The biggest pay-per-view for WWE is taking shape with just over a month until it arrives. Fans are anticipating "Wrestlemania 33" and all of the big matches, championship winners, losers, and potential surprises. There's been plenty of buzz leading up to the "Royal Rumble" and since its conclusion, and now the "Raw" and "SmackDown" shows will continue to develop the storylines for "Mania." Here's a look at what matches are already scheduled and what will probably be placed on the card in the coming weeks.

Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar

The two ring titans are set to clash in their third match.

Goldberg has got the best of "The Beast" in all of their meetings, including their appearance at January's "Royal Rumble." In their last two confrontations, Goldberg got the upper hand and took care of Lesnar in quick fashion. It's rumored the two will be not only fighting in their final battle but that it will be for the WWE Universal Championship. That means a championship win for Goldberg is probably on the way at "Fastlane" PPV.

Someone vs. Bray Wyatt?

At the 2017 "Royal Rumble" match, "The Viper" Randy Orton was the big winner. With the victory, the winner usually gets to choose to compete for the major championship of their choice, or in this case, their brand. Weeks after Orton's epic win, another epic win took place.

Bray Wyatt managed to pin John Cena and then later, AJ Styles inside the Elimination Chamber. That gave Wyatt the World Heavyweight title for his first reign.

Since Orton considers himself a "servant" for his "master" Bray, he indicated he won't challenge him for the belt at "Mania." To fix the problem of Bray's lack of an opponent "SmackDown Live" will feature a special battle royal to determine a new No.

1 contender. Expect Bray's former family member, Luke Harper to get the win and the Orton to enter the "WrestleMania" match, making it a Triple Threat for the title.

The other championships

Rumors are suggesting that former best friends Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens will also step into the ring to face one another at "WrestleMania 33." The other speculation is that the fight will be for Jericho's U.S.

Championship and that Owens will probably win it. That sends Jericho to go tour with his rock band, and give Owens another decent push without the bigger title.

Dean Ambrose is currently holding the Intercontinental title over on "SmackDown Live," and it seems the smart money is on Baron Corbin to contend for it at "Mania." However, WWE has also used ladder matches at "Mania" for titles.

Sasha Banks, Charlotte, and Bayley have all been WWE Raw Women's Champions over the past months. Some wrestling sites are mentioning a possible Fatal Fourway match for the title at "WrestleMania 33" which would also involve Nia Jax.

Naomi won the "SmackDown" brand's title off Alexa Bliss at "Elimination Chamber." There haven't been too many rumors about what might go down as far as this title.

Naomi is from the Orlando, Florida area so having her with the title makes sense for "WrestleMania" season.

As for the tag team championships, those are anyone's guesses. WWE loves to set up multi-team matches lately, such as a gauntlet or tornado style battle to showcase more than just two of their roster's teams. It wouldn't be surprising if either brand used this format, possibly one taking place on a pre-show.

A few other matches

Other match speculation includes the Andre battle royal, AJ Styles vs. Shane McMahon and Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman. A John Cena and Nikki Bella vs. The Miz and Maryse tag team match has been brewing behind the scenes. There was a slight set-up for it during the "Elimination Chamber" PPV during a backstage altercation where Natalya and Nikki fought.

With Maryse nearby, Nikki knocked into her fellow "Total Divas" star and spilled powder all over her. Rumors suggest that Nikki retires after "WrestleMania" and Cena proposes to her during the event.

WWE fans, which other matches do you want to see at "WrestleMania 33" in April?