These numbers are just a few that show how popular this event is.
It feels like it took forever to get here, but finally Raw is done with the Road to WrestleMania, and all that's left is the big show itself. The current rumour points to the American Badass persona of Taker popping up, although if he does I do hope that it isn't in a sanctioned match as last year's final bout with Roman Reigns was a flawless send-off for the Phenom. While he excelled on Talking Smack (RIP) and made the best of an increasingly crappy situation in the SmackDown GM/Commish feud/storyline/waste of time, the fact is Bryan has always buttered his bread in the ring, running the ropes, wrestling with the passion of a man twice his size. Add a stacked lineup of matches at Axxess-this is all leading to WWN and Progress running at Axxess in the future, right?-and the WWE has all a wrestling fan might want for five long days.
Competing against Big E Langston, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods of The New Day as well as the Bludgeon Brothers, the Usos have the ideal foils for their "WrestleMania" match, and it is now up to them to turn the Mercedes-Benz Superdome into the "Uso Penitentiary".
Evidently, Carmella is making some noise this week and she and her Money in the Bank briefcase make a trip to New Orleans for WrestleMania 34. He's now a full blown movie star, he's a reality TV star, and hosts award shows too. The bigger question is whether The Undertaker will appear as The Deadman or if he will revive his American Badass character. The statement seemed cryptic and did not make it obvious if he was announcing his retirement or will he be wrestling again. John Cena has been calling out the Deadman for weeks now, demanding a Wrestlemania showdown and has so far only been met with the sound of silence. But have they maximized the storytelling potential between these two?
It is also being rumoured that if Taker returns for a fight he will "kick Cena's ass".
John Cena vs. The Undertaker: This match hasn't been announced, but I still believe it's going to happen. Someone like, The Rock. John Cena will be present - as a fan?! The Undertaker.there won't be many complaints. Out of all of them, the IC Title and WWE Championship have the most predicted title changes.
There's added intrigue, because since joining WWE, Asuka is undefeated.
It's a title he is very familiar with and one he has actually held twice before.
Styles will continue his run atop SmackDown, defeating his longtime rival in a match that fans have been pining for since the Superstars signed with WWE. "We go all out for WrestleMania; from elaborate ring entrances and flashy ring gear, to pulling out the most incredible athletic moves". Rousey will get her moment, and then the real work begins. WWE YouTube clips featuring the former UFC Champ have been among the most-viewed videos the company has in circulation.
His journey to the biggest show of the year will not have the storybook ending most expect, though.
Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Reigns has closed out WrestleMania in each of the last three years, including his 2017 match with The Undertaker.
There's a ton of other cool stuff happening with Wrestlemania this weekend, but if you're not a huge WWE fan, most of it will be secondary to you. Just a lot of talent in both of these matches, and a lot of guys who know how to get the spotlight on them.