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WWE WrestleMania 31 match card previews: Featuring Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns, Bray Wyatt vs. The Undertaker, John Cena vs. Rusev, Sting vs. Triple H and more!

Don't miss WWE's WrestleMania pay-per-view (PPV), streamed live on WWE Network!

Live from Santa Clara, California's Levi's Stadium, the show that the entire year revolves around is here!  Recently re-signed WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar defends against Royal Rumble winner Roman Reigns, in a match that may be more interesting for what its outcome says about the future of the company than for what it will be in the ring come main event time.

Every other title in the company is up for grabs, as well, and the secondary men's titles have some very big names competing for them.  John Cena makes a second run at the undefeated United States champion Rusev, while the man who stood tall to close the 30th WrestleMania last year at this time will be chasing Bad News Barrett's Intercontinental title. And Daniel Bryan won't be alone, with Dean Ambrose, Luke Harper, R-Truth, Stardust and Dolph Ziggler also in the ladder match for the white and gold strap.

Several other marquee names will be battling over more personal issues than championship belts. Bray Wyatt has been calling out Undertaker for weeks, and while The Dead Man still hasn't shown up in WWE since having his undefeated streak snapped in New Orleans, he has accepted The Eater of Worlds' challenge, and will show up to stop Wyatt from becoming the new face of fear.

Sting and Triple H will try to end a beef that started at Survivor Series with the Vigilante's WWE debut - or maybe all the way back during the Monday Night War, if you listen to Hunter. And The Authority's current golden child, Seth Rollins, will deal with their deranged former poster boy in Randy Orton. If Mr. Money in the Bank survives The Viper, he and his briefcase will loom over the main event.

Divas champ Nikki Bella and her sister have been thorns in the side of the women who held the butterfly belt for much of the last year.  Now Paige and AJ Lee will look for revenge in a tag match against Brie and the champ...if they can stay on the same page.

All that will be preceded by not one, but TWO matches on the special two hour Kickoff .  The second annual Andre the Giant Memorial battle royal will feature twenty men looking to break out, and tag champs Tyson Kidd and last year's Andre winner Cesaro defend their straps in a Fatal 4way against Los Matadores, The New Day and The Usos. All that fun starts at 5:00PM ET/2:00PM PT, airing on WWE Network and YouTube (among other places - like right here at cSs!).

The main broadcast will begin at 7PM ET/4PM PT.  For all the ways to watch this annual event, sign-up at, or consult you cable or satellite provider.

In this StoryStream, we'll have previews of each and every match on the card. Stay tuned!

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