WWE WrestleMania 30: Live Stream, Start Time and More for Massive Event

Donald WoodFeatured ColumnistApril 5, 2014

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There is no bigger wrestling show in the United States of America each year than WWE’s WrestleMania, and the 30th edition of the annual pay-per-view has fans clamoring to find out all the vital viewing information for the massive event.

With a blockbuster three-way match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, an exciting matchup between Triple H and Daniel Bryan, The Undertaker taking on Brock Lesnar and John Cena squaring off against Bray Wyatt, this is setting up to be one of the deepest cards in history.

Here is all the vital viewing information every fan needs to enjoy Sunday’s WrestleMania spectacular, the full card for the event and a preview of the main event.


Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La.

When: Sunday, April 6

Start Time: 7 p.m. ET (Pre-Show at 5 p.m. ET)

Watch: Pay-Per-View (contact local service provider)

Live Stream: WWE Network (subscription required)


Full WrestleMania XXX Match Card and Predicted Winners
MatchTitle / StipulationPredicted Winner
Randy Orton vs. Batista vs. Daniel Bryan/Triple HTriple Threat WWE World Heavyweight ChampionshipBatista
Daniel Bryan vs. Triple HWinner added to main eventDaniel Bryan
The Undertaker vs. Brock LesnarN/AThe Undertaker
John Cena vs. Bray WyattN/ABray Wyatt
The Shield vs. Kane & New Age OutlawsSix-Man TagThe Shield
Andre the Giant Memorial Battle RoyalN/AAlexander Rusev
Vickie Guerrero Divas Championship InvitationalDivas ChampionshipAJ Lee
The Usos vs. Real Americans vs. Los Matadores vs. RybaxelTag Team Championships Fatal 4-WayReal Americans
Source: WWE.com


Full Main Event Preview and Prediction

Before we can talk about the WrestleMania matchup for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship between defending titleholder Randy Orton, Batista and a third man, the match between Daniel Bryan and Triple H will determine the final participant in the main event.

Bryan and Triple H have been embroiled in a serious feud that has stolen much of the spotlight away from Orton and Batista. While the WWE Universe was never going to care about Orton vs. Batista, the company has ensured that the fans will be entertained by making Bryan the focal point of this feud.

Despite the fact that this is the first time the unified title will be defended at WrestleMania, more people care about whether Bryan will beat Triple H and advance to the main event more than anything else on the entire card.

Bryan will beat Triple H clean after an awesome battle, but that will not be the end of this segment. With Bryan celebrating, Triple H will attack him from behind and beat him down like he did on Raw.

With Bryan possibly stretchered out, the Superdome will be stunned.

Once the main event does arrive, it will be key to put Orton and Batista in the ring by themselves without Bryan to start the title match. The crowd will be outraged by the lack of Bryan in the main event, but the heat will be nothing compared to the pop Bryan would get if he strolled to the ring five minutes after the match began.

Bryan would look incredibly strong coming out despite the beatdown, and he could dominate both men at the same time. After each wrestler getting the chance to shine in this match, Bryan could hit Orton with the running knee, and Batista could steal the victory by throwing Bryan out of the ring.

Giving the belt to Batista instead of Bryan would add to the crowd’s desire to see the underdog win, and it adds to Batista’s heel character. While Bryan would miss out on a WrestleMania moment, it would be for the long-term betterment of his character.

Predicted Winner: Batista


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