WWE WrestleMania 32 PPV guide, final match card, and rumors

WWE WrestleMania 32 PPV guide, final match card, and rumors

The WWE WrestleMania 32 is fast approaching, and yet wrestling fans are still inquiring about the Wrestlemania 32 match card and where they could access the WWE pay-per-view & its known schedules. The WWE WrestleMania is set to be aired April 3, Sunday. And for you to watch via television or mobile devices, CBS Sports gave out tips and schedules for watching:

“Kickoff — 5 p.m. ET: WWE Network

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TV preshow — 6 p.m. ET: USA Network or WWE Network

WrestleMania 32 — 7 p.m. ET: WWE Network or pay-per-view

WWE Network: Web, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, PlayStation, Xbox, iOS, and Android”

In the previous weeks, there have been various rumors regarding the match and the alleged appearance of WWE legend to make the WresltleMania 32 more attractive. One of the most notable rumors would be the appearance and participation of “The Rock.” It is said to be that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will have a special role in the event.

Aside from The Rock, wrestling fans are also expecting the appearance of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, even though his role is still uncertain, same as with the John Cena and his rumored participation. However, aside from the favorite rumored WWE character appearances, one of the most sought info would be the matches during the WrestleMania.

And based on the “Final Wrestlemania 32 Match Card” released by CBS Sports, it is now final that in the World Heavyweight Championship, it would be “Triple H vs. Roman Reigns.” And for the Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match, it would be the “Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler, Sami Zayn, The Miz, Stardust, Sin Cara, Zack Ryder.”

Lastly for the highly awaited “Hell In a Cell”, it has been confirmed that it is a match against “The Undertaker vs. Shane McMahon.” And if the younger McMahon beats the Taker, he will control Monday Night Raw, and Undertaker will not fight at WrestleMania again, according to the report.

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