WrestleMania 32 finally taking place last week has the wrestling world in a weird state. Unlike sports where there is off time following their biggest event, the show is still going on but the next WrestleMania is far away. The show is being completely reset with the company trying to create excitement following a climax of the show that we were all waiting for. Just one week after WrestleMania, we have already witnessed the debuts of NXT stars such as Apollo Crews, The Vaudevillains, and Enzo Amore and Big Cass. Cesaro returned from injury and many other stars are working their way back in the very near future.
Seth Rollins, John Cena, Randy Orton and many others should be back very soon. Finn Balor, Bayley, Samoa Joe and other NXT standouts are currently ready for WWE television. The following year will be hard to predict but some things never change in WWE. The company always looks for a few attraction matches at each WrestleMania and that’s typically what the rest of the year revolves around. Wrestlers try to prove their value through their work in hopes of being in a big spot at WrestleMania. Other events such as the Hall of Fame and NXT TakeOver have made the entire weekend a big deal for any pro wrestling fan.
All of this has caused us to start dreaming about next year’s WrestleMania weekend. WrestleMania 33 will take place in Orlando, Florida. The event is going to have its work cut out to try to follow the financial success of this year’s event but it should easily surpass WrestleMania 32 in entertainment value. Wrestlers returning from injury gives WWE more assets and there’s no way the storylines will be as weak as they were for 32. Some of these proclamations may seem obvious while others are a bit more out there but that’s just how it goes with educated guesses and wacky picks as we look at fifteen early predictions for WrestleMania 33.
15 The NXT World Title will be Defended on WM
14 No Ladder Match
13 Shaq Will Not Appear
12 Bayley Will Walk Out WWE Women’s Champion
11 It Won’t Be As Successful As WrestleMania 32
10 AJ Styles, Cesaro and Sami Zayn Won’t Have Major Matches
9 NXT TakeOver Will Get Three Hours
8 Less Spectacle, More Wrestling
7 Hulk Hogan Will Appear
6 Daniel Bryan Will Turn Down A Hall Of Fame Spot
5 The Rock Will Join The Hall Of Fame But Not Wrestle
4 Kevin Owens vs. Brock Lesnar
3 Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose
2 Triple H vs. Shane McMahon
1 John Cena vs. The Undertaker
An injury to John Cena caused WWE to change their plans of a Cena/Undertaker main event at WrestleMania 32. The match would have been appreciated considering that the event lacked a true main event attraction. The heartbreaking factor was Cena actually rehabbed in time for the event and was used in a throwaway segment with The Wyatt Family since it was too late to insert him in a match. The Undertaker has faced most of the greats at WrestleMania but Cena is the biggest name missing from his resume. The two have not squared off in years and the appeal is there for a WrestleMania main event that could possibly be the best case for an Undertaker retirement moment.
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