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Asuka, pictured, will face Charlotte for the Smackdown Women's Championship at WrestleMania 34. 


The card is set for WWE's biggest showcase, WrestleMania 34. Daniel Bryan is back! Roman Reigns seeks redemption against Brock Lesnar. John Cena will be present — as a fan?! And Ronda Rousey will make her WWE in-ring debut. 

It's a stacked card. Let's dig in. 

WWE Cruiserweight Title Tournament finals: Cedric Alexander vs. Mustafa Ali

Analysis: There's a lot to like about both superstars, but Alexander should win the finals. He was the No. 1 contender before Enzo Amore was fired and appeared to be the heir to the cruiserweight throne before that announcement. This should be a solid kickoff show match. 

Winner: Cedric Alexander

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

Analysis: This is anyone's guess. We don't know many of the superstars who will be entering the battle royal. Let's go with one we know will be in there. 

Winner: "Woken" Matt Hardy

WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal

Analysis: I could see this going a couple of different ways. Either you go with one of the popular current stars (Becky Lynch or Sasha Banks) or you go with a veteran (Natalya or Mickie James). Lynch would be a popular pick, but the gut says Natalya will win it. 

Winner: Natalya

Smackdown Tag Team Championship match: The Usos (champions) vs. The Bludgeon Brothers vs. The New Day

Analysis: This is a match that has the potential of being one of the best on the card. There will be a lot of talent in one ring. We're due for a title change. We're also due for a fresh run in the tag team division. The Bludgeon Brothers should win this one. 

Winner: The Bludgeon Brothers

Raw Tag Team Championship match: Cesaro and Sheamus (champions) vs. Braun Strowman and an unknown partner

Analysis: How does Strowman lose this, even if he's by himself? He honestly doesn't need a partner, but WWE will probably throw someone out there to join him. 

Winner: Braun Strowman and a partner

Smackdown Women's Championship match: Charlotte (champion) vs. Asuka

Analysis: If anyone not named Ronda Rousey is going to end Asuka's streak, it's Charlotte. A lot has been made of the streak. WWE even played it up during the Mixed Match Challenge. But is that a hint that Asuka's undefeated streak will come to an end? Let's not kid ourselves. She will likely win this title and that will give WWE some fresh rivalries on Smackdown, especially if there is another Superstar Shakeup. 

Winner: Asuka

Raw Women's Championship match: Alexa Bliss (champion) vs. Nia Jax

Analysis: This is a great rivalry brewing and there is more WWE could do with it over the next several months. Plus, with everyone thinking that Nia Jax will dominate Alexa Bliss, it makes sense that Bliss retains her championship. They can continue this over the next month and two and have Nia pick up the win at a future pay-per-view. But for now, Alexa should keep the belt. 

Winner: Alexa Bliss

United States Championship match: Randy Orton (champion) vs. Bobby Roode vs. Jinder Mahal vs. Rusev

Analysis: There is a lot going on in this match. Roode is the former United States champion. Jinder Mahal is looking to get a belt back. And then you have Rusev. The person who needs this title the least is Orton. So what gives? Happy Rusev Day. Rusev should get this win and a push, finally. They haven't booked him well since he emerged, but this could be time for a resurgence. 

Winner: Rusev

WWE Intercontinental Championship match: The Miz (champion) vs. Finn Balor vs. Seth Rollins

Analysis: There's an "X" factor in this match: The Miz and his wife, Maryse, just welcomed their first child. The Miz has been one of the top WWE superstars for a long time. He has been a great Intercontinental champion. But he deserves a break. So who wins? Rollins. He's due for a push and giving him a belt will help that. Plus, a rivalry with Balor can go in a few different directions. And the matches between those two will be phenomenal. 

Winner: Seth Rollins

Tag team match: Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn

Analysis: During the go-home show there were hints that we might get a surprise at WrestleMania. Bryan and McMahon "hugged it out" and it was a reminder of the divide between these two men. Don't forget that the stipulation here is that Owens and Zayn need to win to get their jobs back. Owens and Zayn will win and they will probably do so with help from Bryan. There was speculation that he would turn heel. This would be a great time to do it. 

Winner: Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn

Singles match: John Cena vs. The Undertaker

Analysis: The match is going to happen. And The Undertaker will probably win. There's nothing more to it than that. The bigger question is whether The Undertaker will appear as The Deadman or if he will revive his American Badass character. We'll find out Sunday.

Winner: The Undertaker

Mixed tag team match: Ronda Rousey and Kurt Angle vs. Stephanie McMahon and Triple H

Analysis: Ronda Rousey isn't losing her debut match. They have built her up as the 2018 version of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. The superstar going against her boss. (Rousey isn't chugging beers and flipping the bird, but here we are.) This won't be the end of the Rousey vs. Stephanie dynamic, but the former UFC champion needs a win on Sunday. And she needs to showcase her wrestling ability, which is something we haven't seen a lot of over the last several weeks. 

Winner: Ronda Rousey and Kurt Angle

WWE Championship match: AJ Styles (champion) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

Analysis: This match is a safe bet for the best match of the night honors. It will be great to see Nakamura and Styles one-on-one in a WWE ring. Give them 20 or 25 minutes and they should be able to put on a show. Nakamura should get the win. He won the Royal Rumble and Styles has been champion. Nakamura is due for a title reign. 

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

WWE Universal Championship match: Brock Lesnar (champion) vs. Roman Reigns

Analysis: LOL. You think Lesnar has a chance? 

Winner: Roman Reigns