WWE WrestleMania 30 Matches: Underrated Match-of-the-Night Candidates

Aaron BowerFeatured ColumnistApril 2, 2014

WWE WrestleMania 30 Matches: Underrated Match-of-the-Night Candidates

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    When it comes to WrestleMania XXX, some matches are destined to grab the spotlight.

    Typically, any match involving The Undertaker will always be surrounded by a huge amount of hype and momentum. And this year also has Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H, which carries much promise.

    However, it is often easy to get obsessed with those matches and forget about the talent on the rest of the card. That is very much the case with WrestleMania XXX.

    Plenty of underrated matches on the WrestleMania XXX card could emerge as some of the finer bouts of the evening.

    With that in mind, let's take a look at some of the candidates.

Randy Orton vs. Batista vs. TBD

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    Sure, it is the main event of the evening, but it certainly doesn't feel like it.

    Randy Orton vs. Batista has limped along to WrestleMania XXX and was in desperate need of some spark added to it.

    Thankfully, one of Daniel Bryan or Triple H will be in the match, and that will elevate it to new heights.

    If Triple H makes it to the main event, then he would add a genuine interest in that three former members of the same stable will do battle for the championship.

    And if Daniel Bryan enters the fray, then a hugely exciting talent will take part in the main event. That alone is enough to potentially make it the match of the night.

The Andre the Giant Battle Royal

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    OK, so it's filled with a lot of guys who are not the most exciting competitors in the world, but this Battle Royal features some decent talent.

    Once the wheat has been separated from the chaff, there will be a mini-Battle Royal going on away from the 30 men who are competing.

    People like Dolph Ziggler, Alberto Del Rio, Sheamus and Big Show will hopefully be still in the mix at the right end of the match to give us a good spectacle.

    There will be some interesting spots going on all across the match in all fairness. Rey Mysterio will no doubt provide the crowd with some excitement, as he usually does.

    And we all know Kofi Kingston's track record in these kinds of matches. Add the fact that four spots are still up for grabs, and we could get some returning stars. Given all of the above, this is a good contender for match of the night.

The Tag Team Championship Match

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    It looks like this match is going to be consigned to the pre-show, but it still can be a great bout.

    The Usos have been excellent champions since they took the belts from The New Age Outlaws and will hopefully get the opportunity to showcase their skills on the biggest stage of all in a great match.

    The Real Americans are sure to provide a memorable spot—or at least, Cesaro is. That patented swing will generate a huge cheer from the crowd when he executes it.

    Hopefully the match has a decent amount of length to it and one of the two teams mentioned wins the belts. And hopefully, The Usos will light up the pre-show in serious style.

The Shield vs. Kane and the New Age Outlaws

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    You just get a feeling that, in and amongst all the hype everywhere else, this could be a great match.

    The Shield have risen to the top of their game over the last couple of months and have soared since their babyface turn.

    They face a trio of opponents who could conceivably be appearing at WrestleMania for the last time in their illustrious careers. And if that turns out to be the case, you get the impression Kane and The New Age Outlaws will go all out to ensure they leave their mark on the show.

    The Outlaws have been great since coming back and were good value for their run as tag champions. Hopefully they play a part in what could be a special match.

    If Seth Rollins is as aerially exciting as he normally is, we could be in for a stunning effort.