As always, here are some bonus questions for our readers:
If you could add one match to the card, what would it be?
Eric Kanes: As of today, there are rumors that Batista and Brock Lesnar might be making an appearance on Sunday. They're not confirmed, though, so I'll only use the current roster. If I had to add one match with the current roster, it would be Primo & Epico vs. Brodus Clay & Alberto Del Rio. The story going into this match could've been Clay & Del Rio winning a tag team tournament to get a title shot. Del Rio wants to use Brodus to win some gold, but he is disgusted by his new attitude. During the match, Del Rio yells at Brodus which causes Primo & Epico to get the win & retain. Post-match, Brodus takes down Del Rio with his finisher and dances with the crowd. After WrestleMania, they feud with Del Rio hiring Ezekiel Jackson as his enforcer. This scenario gives the tag team titles the spotlight and also gives Brodus & Del Rio something to do.
Geddy Cahoon: Something with Hunico or Tyler Reks. Those guys are two of my favorites, and they never get airtime. Hunico is one of the most interesting and athletic performers currently in WWE, and he needs to be better utilized. Reks has a decent look, he isn't too shabby in the ring and he can talk. Use them for something.
Dave Scott: I would have replaced the 12-man tag match with a Money in the Bank ladder match. I can't think of one Money in the Bank match that has been bad. They are always potential show stealers and are good for building future champions.
Adam Behan: The match I would have liked to have seen added onto the card before WrestleMania is Mason Ryan vs. Ezekiel Jackson. Two big fighters with technical skills and high-flying ... just joking. My match is Money in the Bank. WrestleMania needs Money in the Bank back badly. The twelve guys fighting for Long and Laurinaitis could have fought for their respective GM and a contract for a title shot lasting one year as normal. I liked that plan.
George Cushnie: Money in the Bank. Simple as that. I don’t think that Barrett’s injury should’ve stopped WWE from putting the match at Mania. The likes of Ziggler, Swagger, Kingston, Miz, Ryder, Kingston and R-Truth would’ve been far better battling it out for the briefcase instead of being wasted in the ridiculous general manager vs. general manager match. I can’t explain enough how much I’d replace that match.
Liam Hindmarsh: I said it during the Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber predictions. The tag team champions need exposure on live television. Primo and Epico should face The Usos. Just give them 10 minutes and let them put on a show. The tag division is never going to grow if the WWE won't allow it to grow. The tag team championships are pretty much worthless at this moment in time. It won't do any harm to feature the champions on a PPV to try and bring a little bit of prestige back. It's going to be a long road to revive the tag division but WWE has to start somewhere.
Gregory Bitetzakis: I think we have a stacked card but it would be nice to see the Tag Titles being defended on the show to give that division some publicity. We are also missing Alberto Del Rio, Rey Mysterio, and now Christian, so if we could somehow add a Money in the Bank with those three and maybe Ted Dibiase, Alex Riley and Ezekiel Jackson, that would be something to watch, but alas, I will have to watch NXT to see my favorite, "Big Zeke."
Which match will steal the show?
Eric Kanes: The Undertaker vs. Triple H will be the best match as far as wrestling goes and will probably get the most time, but The Rock vs. John Cena will be the best match in terms of psychology. I'm going to go with Rock vs. Cena because all of the implications and uncertainty.
Geddy Cahoon: There's this one match involving The Rock. That'll probably be pretty good.
Dave Scott: Though Jericho and CM Punk will steal the show from a technical and visual stand point, the hype and build surrounding Cena vs. The Rock will be next to none. Therefore, I think Cena and The Rock will steal the show as that will be that match that everyone will be talking about years from now.
Adam Behan: The match I see stealing the show will be Daniel Bryan and Sheamus. The reason why is that we already know that Taker and Punk's matches will be awesome, yet this match has gotten so little attention. This bout will kick ass with technical skills, a loud crowd, and a big win to whomever. I guarantee there will be a move that blows us away, like a top rope Brogue kick or something.
George Cushnie: Rock/Cena. No contest. Everyone’s been waiting for this match for years and there’s no way that anyone else could steal the show from them. In terms of the crowd involvement, to both men busting their asses, then there’s nothing that can really touch them. In terms of spots though, HHH/Undertaker will definitely be up there. Punk/Jericho will be the best wrestling match though.
Liam Hindmarsh: For me, the match that I think will steal the show will be CM Punk vs. Jericho. As I said in my match prediction, I love the fact that it's going to be a wrestling match. Fans have called for more wrestling and less gimmicky stuff and wrestling is what we shall get on Sunday. I don't do star ratings or anything like that but if I did I would expect it to be up there with the four or five star matches. I think a lot of the matches on the card can be possible match of the year candidates but I trust Punk and Jericho to do something amazing. Punk and Jericho will steal the show.
Gregory Bitetzakis: I know everyone will talk about Rock/Cena for good reason but I am very interested in seeing HHH/Undertaker. They put on an epic match at last year's Wrestlemania and with the addition of Hell in a Cell and Shawn Michaels, we could see a classic that could be easily steal the show on the Grandest Stage of Them All. And at least they will tell one hell of a story, no pun intended.
Will you be ordering this PPV?
Eric Kanes: Every wrestling fan has to pay for WrestleMania. That's an unwritten rule.
Geddy Cahoon: Absolutely. WrestleMania is the one pay-per-view I always order, regardless of how good or bad the card looks. It's the most important PPV in wrestling history, and one of the few wrestling-related things that has transcended wrestling itself and actually become a pop-culture icon. Plus, this year's card looks especially solid, and everybody needs to see Rock/Cena.
Dave Scott: I will not be ordering the pay-per-view. I'm going out to watch it in a pub on a big screen. I do this every year for Wrestlemania and the atmosphere is always amazing. Hopefully, it can get the same buzz this year!
Adam Behan: I am unable to purchase this pay-per-view and I am filthy. I have work commitments that must be fulfilled so once again I miss out. I often complain about the hefty price tag for PPVs here in Australia. On the other hand, it is WrestleMania and I would have gotten it only if... Oh well, live stream for me again.
George Cushnie: Yeah. I’m moving house at the weekend though, so I mightn’t get the chance to watch it live. I’ll probably Sky+ it and watch it before RAW on Monday. I’ll be staying away from my e-mails, Twitter, and phone until I’ve watched WrestleMania. If it was one of the other big four PPV’s, then I wouldn’t even be bothering about it, but Mania is different.
Liam Hindmarsh: As always I'll be watching with friends. Nice way to split the price of a pay-per-view. Easter holidays too so I don't need to worry about Monday morning. Pizza, beer, and four hours of wrestling. 12 a.m. to 4 a.m. You can call me crazy, but WrestleMania is worth it.
WrestleMania is best watched with people. You can never compare to the atmosphere in the stadium but at least if you're watching with a group of people you get a tiny bit of atomosphere in the room. Beer will be spilt and pizza dropped. I feel sorry for whoever is cleaning it up but it's totally worth it for WrestleMania. Only comes around once a year and this one has the potential to be one of the best.
Gregory Bitetzakis: Of course, this is the biggest PPV of them all. I will be holding my own version of the Kevin Nash WrestleMania party with a bunch of my friends, beers, pizza, nachos and a big screen. I am extremely psyched for this PPV and I know it will be one of the best in a long time.