WWE WrestleMania 32: Titles Most Likely to Change Hands at Event
WWE's WrestleMania pay-per-view is traditionally the show where fans expect more titles to change hands than at any other time of the year—and WrestleMania 32 will be no different.
There are some title reigns which certainly feel like they are coming to an end, and WrestleMania will provide the perfect backdrop for WWE to make the changes it feels are necessary.
Expect all of the championships on the main roster to be defended on the show, and although they won't all change hands, plenty will.
Here are the titles we can expect to see passed on to new owners at WrestleMania 32.
Although Charlotte's opponent for WrestleMania hasn't been locked in yet, it will only be a matter of time before the challenger is determined.
It's highly likely that Sasha Banks will get a shot at Charlotte during the pay-per-view, and that will be a match worth tuning into Mania for all on its own.
They've had some tussles on NXT in the past, and once Sasha gets past Becky Lynch in the bout to determine Charlotte's foe at Mania, this feud will take off in a big way.
As for the match itself, it feels as if it's written in the stars for Banks to claim her first reign with the Divas Championship, and it will give the whole division a lift heading out of WrestleMania.
There's an opportunity available for WWE to put its trust in Kevin Owens and give him a lengthy run with the Intercontinental Championship—but things may not work out that way.
With a few guys breathing down Owens' neck, he may not escape WrestleMania with the title in his possession.
AJ Styles stands out as the prime contender, with the two potentially reviving a feud that started during the Royal Rumble match back in January.
Chris Jericho could also be thrown into the mix, as could Sami Zayn if he steps up from NXT.
Tag Team Championships
The New Day have been tag team champions for a lengthy period now, which makes it highly likely they're about to drop the belts at WrestleMania.
Another thing that makes them relinquishing the titles so likely is the number of challengers that are now in the division.
There are The Usos, The League of Nations, The Dudley Boyz and so many more. If WWE decides it wants to go down the multiteam route for the tag titles match at Mania, it would make plenty of sense given the credibility of the teams in the division at the moment.
Could we even see a surprise and have a pairing like Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady step up from NXT?
All of those teams could realistically beat The New Day—and it would certainly shake the division up no matter who WWE decides it wants to go for.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Of all the titles that will be defended at WrestleMania, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship is the most likely to change hands.
There's almost no way you can imagine Triple H retaining possession of the belt after Mania, especially with Roman Reigns being his challenger in the event.
WWE has decided it wants to go with Reigns as the top guy in the company, so expect him to go over Triple H and win the title for a third time.
It would certainly shake things up if HHH managed to keep hold of the title and move into something completely different, but that isn't happening.
It's almost a guarantee that Roman Reigns will take the title from the COO.