Get ready for night two of WrestleMania, taking place at Lincoln Financial Field, the home of the Philadelphia Eagles! Tonight, WWE is settling to conclude many epic storylines dramatically and emphatically. Bayley is determined to make history by being crowned the WWE Women’s Champion. Drew McIntyre is looking to seize the opportunity and claim the World Heavyweight Championship from a battered Seth Rollins. And the burning question on everyone’s mind is: Will Cody Rhodes, The American Nightmare, finally put an end to his story? Take advantage of all the action. Tune in to Peacock starting at 7 EST. And before the show begins, here are my predictions for Night 2 of WrestleMania.

Bobby Lashley and the Street Profits vs. Final Testament in a six-man tag team Philadelphia street fight

The upcoming wrestling match involves two teams: The Pride, consisting of Bobby Lashley, Montez Ford, and Angelo Dawkins, and the Final Testament, made up of Karrion Kross, Akam, and Razer. This feud has been going on for months and is set to end with a Philadelphia street fight. Fans are excited about the match, as no-holds-barred or no-DQ matches at Wrestlemania usually offer a chance to see pure carnage without the usual dramatics. The WWE has been trying to rebuild Karrion Kross’s character, but I’m rooting for The Pride to win. Bobby Lashley couldn’t compete in last year’s Wrestlemania, so it would be great to see him, Montez Ford, and Angelo Dawkins get a well-deserved victory and move on to the next chapter.

LA Knight vs. AJ Styles

LA Knight and AJ Styles’ upcoming match brings back memories of the intense rivalry between Triple H and Randy Orton from 2009. The animosity between the two wrestlers is so palpable that it spills into verbal and physical altercations. AJ Styles flew to Perth to cheat LA Knight out of an elimination chamber win. As a result, LA Knight retaliated by fighting AJ Styles in his home, reminiscent of the Orton and HHH feud. There is no denying that this match will be an absolute classic, given the immense bad blood between the two fighters. While both wrestlers are highly skilled, LA Knight, a rising star in the company, should emerge victorious. If he doesn’t, it could dampen his momentum. On the other hand, AJ Styles has already achieved everything there is to in professional wrestling, and losing to LA Knight wouldn’t hurt his legacy.

WWE United States Championship match: Logan Paul defeats Randy Orton and Kevin Owens.

Although opinions about Logan Paul may vary, it’s hard to deny that he’s been an entertaining US Champion. He has a natural talent for being a heel, portraying an arrogant yet likable character with a penchant for evil antics and modern-day trolling that his fans outside of the WWE are familiar with. However, his trolling may have landed him in trouble as he now finds himself in the crosshairs of legendary WWE fighters Kevin Owens and Randy Orton. Both stand to gain little from the US title. Seeing a future feud between them would be interesting. While Logan Paul is expected to take a beating, he might still manage to slide in and steal a victory.

WWE Women’s Championship match: Iyo Sky (c) vs. Bayley.

This upcoming match has been building up for a while and promises to be exciting and full of storytelling. Bayley founded “Damage Ctrl” with Iyo Sky and Dakota Kai. Later, they expanded by adding the Kabuki Warriors, consisting of Asuka and Kairi Sane. Unfortunately, things worsened as the group began to bully and torment Bayley despite her efforts to help Iyo reach new heights. Bayley went on to win the Royal Rumble and sought revenge against Iyo Sky for taking advantage of her kindness. While I expect “Damage Ctrl” to try and interfere in the match, Bayley will overcome all odds and emerge victorious, claiming her WrestleMania moment, much like fan favorite Sami Zayn did last night against Gunther.

World Heavyweight Championship match: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Drew McIntyre.

Drew McIntyre has been on an absolute tear recently, excelling in everything he does. He’s been trolling CM Punk on Twitter, creating meme T-shirts, delivering great promos, and, as always, superb in-ring performances. While Punk will comment during the match, the actual match will be between Seth Rollins and Drew. WWE has done an exceptional job of weaving Rollins’ contribution to helping Cody fend off the bloodline while keeping the focus on the 280-pound Scottish powerhouse. However, I believe Rollins has done too much and has sustained too much damage from night one to retain his title successfully. Although I expect some Punk involvement and maybe even a Priest Money in the Bank cash-in attempt, Drew McIntyre will finally get his long-awaited Wrestlemania win in front of a sold-out crowd.

Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Cody Rhodes.

The main event of the evening is the match that everyone has been waiting for since Wrestlemania 39. Cody Rhodes is determined to finish his story and claim the WWE Championship from the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns, who has been on a record-breaking 4-year title reign with his family, The Bloodline, by his side every step of the way. Reigns will do whatever it takes to retain his belt and glory. 

On the other hand, The American Nightmare, Cody Rhodes believes that wrestling has more than one royal family. He has worked hard to defend and honor his father’s name, WWE Legend Dusty Rhodes. Although he had a chance to claim it all last year at Wrestlemania, he fell short. He then won the Royal Rumble to try again, but he relinquished his moment to The Rock, thinking that’s what the fans wanted. However, after the WWE Universe protested and expressed their desire for him to pursue finishing his story, he stepped back in. 

On night 2, The American Nightmare will compete under Bloodline rules, which means interference will play a significant role. WWE will use this to its advantage and may overbook the match with appearances from Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, Solo Sikoa, The Rock, Seth Rollins, Sami Zayn, Stone Cold, or John Cena. The possibilities are endless. 

WWE will keep it simple and safe by having Cody Rhodes capture the gold and continue as the company’s top babyface. Reigns will likely take some time off and return to take on The Rock sometime next year. Overall, this match promises to be an instant classic.


Best Entrance- Roman Reigns

Best Attire- Cody Rhodes

Best Moment- Bayley

Best Match- Drew McIntyre vs Seth Rollins