Although the WWE’s next Pay Per View, Fastlane, is just a few weeks away, the promotion discontinuing to gear up for Wrestlemania 32 and the rumors regarding potential matches are all over the place. In this exclusive Blasting News list, we break down five matches that would be perfect for the WWE’s annual “Showcase of the Immortals.”

Iron Man Match: AJ Styles vs. Chris Jericho: This feud has been a fun one in the ring thus far and with Styles still looking to build his WWE fanbase, a convincing win over a legend the likes of Jericho, at Wrestlemania, in a unique match format, will put him over and allow him to challenge for the Intercontinental Title and later the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

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It can also allow Styles to turn heel and give his Bullet Club friends the likes of Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows a perfect opportunity to get involved.

No DQ: Brock Lesnar vs. Bray Wyatt: This has been teased for a month, following the Wyatt’s decimation of “The Beast” at the Royal Rumble. In the no DQ format, Wyatt’s allies, Erick Rowan, Luke Harper and Braun Strowman will have an opportunity to play a role, while Lesnar will prove once again why he’s a one-man wrecking crew.

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With a variety of different ways the match can end, it can be a memorable encounter.

Submission Match: Divas Champion Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks vs. Paige: There’s plenty of  depth in the Divas Division right now, but a battle between these three favorites would make for an interesting encounter that eliminates Ric Flair’s influence over his daughter. While “The Nature Boy” can still have an effect on the match, it’s harder with an extra performer and the submission format.

Add in the fact that all three Divas have solid submission finishers and this could be a fantastic match.

The Undertaker vs. Kevin Owens: Taker has wrestled everyone from CM Punk Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Brock Lesnar and Bray Wyatt at Wrestlemania the past few years and with Sting’s in-career over, it makes sense that Owens, an indie superstar who has been fantastic as a heel in the WWE the past year, gets an opportunity against the legend.

Much like Owens’ win over John Cena in his main roster debut, a win over “The Deadman” could catapult Owens into WWE World Heavyweight Title contention. In what could be his final WM performance, Taker would help put over a guy that has the potential to be a mainstay in the company.

Hell in a Cell: Roman Reigns vs. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H: The Authority has proven time and time again that they will go to any lengths to secure a victory.

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The Hell in a Cell format will make for a tough as nails encounter that would prove Reigns can beat “The Cerebral Assassin” in a fair fight, or that HHH isn’t ready to give up the throne.

What do you think of these potential matches? Sound off in the comment section below and let us know.

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