WWE WrestleMania 34: Match Card Projections

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WrestleMania 34, WWE.com

WrestleMania 33 may be over, but it’s never too soon to look at the WrestleMania 34 match card.

The journey to WrestleMania 34 has already begun. The show will take place in April 2018 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA and have a similar feel that WrestleMania 33 did.

If it feels like the Show of Shows just took place in NOLA a short time ago, that’s because it did. The Sueprdome was the site of WrestleMania 30, which provided some of WWE’s most memorable moments. Daniel Bryan had his epic rise to the top, defeating Triple H, moving to the main event and winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Brock Lesnar also ended Undertaker’s historic WrestleMania Streak at 21-1.

There is a long road to get there, however, as we just finished up with WrestleMania 33 on Sunday night. This saw what may have been the Dead Man’s last match, Lesnar vs. Goldberg for the Universal Championship, Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton for the WWE Championship and AJ Styles vs. Shane McMahon, among other bouts. These made for great showcases in front of the packed Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL, leaving us with moments we’ll never forget.

With that being over with, the attention turns to the 2018 match card. With an expanding roster and nine championships, it will mean we see about as many head-to-heads as we saw on Apr. 2. That includes stars of the past, present and future lining up to show their skills and entertain the crowded venue.

The speculation will start with the WrestleMania 34 main event, which won’t be known for a while. It could feature Superstars like Lesnar, Triple H, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, AJ Styles, John Cena or other big names to close out the most meaningful match of the year.

So, let’s start looking at next year’s match card and see how we think it could look. Who will be in the headliner? What about for the Raw Women’s Championship?