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Brock Lesnar, pictured during his weigh-in for UFC 200 at T-Mobile Arena on July 8, 2016 in Las Vegas, is expected to have his next WWE match on July 9. Getty Images

WrestleMania 33 is still more than two months away, but the pieces for the match card are falling into place. Following the Royal Rumble, there is a much better sense of which matches will headline WWE’s biggest show of 2017.

WrestleMania 32 featured 12 matches and six hours of wrestling, and the pay-per-view on April 2 in Orlando should be similar. Much of the card will be determined by what happens at Elimination Chamber on Feb. 12 and Fastlane on March 5.

Rumors have been circulating for weeks regarding the potential WrestleMania 33 match card, and recent events indicate that some of the reports are correct. Plans are constantly changing in WWE, though it isn’t hard to guess who certain wrestlers will face on the “grandest stage of them all.”

Here’s a look at some matches that have a good chance to be on the WrestleMania 33 card:

Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg (WWE Universal Championship)

Once Goldberg beat Lesnar in less than 90 seconds at Survivor Series, it became clear that the two wrestlers would have a rematch at WrestleMania 33. With Goldberg eliminating Lesnar from the Royal Rumble in quick fashion, the storyline of Goldberg having the former UFC champion’s number continues. Now the only question is whether or not the WWE Universal Championship will be on the line. There have been rumors that Goldberg could take the title from Kevin Owens at FastLane, and a title match between Goldberg and Lesnar would likely close out the PPV.

Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton (WWE Championship)

After winning the Royal Rumble, Orton is in line to challenge John Cena for the WWE Championship in the main event of WrestleMania 33. But the two future WWE Hall of Famers have faced off in so many big matches over the last decade that it’s hard to believe they will actually headline the biggest PPV of 2017. That leaves the door open for Cena to drop the belt at Elimination Chamber, and a victory for Bray makes the most sense. Orton likely won’t be a member of The Wyatt Family for much longer, and forcing him to face Bray in a title match will force them to split up.

Triple H vs. Seth Rollins

This match has been brewing since the summer when Triple H attacked Rollins and allowed Kevin Owens to win the WWE Championship. Rollins has called out Triple H multiple times, and he should finally get his shot against the 14-time world champion at WrestleMania. Rollins hasn’t gotten over as a babyface like many thought he would, but a feud against maybe the company’s best heel could go a long way in helping him realize his potential.

The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns

Cena and Braun Strowman have been speculated as potential WrestleMania opponents for The Undertaker, but it seems WWE is going in a different direction. Reigns eliminated The Undertaker from the Royal Rumble, and the Deadman could look to get his revenge on WWE’s biggest stage. It might be the perfect opportunity for WWE to finally turn Reigns heel, pitting him against one of the most respected wrestlers in the history of the business.

Chris Jericho vs. Kevin Owens

The two “best friends” seem to be headed for an inevitable breakup that will culminate in a WrestleMania match. Owens currently has the WWE Universal Championship, but he might not have the belt come April. Jericho is the United States Champion, so look for the two wrestlers to accidently cost each other their titles, sparking a feud.

Charlotte vs. Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax (Raw Women’s Championship)

Charlotte, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch had probably the best match at WrestleMania 32, and WWE will likely look to put together another great women’s title match a year later. Becky can’t fight for the title because she’s on the “SmackDown” roster, but it makes sense for WWE to combine the current Charlotte-Bayley and Sasha-Nia feuds into one match.

John Cena vs. Samoa Joe

The plans for Cena are still very much up in the air, but a match against Joe seems to be the most likely when looking at various reports and Cena’s recent WrestleMania history. Joe could be in line for a big push once he gets called up from NXT, and pairing him with Cena should help him get over as a heel. Cena worked with both Bray Wyatt and Rusev in their first WrestleMania matches in recent years, so a match against Joe is only logical.

AJ Styles vs. Shane McMahon

Styles was the WWE Champion for 140 days, so it’s hard to believe that he won’t be in a marquee WrestleMania match. As probably the best in-ring worker in WWE, he has the best chance of any wrestler to get a good match out of Shane. With Styles already bickering with the commissioner of “SmackDown,” it shouldn’t be too difficult to set the wheels in motion for this feud.

Big Show vs. Shaquille O’Neal

The two had a confrontation in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 32, and the match has been all but confirmed. It will probably only last a few minutes, but it will find its way onto the card.