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Projected WrestleMania 31 match card

We're now just two months away from the biggest pro wrestling event of the year, WrestleMania 31 on Sun., Mar. 29, 2015, at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. So far, only one match is official for the show but that match just so happens to be the main event.

Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns for the WWE world heavyweight championship.

That's the big one, of course, but WrestleMania is a package deal. WWE does what it can to break out the big guns each year and we typically have a good idea of what the card will look like by the time the Royal Rumble wraps up.

With that in mind, here's the current projected WrestleMania 31 match card based on reports, rumors, and what's been teased on television:

- Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns

As mentioned, it's official after Reigns won the Royal Rumble.

- Triple H vs. Sting

They've scheduled a face-to-face meeting between the two for the Fast Lane pay-per-view on Feb. 22 and it's expected the match will officially be made that night.

- Undertaker vs. Bray Wyatt

WWE has yet to hint on television that Undertaker will be returning but there have been rumblings in the rumor mill that Wyatt has been booked as strong as he has lately -- going over Dean Ambrose in every match in their feud, beating Daniel Bryan clean on Raw before the Royal Rumble, being the Iron Man in the Rumble -- to get him ready for "The Phenom."

- John Cena vs. Rusev

They already booked a match between the two for Fast Lane, which came as a surprise, but that could simply mean they're going to do a series and the first match will lead to a rematch with an added stipulation at WrestleMania.

- Randy Orton vs. Seth Rollins

Before he left to film a movie, Orton turned babyface by attacking Rollins and breaking away from The Authority. The plan all along was to have him feud with Rollins upon his return and they've pushed that return back far enough that it looks clear the big match between the two will take place at the biggest show of the year.

- Daniel Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler

They've already agreed to the match on Twitter and the Wrestling Observer reports that it looks like they weren't just fooling around but actually setting up what WWE had planned for the two.

- Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

This is where all the names who don't have something else to do will end up.

- Divas title match
- Tag team title match

That would make for nine matches total. Plans can and often do change but it looks like that's what we're working with right now, folks.

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