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WWE WrestleMania 32 full match previews: Featuring Triple H vs. Roman Reigns, Shane McMahon vs. The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose and more!

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

Live from Arlington, Texas' AT&T Stadium, the show that the entire year revolves around is here!  WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H defends against Roman Reigns, in a feud that's become increasingly personal since the end of 2015.

Almost every other title in the company is up for grabs, as well. Intercontinental champ Kevin Owens has an veritable army of guys gunning for his strap in a ladder match.  And, for the first - and possibly last - time in a while, the Divas title will be on the line when Charlotte defends against two of her fellow Four Horsewomen in a Triple Threat with Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch.

Several other marquee names will be battling over more personal issues than championship belts. Shane McMahon returned to "rescue" WWE from his father and the Authority, and Vince McMahon has dispatched The Dead Man to do his bidding. And to ensure Undertaker's full commitment to his Hell in a Cell showdown with Shane O'Mac, Mr. McMahon has put his Mania future on the line against control of Raw.

Despite his best efforts, Brock Lesnar has not been able to shake Dean Ambrose. The Lunatic Fringe continued to pursue the Beast Incarnate even when both their WWE title dreams ended (for now) at Fastlane. They'll decide once and for all who's the better man in a Street Fight.

Welcoming AJ Styles to WWE has been quite the drama for Chris Jericho, and they'll look to end their issues on the Grandest Stage of Them All, and New Day face League of Nations in a feud that's gotten so personal the tag titles aren't at stake, as the champs are down a man for their handicap match against the Lads. Plus, the third annual Andre the Giant Memorial battle royal will feature twenty men looking to break out, and maybe a surprise return or two.

All that will be preceded by not one, not two, but THREE matches on the special two hour Kickoff. United States champ Kalisto puts his title on the line against Ryback, and a couple of tag team showdowns will rock the pre-show, as the Usos battle the Dudleyz, and ten women square off as Team Total Divas takes on Team B.A.D. & Blonde!

For the first time ever, the Kickoff will be split in two! All that fun starts at 5:00PM ET/2:00PM PT, and the first hour will air on WWE Network and YouTube (among other places - like right here at cSs!) before throwing the final hour over to USA Network!

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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