When it comes to making plans for WrestleMania, 2015 does not have much time left before the big date hits us on March 29, 2015. The WWE has already officially announced much of the planned roster in addition to the WrestleMania 31 matches, but like always, there should be some surprises in store for us.
In a related report by the Inquisitr, the plans for the Monday Night RAW after WrestleMania 2015 have already been revealed, and they give us some hints at what may happen at the big event.
The doors will open at Levi Stadium for WrestleMania 2015 at 4:30 p.m. EDT. This means local events will start around 2 p.m. local time, and we can expect a few matches on the WrestleMania pre-show. There will also be the 2015 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at SAP Center.
Officially, we know the WrestleMania date will bring fans the opportunity to see AJ Lee and Paige take on the Bella twins. The 2nd Annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal is rumored to feature 20 wrestlers, and perhaps fans will like its outcome more than Royal Rumble. United States Champion Rusev defends his title against challenger John Cena, and it’s possible Rusev’s streak will finally come to an end. Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett will also defend his title against against R-Truth, Dean Ambrose, Luke Harper, Dolph Ziggler, Stardust, and Daniel Bryan, with the latter wrestler being the fan favorite for a win.
When it comes to The Undertaker vs. Bray Wyatt, it’s already being said the Dead Man will have a new entrance theme. There’s also the rumor that The Undertaker will take his revenge on Brock Lesnar the next day. If that is truly the case, then it should squash the idea that this is The Undertaker’s retirement match, with the mantle being passed onto Wyatt.
Unfortunately, this probably means fans won’t get to see Sting vs. The Undertaker as many wanted for WrestleMania 2015. Instead, Triple H will be taking on Sting in a match that nobody expected, or even really asked for.
The same could be said when it comes to Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar. Everyone was hoping Daniel Bryan would be given a chance to take back his championship belt, but instead Reigns seems predestined for that role. It’s possible Seth Rollins could cash in on his Money In The Bank contract, but given recent events at Monday Night RAW it’s more likely Randy Orton will be taking on Rollins.
Given that the WrestleMania 31 time allows for five hours, many feel the WWE is leaving something out in the official announcement. The WWE will attempt to offer up some surprises, but it’s uncertain whether or not there will be more matches than those officially listed so far.