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After he beat The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33, don't expect Roman Reigns to turn heel. Pictured: Reigns holding the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at 02 Brooklyn Bowl on April 18, 2016 in London, England. Getty Images

The final WWE pay-per-view of 2016 is set for Sunday night in Pittsburgh. WWE Roadblock: End of the Line will feature six matches, headlined by the top names on “Monday Night Raw.”

Roman Reigns already has the United States Championship, and he'll look to join Seth Rollins as the only other wrestler to hold the U.S. Title and the top title on “Monday Night Raw” simultaneously. Sasha Banks and Charlotte will end their feud for the time being as they fight head-to-head in a Raw Women’s Championship match for the sixth time since the summer.

Reigns won’t defend his U.S. Title, and he hasn’t put the belt on the line at a PPV since Hell in a Cell on Oct. 30. The New Day defended their titles twice Monday to become the longest-reigning tag team champs in WWE history, and they aren’t scheduled to have a match at WWE Roadblock.

It’s likely that at least one championship will change hands Sunday.

WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens vs. Roman Reigns

Kevin Owens hasn’t had a very memorable run as the longest-reigning WWE Universal Champion in history, and his time with the title could come to an end Sunday. He’s likely headed towards a feud with Chris Jericho, who might end up costing Owens in the upcoming championship match. WWE still clearly views Reigns as the future face of the company, and he might beat Owens, even though he already holds the United States Championship.

Prediction: Roman Reigns

Raw Women’s Champion Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair (30-Minute WWE Iron Man Match)

With the way their feud has gone, it’s almost impossible to predict who will win Sunday. The top female wrestlers on “Monday Night Raw” have swapped the belt five times since July 25. Sasha’s victory a few weeks ago might mean that WWE is finally ready to let her keep the championship for an extended period of time, though Charlotte has never lost at a pay-per-view. WWE might have the match end in a draw, allowing Charlotte to keep her unbeaten streak intact while letting Sasha retain the title.

Prediction: Sasha Banks

Seth Rollins vs. Chris Jericho

Rollins could use a win at Roadblock, having lost six consecutive PPV matches. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Owens try to interfere on Jericho’s behalf, only to accidentally cost him the match.

Prediction: Seth Rollins

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rich Swann vs. TJ Perkins vs. The Brian Kendrick

The feud between Brian Kendrick and TJ Perkins was at the center of the Cruiserweight Division’s introduction to WWE a few months ago. Now that Swann has the belt, it might be time for the two former champions to leave the title picture for the time being. Kendrick pinned Perkins Monday in a singles match, so it might be Kendrick’s turn to take the pin in the upcoming match.

Prediction: Rich Swann

Sami Zayn vs. Braun Strowman

Strowman has never been pinned in WWE, and that won’t change at Roadblock. But Sunday’s match has a 10-minute time limit, and all Zayn needs to do is avoid being pinned or submitted until the final bell rings. Strowman will continue to look strong by dominating the match, but Zayn will technically get the win by refusing to give up.

Prediction: Sami Zayn

Big Cass vs. Rusev (Kickoff Match)

Rusev could be in for a big push in 2017, possibly contending for the WWE Universal Championship at some point. He needs a PPV win after losing his feud to Reigns, and a loss for Big Cass in a singles match won’t affect his and Enzo Amore’s quest to win the tag team titles.

Prediction: Rusev