With more titles in WWE than ever before, WrestleMania 33 will feature numerous championship matches. A few of the company's top superstars will begin the night with titles, only to lose them at the biggest pay-per-view of 2017.

The likes of The Undertaker, John Cena and AJ Styles won’t be in title matches at WrestleMania 33, but they are the exception. Goldberg, Bray Wyatt and Chris Jericho, among others, will defend their belts in Orlando on April 2, and many predictions indicate that several championships are going to change hands.

The results for many WWE matches usually aren’t very difficult to predict. Wrestling fans can tell in which direction a storyline is going, indicating which superstar will have their hand raised when the final bell rings.

But there are also some surprises at the biggest WWE PPVs, especially when it comes to WrestleMania. Last year, it was Zack Ryder who caught everyone off guard, winning the Intercontinental Championship in shocking fashion. WrestleMania 31 was expected to end with either Brock Lesnar or Roman Reigns as WWE World Champion, but Seth Rollins wound up winning the belt.

Even though there’s no guarantee that every title will be defended at WrestleMania 33, here are predictions for each championship at WWE’s biggest show of the year.

WWE Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar

This is the safest bet of the night. Ever since Goldberg beat Lesnar in 86 seconds at Survivor Series, WWE has been building towards the former UFC champion getting his revenge at WrestleMania 33. Goldberg has been over with the crowd since making his return, but he probably won’t be around for long. Given Goldberg's age and inability to wrestle matches that last more than a few minutes, it's impossible for WWE to keep the title on him for a prolonged period of time.

WWE Championship: Bray Wyatt

A win for Wyatt might end up being the biggest upset at WrestleMania 33. With a few weeks left until the show, Randy Orton is a heavy betting favorite, expected to complete his destruction of the Wyatt Family by winning the WWE Championship. But Orton has no need for the belt, having held a world title 12 times in his career. WWE has been high on Wyatt ever since he debuted, giving him WrestleMania matches against both John Cena and The Undertaker. Now that he finally has the company’s No.1 championship, why take it away from him?

Raw Women’s Championship: Bayley 

With the way the Raw Women’s Championship has been booked since the summer, it feels like every woman in the title match has a good chance to have the belt on April 2. The championship has changed hands seven times since July 25, including four times on “Monday Night Raw.” Charlotte is no longer invincible on pay-per-view after her perfect record was ended by Bayley at WWE Fastlane, and it looks like Bayley will go on to feud with a heel Sasha Banks. Bayley, Charlotte and Sasha all have a real chance to win, though Nia Jax probably doesn’t if she’s added to make it a fatal-4-way.

SmackDown Women’s Championship: Alexa Bliss 

It makes the most sense for Bliss to keep the title, considering the way she’s performed since joining the main roster in the summer. She’s arguably been a better heel than even Charlotte since the New Year began. Natalya, Mickie James and Becky Lynch could all potentially come away with the championship in the match that might feature at least five different WWE superstars. Carmella won’t win if she’s a participant, and the same likely goes for Eva Marie, who could potentially be added to the match.

Intercontinental Championship: Baron Corbin 

There are still a few unknowns surrounding the IC Title Match at WrestleMania 33. Corbin has a feud with Dean Ambrose, and they’ll almost certainly fight for Ambrose’s belt at the event. Other wrestlers could be added to the match, as well, considering the championship has been defended in a ladder match at consecutive WrestleManias. No matter who fights for the belt on WWE’s grandest stage, it’s going to belong to Corbin sooner rather than later. WWE has booked him strong since he won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 32, and he’ll eventually be one of the top heels on “SmackDown Live.” Ambrose could retain the title, but it’s only a matter of time before Corbin wins his first championship in WWE.

United States Championship: Kevin Owens 

The match between Owens and Chris Jericho won’t be among the highest on the card, but the feud that surrounds it might be WWE’s best heading into WrestleMania 33. Jericho is about as over as any babyface on “Monday Night Raw,” but it only makes sense for him to drop the belt to Owens at this point in his career. It’s unknown for how long Jericho is going to continue his current run, though it’s possible that it won’t last very far beyond WrestleMania 33. Even if he will be around for a while, Owens is still establishing himself as one of WWE’s biggest stars and will benefit more from having the championship.

Kevin Owens Chris Jericho Kevin Owens is expected to beat Chris Jericho at WWE Payback 2017. Pictured: Jericho is attacked by Owens during the WWE Live Duesseldorf event at ISS Dome on Feb. 22, 2017 in Duesseldorf, Germany. Photo: Getty Images

Cruiserweight Championship: Neville 

Neville and Austin Aries are the only legitimate options here. Jack Gallagher could be considered a dark horse candidate, but Neville and Aries are the two stars of the division. Aries is set to make his return to the ring, and he’s already begun a feud with the champ. But WWE might want some time to build toward Aries’ eventual title run, and that could include a win for Neville in a Cruiserweight Championship Match that involves a few different wrestlers.

Raw Tag Team Championship: Enzo Amore & Big Cass 

The New Day won’t be in a match since they are the hosts of WrestleMania 33, and Sheamus & Cesaro probably won’t win the titles back after losing them at the Royal Rumble. That leaves current champions Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson and Enzo Amore and Big Cass. Enzo and Cass have been among the most popular WWE superstars since they joined the main roster last year, and they should draw a sizable pop from the crowd with a win in Orlando.

SmackDown Tag Team Championship: American Alpha 

The “SmackDown Live” tag team division has been lacking since Orton and Wyatt lost the titles to Jason Jordan and Chad Gable. The Wyatt Family is no more, and Zack Ryder’s injury put an end to his title hopes alongside Mojo Rawley. The Usos have a chance to come away with the belts at WrestleMania 33, but it makes sense to keep the titles on American Alpha, who remain the best part of the division.