WWE is officially on the road to WrestleMania 36, following the 2020 Royal Rumble Sunday night. Charlotte Flair won the women’s Royal Rumble match and Drew McIntyre was the men’s Royal Rumble winner, guaranteeing them both world championship opportunities at the biggest wrestling event of the year.

The seeds for several storylines were planted Sunday night in Houston. Here’s a prediction for some of the biggest matches at WrestleMania 36 on April 5 in Tampa Bay.

Brock Lesnar vs. Drew McIntyre (WWE Championship)

McIntyre can decide to go after either the Universal Championship or the WWE Championship, but it’s pretty clear which title the Royal Rumble winner will target. Lesnar eliminated the first 13 superstars in the battle royal, and it was McIntyre that tossed the WWE Champion over the top rope. The Scottish wrestler starred down the former UFC star as he sat outside of the ring, setting up the potential WrestleMania main event.

Edge vs. Randy Orton

Edge made his return to the ring after nearly nine years in retirement, entering the Royal Rumble at No. 21. After thwarting an RKO attempt from Orton, Edge eliminated his former tag team partner. It’s possible that AJ Styles, who was also eliminated by Edge, could be included in a triple threat match. Styles and Orton have feuded over the last few months.

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Former World Heavyweight Champion Edge during WWE Smackdown at Acer Arena on June 15, 2008 in Sydney, Australia. Gaye Gerard/Getty Images

Roman Reigns vs. The Fiend (Universal Championship)

Bray Wyatt defeated Daniel Bryan for a second time Sunday night, beating yet another challenger for the top title on “SmackDown.” Reigns is the blue brand’s No. 1 babyface, making him the logical opponent for Wyatt at WrestleMania. Reigns was favored to win the Royal Rumble match this past weekend because of speculation that he’ll take on The Fiend in Tampa.

Charlotte Flair vs. Bayley vs. Sasha Banks (SmackDown Women’s Championship)

Flair was somewhat of a surprise winner, earning a shot to become an 11-time champion. Because she’s had so many matches with Becky Lynch and there isn’t an obvious challenger for the SmackDown Women’s Championship, a feud with Bayley might make the most sense. Sasha Banks has been hovering over the title picture, and adding her to the match would make it more compelling than a simple rehash of the feud that Flair and Bayley had last fall.

Becky Lynch vs. Shayna Baszler (Raw Women’s Championship)

Baszler was favored to win the women’s Royal Rumble, but Flair eliminated her to win the match. Her 416-day reign as the NXT Women’s Champion ended on Dec. 18, paving the way for her to join “SmackDown” or “Monday Night Raw.” Becky has been the Raw Women’s Champion since she pinned Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35. A dominant wrestler like Baszler, who eliminated eight women Sunday, is on a shortlist of superstars that should be considered to dethrone the most popular female champion in WWE history.