8 WWE Matches That Could Fill out the WrestleMania 29 Undercard
WrestleMania is still several weeks away, but the card is already starting to solidify. Two matches have already been set for the event.
With the WWE and World title matches already in place, this still leaves numerous champions without challengers and several feuds without matches.
CM Punk will likely be in some kind of main event-level match, and Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H seems all but set in stone.
What about everyone else?
This slideshow will list eight logical matches that could be added to the WrestleMania card that would be exciting and give many top superstars something to do on the biggest night of the year.
Team Hell No vs. the Usos vs. Epico and Primo vs. Prime Time Players (Tag Titles Match)
The tag team division has cooled down a bit in WWE recently, and a good way to get it going again would be a four corners title match featuring four of WWE's best tag teams.
Team Hell No seem to be on a path to breaking up, so the best time to give a deserving team a push with the belts would be at WrestleMania.
The Usos, Epico and Primo have not been very visible in the title scene, but they would add some excitement to the match with their fast-paced offense.
Prime Time Players are the team that really should be champions after WrestleMania.
They have improved on a weekly basis since debuting, and they have been the most visible team behind Team Hell No.
This match would be exciting, and it would give WWE a great way to transition the titles to someone else.
Mark Henry vs. Randy Orton
Mark Henry and Randy Orton are not strangers to one another, and with the main event scene getting full due to recent returns and few injuries to top stars, these two need something to do.
Orton can have a good match with just about anybody, and there is no denying that Mark Henry has elevated his game over the past two years.
With there being history between the two, it makes sense that a feud could develop for a short time.
We also cannot forget that it was Orton who eliminated Henry from the Elimination Chamber. That could leave the World's Strongest Man with a reason to go after Orton.
Wade Barrett vs. Bo Dallas (IC Title Match)
The feud between Wade Barrett and Bo Dallas hasn't been featured as heavily as other feuds in WWE, but it seems to be going somewhere.
After a match and a few backstage attacks, there is no way these two are done with each other. If WWE wants to bring Dallas to the main roster with some real oomph behind his push, then a title win at WrestleMania would do that perfectly.
Barrett is a great IC champion, but he is destined for main event status. Giving Dallas a surprise upset would do very little to hurt Barrett's image, especially considering Barrett has beaten some of the biggest names in WWE.
Antonio Cesaro vs. Kofi Kingston (US Title Match)
Antonio Cesaro likes to claim that no American wrestler will ever defeat him for the U.S. title, but how about somebody from Ghana?
Kofi Kingston is without an angle at the moment, and considering how often he has been in the midcard title scene over the past few years, he would be a great opponent for Cesaro.
Between Cesaro's variety of attacks and Kofi's ability to defy gravity, it would be a shock if this match wasn't exciting.
Ryback, Sheamus and Chris Jericho vs. the Shield
The Shield are still a very hot angle in WWE, and with Sheamus, Ryback and Chris Jericho taking the lead for the WWE locker room, it seems pretty likely there will be some kind of match between the two groups at WrestleMania.
Adding a stipulation to this match, like an elimination tag or possibly a match inside Hell in a Cell, could add a lot to the event.
It would give three main event superstars something to do while featuring three of WWE's brightest newcomers on the grandest stage of them all.
Everyone would win.
Natalya vs. Tamina vs. Kaitlyn (Divas Title Match)
Natalya has been featured heavily with Khali over the past few weeks, but the angle is already starting to fade.
The Divas title needs a match, and having WWE's three strongest and toughest Divas go at it for the title could make the division look good.
Tamina and Natalya have never been given the shots they deserve at being a major name in WWE. This match would give both of them a chance to show a large audience what they are capable of.
Big Show vs. Miz
After what we saw on Main Event between Big Show and Miz, it seems like they are on a collision course for a singles match.
The former tag team champions have had little contact in recent months, and since the roles are reversed, with Miz being the good guy this time, the match would seem fresh.
Miz really gave Big Show a run for his money on Wednesday, and with his recent push and Big Show's lack of a feud, the match makes sense.
Nobody is saying it would steal the show, but a win over the giant could give Miz the extra push he needs as a babyface.
Dolph Ziggler vs. Big E Langston
The time for Dolph Ziggler to test himself as a babyface in WWE has arrived.
He has been a heel for his entire career, and if WWE wants to know whether he can get to the top and stay there, they need to know if he can perform as a good guy.
Ziggler has received great responses from crowds for his best matches, but that could change if he becomes the good guy.
What should happen is between now and WrestleMania, he should grow tired of AJ, or rather he should get tired of her crazy antics.
Eventually he should start to want to win his matches on his own, without the help of his girlfriend or Big E. He should then tell this to AJ, and she would naturally flip out.
Big E would then attack Ziggler, leading to a match between the two at WrestleMania.
Ziggler would win the match, become a good guy and then go on to cash in his briefcase and win the World title.
That storyline practically writes itself since it has been told before with different superstars.
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