We're just 38 days away from the biggest WWE show of the year, and with just one pay-per-view remaining until WrestleMania 33 in Orlando, the card is beginning to take shape. We know of one megamatch already, but what's in store for John Cena, AJ Styles, Roman Reigns and The Undertaker?
Here are our predictions for the WrestleMania 33 card with five weeks to go.
Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg
This is the one match that's already been formally announced.
13 years after Goldberg beat Lesnar - who flipped off the crowd and was booed out of the ring - at WrestleMania XX, and four and a half months after Goldberg annhilated Lesnar at Survivor Series, two of the scariest men in WWE will meet for a third time. Depending on the outcome of Goldberg's match against Kevin Owens at Fastlane, the WWE Universal Championship could be on the line.
Bray Wyatt vs. Luke Harper vs. Randy Orton
We know Bray Wyatt will defend his WWE World Championship in the main event against someone, but after Tuesday's Battle Royal on SmackDown ended in a controversial draw between AJ Styles and Luke Harper, we'll have to wait until next week to see who Wyatt will actually face.
I can't imagine, however, that Randy Orton is actually going to forfeit his spot in the main event of WrestleMania, though, which would mean one of the biggest matches of the year (the Royal Rumble) was essentially irrelevant. While Wyatt vs. Styles would be a great match, there's not a great story there to support it.
I expect Harper to earn his shot against Wyatt - and because Bray Wyatt vs. Luke Harper isn't exactly main-event worthy on its own - for the Wyatt family to fully implode, resulting in Orton putting himself back in the match.
Chris Jericho vs. Kevin Owens
Owens brutally attacking his former best friend after the Festival of Friendship two weeks ago was a pretty clear signal this match is going to happen - regardless of whether Owens retains his Universal title or not.
The Big Show vs. Shaq vs. Braun Strowman
While The Big Show vs. Shaq hasn't formally been announced yet, Shaq did accept the challenge last year, and the two have been sniping at each other on social media for months.
Big Show and Strowman delivered an excellent main event on this week's episode of Raw - but Strowman did much of the work, and I'm not sure The Big Show could carry Shaq - who has virtually no experience - through a "match" on his own.
Adding Strowman into the mix would take some pressure off both of them, though, and allow Strowman to prove that he's the most dominant giant on Earth.
Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe
Roman Reigns is in somewhat of a weird spot on Raw currently, as he's seemingly out of the Universal Championship picture entirely yet he's consistently portrayed as arguably the most important man on the show. The last two weeks he's faced the tag team champions on his own in a handicap match.
Reigns' WrestleMania opponent is hard to call. Braun Strowman is a possibility, and The Undertaker is another rumored opponent. This could be a good chance for WWE to showcase its newest Raw star, though, who could put on a stellar match with Reigns.
John Cena and Nikki Bella vs. The Miz and Maryse
After Maryse attacked Nikki Bella on SmackDown and John Cena was eliminated by The Miz in the Battle Royal, it certainly seems like this mixed-gender tag match is happening. Cena will appear on Miz TV next week during SmackDown, where it could be made official.
Bayley and Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte and Nia Jax
Bayley will defend her Raw Women's Championship at Fastlane, and I don't expect her to break Charlotte's pay-per-view streak a month before the biggest pay-per-view of the year (though it's possible she could lose by disqualification, allowing her to keep the title while also allowing Charlotte to keep the streak alive).
It's likely that Raw's three biggest female stars will all be involved in the same match at WrestleMania, but it seems too soon for Bayley and Sasha Banks to suffer a fracture in their friendship that could result in a triple-threat match. Instead, I think Sasha and Bayley team up, and Charlotte recruits Nia Jax, who has been angling for a title shot in between squash matches on Raw (and still has bad blood with Banks).
AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
Former NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura publicly stated in an interview that if he gets a WrestleMania opportunity, he'd like to be Styles' opponent in a Wrestle Kingdom 10 rematch that'd be worthy of the main event. Styles responded that he plans to be wrestling Bray Wyatt for the World Championship.
This WrestleMania card needs another huge headliner, though, and fans have been eagerly awaiting Nakamura's main roster debut for the better part of a year. This is the type of match that would make hardcore WWE fans salivate.
The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
The Battle Royal is a good place to give lesser stars a place in the show. Likely participants include: Heath Slater, Rhyno, Apollo Crews, Kalisto, Sin Cara, Goldust, Bo Dallas, Sami Zayn (who should probably get his own match, but doesn't really fit anywhere currently), Rusev, Baron Corbin, Mojo Rawley.
I also wouldn't rule out Bill Simmons hopping in the ring given the recently announced Andre The Giant documentary he's developing.
Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Championship
Dean Ambrose's reign as the Intercontinental Champion hasn't been as spectactular as The Miz's - though, in Ambrose's defense, he's been caught up in the World Championship picture for the last few weeks - and he currently doesn't have beef with any SmackDown star in particular.
Of his potential opponents, though, the reborn, sinister Dolph Ziggler is a good option, and Baron Corbin could also join in to make it a triple-threat match that could carry an extreme stipulation.
Alexa Bliss vs. Becky Lynch for the SmackDown Women's Championship
Naomi's knee injury unfortunately forced her to relinquish her SmackDown Women's Championship on Tuesday, and Alexa Bliss recaptured the title in a match against Becky Lynch with a help from Mickie James.
It's unclear if Naomi will be healthy by the time WrestleMania rolls around, but if she's not, Lynch could get another one-on-one opportunity.
Six-man ladder match for the WWE Cruiserweight championship
The energy of the cruiserweights make them great show-opener material, and giving them the platform to pull off some crazy spots may finally earn them some of the respect they deserve from the casual crowd.
A kickoff show tag team extravaganza
The tag team divisions on both shows have been a bit chaotic of late. Gallows and Anderson have been busy fighting Roman Reigns, and will face Enzo and Cass at Fastlane. The New Day will act as WrestleMania hosts, which could mean they aren't planning to actually wrestle.
On SmackDown, meanwhile, American Alpha has held the title since December, but every other team on the show feels interchangable. Whatever happens, tag teams feel destined for a kickoff show spot, so WWE might as well try to give as many teams a spotlight as possible with something wild like a 20-man, cross-promotion match.
Dream match that might not happen: Triple H vs. Seth Rollins
Seth Rollins is recovering from another knee injury (the same one that was surgically repaired), and he'll appear on Monday's episode of Raw to address what's next for him.
It's a tough situation for Rollins to be in. He was forced to miss WrestleMania 32 - the biggest show in WWE history - due to injury, and it would be heartbreaking for him to have to miss yet another 'Mania. At the same time, it would be incredibly risky for his long-term health to try and rush back.
Hopefully Rollins is healthy, and we get the Game vs. Architect match that has been brewing for months.
Dream match that probably won’t happen: The Undertaker vs. Finn Balor
A WrestleMania without The Undertaker would be strange to say the least, but he's been largely absent from WWE over the last year aside from one appearance prior to Survivor Series and a few spots leading into the Royal Rumble (where he was eliminated by Roman Reigns). According to some, that's reason enough to expect for Reigns vs. The Undertaker in April, but at the age of 51 we shouldn't just assume Taker will be wrestling if he doesn't have a good reason to.
Finn Balor, meanwhile, has yet to return from the injuries he sustained at SummerSlam, but he looks to be in amazing shape and recently showed up to aid Shinsuke Nakamura at an NXT show.