With WrestleMania 30 set for less than a month away, WWE is finalizing the card for the biggest pay-per-view in company history. Three more matches were officially added to the event, on the most recent edition of “Monday Night Raw.”
Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
Prior to the start of “Raw,” WWE advertised that Hulk Hogan would be making a big announcement for WrestleMania 30. At the top of the show, the WWE Hall of Famer let fans know of a 30-man battle royal that would be set for the PPV, with the winner getting an Andre the Giant Memorial Trophy.
The battle royal will allow a spot on the show for wrestlers who might not have been featured in another match. Thus far, Big E Langston and Ryback have entered themselves into the match. Several WWE superstars will likely pull double-duty, as a result.
John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt
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The feud between Cena and Wyatt has finally resulted in an official WrestleMania match. The Wyatt Family screwed Cena in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at both Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber. The match was made on Monday when the Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan interrupted Cena and Hogan.
Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H
Bryan finally got Triple H to agree to a one-on-one matchup with him on April 6. Bryan brought dozens of fans into the ring, and they refused to leave until the COO met his demands. It’s the culmination of the feud between the two that began at SummerSlam.
If Bryan defeats Triple H, though, his night at WrestleMania will be just getting started. The stipulation was added that Bryan will be included in the WWE World Heavyweight Title match, with a victory over “The Game.” Bryan might not become the champion, but his inclusion would help WWE avoid having a heel vs. heel scenario, as Randy Orton defends the title against Batista.
CM Punk’s departure has certainly improved Bryan’s spot on the card. Prior to Punk walking out on WWE, he was reportedly set to face Triple H. Bryan was rumored to face Sheamus at WrestleMania.