of his looming double duty, I doubt this one will get as much time devoted to it.
I thought this possibly could become a gimmick match of some sort, but that seems unlikely with Extreme Rules taking place right after 'Mania. Look for Cena vs. Wyatt to be straight up old school wrassling.
There is no way Bryan doesn't get added to this match. Even if he gets screwed over against HHH, he'll find a way into the main event. YES! YES! YES! It's true.
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