Wrestlemania Pre-Show Match: The Usos (c) vs The Real Americans vs Los Matadores vs RybAxel

WWE Tag Team Championship fatal fourway

The storyline: Ever since the Usos won the belts from the New Age Outlaws they have been competing in tag matches. The tag division has been heating up with the Real Americans’ dominance and the recently formed tandem of Ryback and Curtis Axel. Los Matadores has been getting a small push as well, and was inserted into the match to add something fresh to the tag division.

How the match should happen: The Usos are fun. The crowd loves them, they’re fun in the ring and they are on showcase on E Network's "Total Divas." WWE can’t squash their run just yet, and a Wrestlemania moment will cement them as a legit tag team for the next few years.

What probably will happen: Usos could win, but don’t be surprised if WWE wants to put the straps on Real Americans. Cesaro and Jack Swagger are back on the same page, and Cesaro is a budding star. Putting some type of title on him will validate his place in the WWE even though he is better served for a singles run. It could also set up a feud with the Usos when they utilize their rematch clause. If the Usos win the rematch, Real Americans could have some issues again and ultimately split to elevate Cesaro’s career.

Andre the Giant Memorial 30-man Over-the-top Battle Royal

The storyline: Hulk Hogan made an announcement that at Wrestlemania XXX there would be a memorial battle royal to commemorate the legendary Andre the Giant, who Hogan had a historical match at Wrestlemania 3 with. 

Names started popping up on who would enter the battle royal with the most notable being the Big Show. Ever since Show (previously known as The Giant in WCW) started his career he was compared to Andre. And in the previous weeks, the Show has been showing his dominance in the ring as well as whenever an argument and mini battle royal would break out on Raw, he would be the last person in the ring.

How the match should happen: Big Show should win. He’s done a lot for the WWE and it’s now become a thought on how much longer he will last in the WWE. Winning this battle royal will be a nice tribute to his career. There have also been some grumblings that a guy like Alexander Rusev could enter the battle royal and win, giving his career in the WWE a good platform to start at. He debuted at the Rumble and did well but hasn’t had an in-ring action on Raw or Smackdown yet.

What probably will happen: Show will win. But don’t be surprised if it’s someone like Rusev.

The Shield vs Corporate Kane and New Age Outlaws

 The storyline: Shield was one the verge of a split, but they put their differences aside when Kane tried to use them as his puppets. The feud took off when Shield refused to beat up Jerry “The King” Lawler in the ring, and instead turned on Kane. The Outlaws then joined Kane to do the Shield’s bidding, creating the six-man feud. Two weeks ago, Kane and the Outlaws came out in their suits and challenged the Shield at Wrestlemania.

How the match should happen: Shield should win. They’ve made a face turn and look stronger then ever. Their inevitable breakup has been put on hold and it’s unsure if it will come to that. Let’s face it, they’re awesome in the ring, but all three have super star potential.

What probably will happen: Shield will win. I can’t see them losing to a team that is a combined 140 years old. 

Vickie Guerrero’s Diva’s Invitational

WWE Diva’s Championship match with 14 Divas in a one-fall match 

The storyline: A.J. Lee has been the champion for over a year now, and has been challenged numerous times for the belt. She has managed to hold onto the belt thanks to her partner, Tamina Snuka. But a rift between the two has cost A.J. her bodyguard and she is vulnerable in this match. Whoever scores the first pinfall wins the title.

How the match should happen: I honestly have no idea who wins this match, but I can guarantee it won’t be A.J. I would put the belt on Tamina, Natalya or one of the Bella Twins. 

What probably will happen: WWE is teasing the fact Tamina could win this, and it will create a buzz leaving Mania. Tamina hasn’t really had any microphone experience though, so how she handles a feud with A.J. will be interesting. 

The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar

The storyline: The Undertaker is unbeaten at Wrestlemania with a 21-0 record. Brock Lesnar wanted a title match at Wrestlemania but didn’t get it. Instead he got challenged by the Undertaker.

The two have gone back and forth. Undertaker choke slammed Lesnar through a table, choked Paul Heyman and psyched out Lesnar with a casket. Lesnar for the upperhand this past Monday when he F-5’ed Undertaker in the middle of the ring.

How the match should happen: It’s going to be a brawl. Lesnar will beat up Undertaker pretty bad, and much like Taker’s matches with Triple H at Wrestlemania 27 and 28, Taker will find a win via Tombstone or Hell’s Gate.

What probably will happen: It’s pretty cut and dry. Taker’s streak will not end to Lesnar, but it will be ugly.

