Updated 08:05 AM EST, Thu, Jan 27, 2022

WWE WrestleMania 31 Premiere & Spoilers: Ziggler vs Bryan, Rollins vs Orton & More Expected!

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Wrestlemania 31 has less than a month to prepare a good show for March 29, but how much work is left to do?

Some guys who'll see action will be sure to put on a show for the fans, said the Bleacher Report, first noting Dolph Ziggler, who faces Daniel Bryan in what might strongly turn out to be a crowd-pleaser.

Cleveland.com offered sure-fire scenarios: Triple H and Sting in a dream match, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns fighting for the championship, and a battle royal for the second year in a row.

Breaking up The Miz and Damien Mizdow to prepare a standalone career for the latter could be more profitable for the WWE if it happened through a feud, noted the Bleacher Report. That could happen in the Andrew the Giant Battle Royale, Cleveland.com noted.

Seth Rollins and Randy Orton might also be facing off, the Bleacher Report said. This would end a turmoil that has been brewing for almost half a year, and affirm that Rollins really is a bigwig at the wrestling franchise nowadays -- a worthy challenger for the top-ranked stars and a star in the making himself.

In all this, Cleveland.com believes there is so much to do before Wrestlemania 31 hits the TV screens.

Daniel Bryan's fans have been fuming that he did not make it to the main event, and the WWE has to figure out whether an Intercontinental Championship appearance with Dean Ambrose, Ziggler, R-Truth, Luke Harper and Bad New Barrett would be enough as a peace offering, it noted.

It also touched on whether or not The Undertaker would fight Bray Wyatt and whether Sting can fight a wrestler 10 years his junior. At the Divas division, it added, the match might be between the Bella Twins and Paige-AJ Lee, but there's an obvious bias for the former.

The main event is between Reigns and Lesnar "whether you like it or not," said Sportskeeda, in a report playing out five possible endings for Wrestlemania 31.

In one of those scenarios, Rollins might also be in the Money in the Bank event to stir things. Of course, the last two were no-brainers -- Reigns stops Lesnar's domination, or Lesnar continues his reign, the Bleacher Report added.

For those who want to watch the action live, tickets are priced from $35 to $1,000, noted the Levi's Stadium website. There will also be "Gold Circle" VIP Packages worth $2,000, which entitle the holders to sit in the first eight rows from the ringside, but only limited.

Tickets can be availed on Ticketmaster or through 1-800-745-3000.

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