Mar 17, 2017 06:54 AM EDT
Why WrestleMania 33 Will Have The Best WWE Matches Yet

The excitement surrounding WrestleMania 33 is undoubtedly in full gear. Less than two weeks from now, Orlando, Florida will play host to WWE's biggest show which will be held in the 65,000-seater Camping World Stadium. The 2017 edition of the grappling event will feature matches between WWE's biggest names. Here's a rundown of what fans can expect from the Granddaddy of Them All.

Part-time superstars Goldberg and Brock Lesnar have a combined age of 89. The two will clash for the Universal Championship match, which will be the main event for WWE's signature show each year. Forbes magazine's Blake Oestreicher predicts a big win for Lesnar due to his frequent appearance for WWE and his reputation as the sports' biggest attraction next to John Cena.

The WWE Championship battle will be between Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton. The latter beat AJ Styles last Tuesday to emerge as the number one contender. He was already in this position when he won the Royal Rumble. Orton has been waiting for a contender for more than a month.

Bayley, Charlotte Flair, and Sasha Banks will be the marquee names in the Raw Women's Championships. This match will be another highlight of WrestleMania 33 due to the three's incredible chemistry. However, some WWE fans are still hoping if Nia Jax can find her into this bout.

There is a possibility that a mixed tag match between John Cena and Nikki Bella and The Miz and Maryse will be proposed. Cena will be up against one of his oldest rivals. SmackDown made this match official, and there is no reason for WrestleMania to repeat this battle.

The Smackdown Women's Championship will have Alexa Bliss facing every available woman on the SmackDown roster including Becky Lynch and Maryse. Naomi is another possible contender.

WrestleMania 33 will feature Enigmatic Tag Team trio The New Day, Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods as hosts. According to speculations, WWE legend Shawn Michaels will be involved to add some glitter to this year's Wrestlemania.

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