WWE WrestleMania XXVIII

WrestleMania 28 Breaking News: Triple Threat Tag Match to Take Place Pre-Show

Colin StoneContributor IIIMarch 31, 2012

In a move many saw coming, the WWE have inserted a tag team match into Sunday's already crammed WrestleMania 28 schedule.

However, the match itself, the news of which was broken a short time ago on WWE.com, will take place before the show kicks off at 7 p.m.

WWE have announced that the match between Tag Team Champions Epico and Primo, The Usos and Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd will be free to watch on the website or on YouTube from 6:30 p.m. onwards.

Personally, I think this is a smart move.

Sure, the WWE could've done all parties involved a favour and announced it a little earlier (rather than 40 hours before WrestleMania begins), but it means that fans and viewers across the world will get a taste of the action before the real entertainment starts.

Although I'm not a huge fan of the current champions, I really enjoy watching the Usos as well as the newly formed tag team of Gabriel and Kidd, so it could make for a very enjoyable match.

It also works well from a business point of view—a viewer watching the match for free may well have their appetites whetted by the action and could go onto buy the rest of the pay-per-view.

I can't see any other outcome than Epico and Primo retaining, but it gives all the teams involved a chance to show the world what they can do.

And that's the bottom line, cos Colin Stone said so!

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