John Cena vs Bray Wyatt

The storyline: The Wyatt’s cost Cena a pair of title opportunities in the past two months, setting up their feud with Cena. Wyatt has come out on top in the both of the physical and psychological game, scaring Cena into believing he will not beat Wyatt. Cena did get the upper hand this past Monday when he rained on the Wyatt celebration when he dressed as one of the members with a lamb mask covering his face. He revealed himself and beat down the Wyatt’s.

How the match should happen: Wyatt should win. It will be a massive push for Wyatt, who is one of the next major stars in the WWE. He’s arguably the best on the microphone, and his in-ring psychology is fantastic. He’s quick and powerful, a scary combination.

What probably will happen: Wyatt will win. But it’s hard to believe that if Cena loses, it will be his third loss in his last four Wrestlemanias.

Daniel Bryan vs Triple H

Winner wrestles in the main event for the WWE World Heavyweight title against Randy Orton and Batista

The storyline: Since Summer Slam when Triple H Pedigree’d Bryan to cost him the title with Randy Orton, The Authority has been holding Bryan down ever since, preventing him from winning title matches with Orton in the following two Pay-Per Views. They then kept Bryan out of the Royal Rumble, and Kane, working under The Authority, prevented Bryan from winning at the Elimination Chamber.

Bryan grew restless, causing chaos each week on Raw. He assaulted Triple H and started a massive demonstration by occupying Raw. By doing so, Bryan got his match at Mania against Triple H with the stipulation that if he won he would turn the title match into a triple threat match. Triple H grew frustrated with Orton and Batista, promising that if he beat Bryan that he would wrestle in the triple threat match. 

Bryan was completely decimated by Triple H as a result of the incident. Bryan returned with a vengeance, attacking Triple H this past Raw to gain his revenge and momentum heading into Wrestlemania.

How the match should happen: After a decent match, Triple H grows frustrated and gets himself disqualified. He then destroys Bryan much like he did the previous week. Bryan is unfit to wrestle and Triple H inserts himself in the main event. Before that match starts, Hulk Hogan, who is hosting Wrestlemania, will announce that Bryan will indeed wrestle, turning the main event into a fatal four way. 

What probably will happen: I would be incredibly shocked if Bryan doesn’t win in some way and lands in the main event some way. Triple H knows what the people wants and knows there is nothing to gain by putting himself over for a Wrestlemania moment.

Randy Orton (c) vs Batista vs Triple H/Daniel Bryan

WWE World Heavyweight Championship match

The storyline: Batista returned to the WWE in January, winning the Royal Rumble to lock himself into the main event at Wrestlemania. After Orton retained his title at the Rumble against John Cena, and again at the Elimination Chamber, the match was set between those two. But Bryan’s “Yes Movement,” as explained in the previous section, turned this into a triple threat match.

The WWE Universe is tired of Orton, and the Authority has grown tired too after anointing him the face of the WWE. Orton and Batista, who used to be friends in Evolution with Triple H and Ric Flair, have became agitated with each other, causing them to want to beat each other at Mania. Batista, who was also once friends with Triple H, has turned full blown heel after turning on the crowd and insulting Stephanie McMahon.

How the match should happen: With a beat up Bryan and Triple H in the match, it will be a fantastic fatal fourway. Bryan will pin Triple H, achieving the ultimate payoff. In result, Orton will lose his belt without getting pinned and Batista will be robbed of his Wrestlemania moment. Bryan could carry a feud with Batista as a result in the following couple of months. 

What probably will happen: Whether it’s a triple threat match, Bryan will leave Wrestlemania as the champion, plain and simple. If not, WWE will have absolutely screwed up.

Power Rankings - The best performers of the past week - March 31

1 Daniel Bryan (9) - He has all the momentum right now. Start calling it “Yes-tlemania.”

2 Bray Wyatt (2) - Cena may have attacked him on Monday but Wyatt is in his head.

3 Batista (1) - He has the least to lose in the Wrestlemania main event.

4 The Shield (4) - They’re younger, stronger and faster. Kane/Outlaws don’t stand a chance.

5 Undertaker (3) - His streak is his biggest weapon. He won’t lose.

6 Brock Lesnar (UR) - F-5’d Undertaker to gain some momentum into their match.

7 Randy Orton (10) - He’s afraid of losing his belt, which is almost a forgone conclusion.

8 The Usos (7) - Looking good to retain their belts, but Real Americans will challenge.

9 Big Show (UR) - He’s the favorite to win the battle royal. 

10 Triple H (5) - He has doubts after Bryan attacked him on Monday.