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Triple H won the Royal Rumble match for the second time in his career. Getty

WWE Roadblock 2016 is set for Saturday night in Toronto as The Road to Wrestlemania 32 continues. The three-hour WWE Network special will feature multiple title matches, and the company's No.1 championship will be on the line in the main event.

Triple H is scheduled to defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania 32, but he'll have to first face Dean Ambrose in a championship match at Roadblock. Ambrose has had several title opportunities over the past year, losing to Reigns and Seth Rollins.

It had been rumored that Brock Lesnar would fight for the title at Roadblock, but he'll instead face Bray Wyatt in a singles match. The match was expected to take place at Wrestlemania 32, but Lesnar will instead face Ambrose in the biggest WWE pay-per-view of 2016.

Two more matches are being advertised for Roadblock on, but there will certainly be more than four matches during the three-hour live event. The New Day will defend their tag team titles against the League of Nations, represented by Sheamus and King Barrett. NXT tag team champions, The Revival, will put their titles on the line against Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady.

No titles are expected to change hands at the event since that would alter the matches on the Wrestlemania 32 card. Saturday will mark Triple H's first title defense since he won the belt at the Royal Rumble.

The event is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET, and it can only be seen on WWE Network. A free live stream is available online for new subscribers, since they don't have to pay for the first month of their subscription. A WWE Network subscription costs fans $9.99 per month.