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WWE WrestleMania 39

WWE WrestleMania 39

WrestleMania 39 is set to bring two days of professional wrestling action to SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. Fans will be able to catch 13 matches spread over the two nights.

The event will feature some of the most important names in Raw and SmackDown, including the undisputed WWE king Roman Reigns and Royal Rumble champion Cody Rhodes. The card will also feature a number of popular stars, like Braun Strowman and Ricochet.

1. Roman Reigns vs. Cody Rhodes

Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes have been paired in a match that will see them square off on the grandest stage of them all at WWE WrestleMania 39. The two superstars will go head-to-head for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship in the main event of WrestleMania.

Reigns is one of the most dominant World Champions in wrestling history and has fought his way to the top with epic battles against Brock Lesnar, John Cena, Kevin Owens, Drew McIntyre and many more. He has a brutal arsenal that is sure to be tested at WWE WrestleMania.

On the other hand, Rhodes has been riding a wave of momentum since winning the men’s Royal Rumble match in January. The American Nightmare is the most logical opponent Reigns will face in his bid to retain his title.

This is a big opportunity for Reigns to finally end Rhodes’ incredible story and win the undisputed champion at WrestleMania. The winner will become the new face of the company and cement their spot as a top Superstar in the world.

But this won’t happen without an emotional victory for both sides. For Reigns, it will be a moment of redemption after losing the WWE World Heavyweight Championship to Sami Zayn at the last WrestleMania.

It’s also a chance for the veteran to prove that he can still withstand the onslaught of young talent. After all, it’s been over a year since Zayn threw him out of the main event. It was a pivotal moment that will be remembered for years to come.

The rematch between Reigns and Rhodes is also the biggest match of their rivalry so far. The two will finally get to see who is the better Superstar in a match that promises to be a must-watch for fans around the world.

As one of the most popular wrestlers in history, Reigns is a poster boy for WWE. His popularity has overshadowed many other Superstars in the company and he was considered almost irreplaceable after Brock Lesnar failed to dethrone him.

2. Braun Strowman vs. Ricochet

Strowman and Ricochet have a solid history of working together. They have teamed up in both tag team and singles matches, and they won the SmackDown Tag Team Championship Contender’s Tournament on the February 3 episode of WWE SmackDown.

In the finals of the competition, they fought against Imperium (Ludwig Kaiser & Giovanni Vinci). They lost to them, but Strowman and Ricochet are still on the cusp of winning their first WWE titles.

The duo will challenge the Usos for the SmackDown title on the February 10 episode of WWE SmackDown. They will have to work hard to get past the Usos, who are unbeaten in more than 500 matches.

While this match may be simple, it is a perfect way to build towards the main event of the show. The match is set to be a fatal four-way, with teams from RAW and SmackDown.

A lot of rumors have been floating around regarding the addition of a men’s fatal four-way tag team match for WrestleMania 39. Braun Strowman and Ricochet have been rumored to be in the match, along with Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins) and Viking Raiders (Erik & Ivar).

It sounds like the company is going all out for this WrestleMania, as it appears two brand new bouts will be added to the card. One of these could be a women’s fatal four-way, as well.

The other will be a men’s fatal four-way, and it looks like the Street Profits, Viking Raiders, and Alpha Academy are likely to participate in this match. This should be a fun and exciting fight, especially considering the talent of the eight participants.

This match should be an enthralling fight that will showcase the talent of all eight men involved, and it will also help to further establish the Street Profits as a potential future champion. It’s a fun and exciting match to be a part of, and it will definitely be a highlight of WrestleMania 39.

The Street Profits have shown themselves to be an extremely talented tag team, and they showed that again tonight at WrestleMania. Their win over the Viking Raiders, Alpha Academy, and Braun Strowman and Ricochet was a good sign for their chances of becoming a future champion. They were able to showcase their agility and power, and they did an insane tower of doom spot in the middle of the ring.

3. Seth Rollins vs. Logan Paul

The first match on Saturday night at WWE WrestleMania 39 was a grudge match between Seth Rollins and Logan Paul. The two men had been feuding since the Royal Rumble 2023, where Paul eliminated Rollins from the battle royale.

Paul and Rollins had a very interesting match on Saturday night that had the crowd and broadcasters into it from the beginning. It was a very entertaining match that took a lot of unexpected twists and turns.

One of the things that made the match very interesting was when Paul ascended on a zip line and entered the ring with a mascot for his Prime energy drink. This isn’t something that usually happens in WWE, so it was interesting to see how Paul managed to do it.

He also had a conductor on stage that led everyone in singing his theme song as he entered the ring. It was a very exciting entrance and made the match feel more powerful.

During the match, Paul got a surprise guest appearance from KSI, who is Paul’s co-owner in PRIME energy drink. KSI was a big hit with the crowd and appeared to be a huge part of the match.

However, he didn’t have much of an impact on the outcome of the match. Paul jumped up to the top rope and tried to knock Rollins off, but Rollins quickly countered and placed KSI on the announcer’s table.

Paul would then try to go coast-to-coast, but was met with a superkick and then a Curb Stomp to finish off the match. This was a match that could have easily been forgotten and lost, but it ended up being a memorable moment.

The match between Paul and Rollins was the most exciting of WrestleMania 39, and fans will surely want to see it again in the future. It was a great match that felt like it could be the start of a long feud between these two superstars.

4. Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair

Rhea Ripley has become one of the most exciting new women’s wrestlers in WWE. She was a surprise winner of the women’s Royal Rumble, and she won’t be going home without taking her shot at a WrestleMania title shot.

She will compete against Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at WrestleMania 39. This is a match that should be a fun one to watch, and it could end up being the highlight of the night.

Flair is a big favorite to win, but she’s also got some tough opponents. She’ll be taking on Rhea Ripley, who won the women’s Royal Rumble last year and has been making her mark on WWE since then.

At the start of the match, both wrestlers started off with back-and-forth action, but Flair took control. She tossed Ripley into the steel steps and then chopped her multiple times. The two women traded German suplexes, and a few of them got some huge reaction from the crowd.

But Charlotte didn’t stop there, she continued to hit a flurry of attacks, including a boot to her opponent’s face and an elbow strike. She even dropped a knee to her challenger’s leg while it was hanging on the ropes.

Then, she sent her challenger to the floor and rolled up her for a two count. Her opponent quickly comes back with a front kick to her face and covers for another near fall.

Despite the fact that she’s not a fan-favorite, Rhea Ripley is an exciting challenger to take on at WrestleMania 39, and this will be a great match. She should be able to beat Charlotte, and she’s a great addition to the women’s division of the WWE.

The WrestleMania card is loaded, and it’s hard to know which matches will be the biggest and which ones will be a bust. There’s a huge title battle set for both nights of the event, and we have our picks for each match. We’ll be covering all the matches from both nights, and we’ll have a podcast and a live watchalong after the event. Be sure to check it out and let us know what you think!