WWE WrestleMania 33: Matches, Predictions, Fight Card, Location, Tickets

The road to WrestleMania is long and windy, and there may be much that changes between now and when WrestleMania 33 begins Sunday, April 2 in Orlando, Florida.
Until then, CBS Sports is here to answer some of your most pressing questions about the biggest WWE show of the year, including games that can be on the four-hour card and how to buy tickets for Them All’s grandfather.

WrestleMania 33

Official matches
Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar: This match can be held for the world championship if Goldberg beats Kevin Owens for the belt at Fastlane, which is a strong possibility skirting a probability at this point.
WWE Championship – Bray Wyatt (c) vs. Randy Orton: As the story currently goes, Orton refuses to fight Wyatt in the big show. However, based on his Royal Rumble victory, this is still the game as it was scheduled until something changes. Most likely, WWE will extend this match to a triple threat, probably with Luke Harper.

Seth Rollins vs Triple H: Rollins health contingent after he broke his MCL after a Samoa Joe attack on Raw. If Rollins does not fight, it would be the second consecutive year to miss WrestleMania. Do not expect Triple H to compete unless he is against Rollins.
The Undertaker vs Roman Reigns: First they make fun in the Royal Rumble, Taker-Reigns could be configured perfectly if WWE allows Reigns to dispatch from Braun Strowman in Fastlane. If so, the Dead Man would make sense as the next obstacle for him to overcome.
United States Championship – Chris Jericho (c) vs. Kevin Owens: This one gained steam after Owens turned on Jericho during Raw on February 13. Owens, however, currently has the universal title.
Charlotte vs Flair vs Sasha Banks vs Nia Jax: It’s not clear how this is going to shake everyone, but the WWE is certainly setting up this at least triple threat match. Bayley has just won the title on Raw, so unless it’s going to be a ninth change in five months, she should take on WrestleMania.
Cena won the WWE title at Royal Rumble and can be relegated to a mixed tag match with his girlfriend against one of his oldest opponents and his wife at WrestleMania? It sure looks like that.
Women’s Championship SmackDown – Alexa Bliss (c) vs Becky Lynch: With Naomi having dropped out of her belt after being sidelined because of an injury, this obvious game comes.
SmackDown Tag Team Championship – American Alpha (c) vs. The Uses: The actual construction of this match began Tuesday night, and should reach a pitch of intensity by the time WrestleMania actually spins.
Big Show vs Shaquille O’Neal: O’Neal surprised fans by appearing in the royal battle at WrestleMania last year, and the chatter has since been a potential showdown with the biggest superstar in WWE.
Andre the Giant Battle Royal Memorial: Participants would be determined at a later date if WWE decides to hold this match for the fourth consecutive year.
Too early to call: AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Intercontinental Championship (Dean Ambrose), Raw Tag Team Championship (Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson), Cruiserweight Championship (Neville), Finn Balor (?), Shinsuke Nakamura

As expected, WrestleMania 33 is the best-selling wrestling event so far in 2017 with an average price of $ 300. Tickets have been purchased for as much as $ 10,675, although you can get in the door for much less than that. With the NXT TakeOver scheduled to go down that Saturday, the Hall of Fame scheduled for Friday and WrestleMMania Axxess also coming down in Orlando, Florida, there are plenty of events to enjoy the head.
Check out TicketCity.com for some of the best prices on tickets to WrestleMania 33 and its surrounding events this April.

The week of WrestleMania 33 will be down in Orlando for the second time this year. WrestleMania XXIV was previously held in Orlando in 2008. The week will include the big show along with a Raw the following night, a special NXT event, Hall of Fame ceremony and Axxess fan events.
Raw – Monday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. – Amway Center
WrestleMania 33 – Sunday, April 2 at 5:30 p.m. – Camping World Stadium
NXT TakeOver – Saturday, April 1 at 8 p.m. – Amway Center
WWE Hall of Fame – Friday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m. – Amway Center
Axxess – March 30 – April 3 – Orange County Convention Center
Thursday, March 30: 6 p.m.
Friday, March 31: 5 p.m.
Saturday, April 1: 8 a.m., 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Sunday, April 2: 8 a.m.

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