Between this week'sWWE Raw andWWE SmackDown, a lot has happened to help shape things for Dallas and WrestleMania 32. While only three matches have been officially confirmed for April 3rd, there are several other matches in the works that many WWE fans are expecting (or hoping) that they will see at the AT&T Stadium for the biggest night of the year in professional Wrestling.

While there are five active titles on the WWE main roster, only one title match is officially booked.

There's a good indication of how things will turn out for the WWE Divas Championship, and some clues have been dropped for some of the other WWE titles.

What follows is a look at the matches that have been confirmed forWrestleMania 32 so far, as well as some of the matches that are purely speculation at this point.

Triple H vs. Roman Reigns

The main event is set as Triple H defends the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Roman Reigns, who earned the title shot by defeating Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose at WWE Fastlane.

The Undertaker vs. Shane McMahon

Arguably the biggest name inWrestleMania history, The Undertaker returns toWrestleMania for the 24th time. The surprise return of Shane McMahon would have been enough to get the Internet Wrestling Community buzzing.

But when it was announced he would be facing The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell Match, the internet practically broke. Many people believe this match will change beforeMania, with Shane bringing in someone like John Cena or Bill Goldberg to fight on his behalf.

Brock Lesnar vs. Dean Ambrose

The Street Fight between the Beast Incarnate and The Lunatic Fringe is likely to be the bloodiest match in Dallas. A win for Ambrose would be a sign of big things to come, but even a brutal loss could push Dean toward the top of the hill among WWE faces.

Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks/Becky Lynch

OnSmackDown, Charlotte interrupted the post-match shenanigans to let The Boss and the Lass Kicker know that they have a match onMonday Night Raw to determine who she will face for the WWE Divas Championship on April 3rd. It wouldn't be a big surprise if the match ends up being a Triple Threat Match.

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

This annual battle royal doesn't usually get a lot of attention until a few weeks before the big event, when most of the other matches are essentially set in stone.

Cesaro won the inaugural battle royal atWrestleMania 30, and Big Show won it last year. Neither of them received a push that mattered much afterwards. Maybe this will be another example of "third time's a charm."

WWE has to come up with a total of four hours of action forMania. In addition to the aforementioned bouts, there is a lot of speculation that the following could also appear:

  • Bray Wyatt vs. Ryback
  • The New Day vs. Y2AJ
  • The Dudley Boyz vs. The Usos
  • Kevin Owens defending the WWE Intercontinental Championship
  • Kalisto defending the WWE United States Championship

WWE WrestleMania 32 airs exclusively on the WWE Network on April 3rd.

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