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WWE WrestleMania 33 Video Highlights; kickoff show live stream

Follow all the WWE WrestleMania 2017 Video highlights here.
Updated: 03 April 2017 09:35 IST - Published: 03 April 2017 06:50 IST
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WWE WrestleMania 33 Pre-show live stream:
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WWE Champion Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton

At WrestleMania 33, WWE Champion Bray Wyatt will collide with his former “blood brother” and Wyatt Family follower Randy Orton with the title on the line. 
 
Wyatt and Orton first waged war in fall 2016, playing mind games and exchanging fisticuffs in equal measure. However, after weeks of conflict, The Viper shockingly pledged his allegiance to The Eater of Worlds shortly following No Mercy 2016. 
 
The two formed an unholy bond and achieved great success as a new-look Wyatt Family, with Orton winning the 2017 Royal Rumble Match and Wyatt claiming the ultimate prize, the WWE Championship, at Elimination Chamber. 
 
The Apex Predator then declared that he would not face The Reaper of Souls for the title at WrestleMania as long as Wyatt was the master and he was the servant. However, that statement proved to simply be part of a larger plan, as The New Face of Fear would soon find out. 
 
After Wyatt granted him the keys to the kingdom, Orton burned the infamous Wyatt Family Compound, and the soul of Sister Abigail, to the ground. This unbelievable act absolutely terrorized Wyatt, and when the brazen Orton defeated AJ Styles to reclaim his place as No. 1 Contender the following week, it became clear that Orton’s master plan was taking shape. 
 
Will The Eater of World’s furious rage be too much for Orton to handle? Or, will The Viper’s attempt at retribution become all the sweeter by defeating Wyatt for his most prized possession at The Ultimate Thrill Ride?

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Universal Champion Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar :

As if the long-awaited mega rematch between Goldberg and Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 33 wasn’t already big enough, the stakes have been heightened following Goldberg’s triumph at WWE Fastlane.

Now, The Beast Incarnate is out for not only redemption tonight, but also Goldberg’s newly won Universal Championship.

Despite his world-beater bona fides, The Conqueror has never defeated his decorated opponent. Indeed, Goldberg has had Lesnar’s number since the first time they locked horns, at WrestleMania XX. After more than a decade away from WWE, Goldberg returned last fall and destroyed Lesnar in shocking fashion at Survivor Series, thrashing The Conqueror in one minute and 26 seconds.

Lesnar’s advocate, Paul Heyman, chalked up the loss to The Beast taking Goldberg too lightly and nothing more. Yet at Royal Rumble, Goldberg enjoyed the upper hand again, eliminating Lesnar from the event’s eponymous 30-Superstar brawl.

No one else has thrived against Lesnar the way Goldberg has. Lesnar, a four-time WWE Champion, has carved out a career of destruction. Among his many accomplishments since returning to WWE in 2012, Lesnar ended The Undertaker’s once unbreakable WrestleMania Streak, demolished John Cena and bludgeoned Randy Orton to the point of referee stoppage.

Goldberg, however, has proven to be an unbeatable foe, so far.

Will Lesnar’s luck change when he battles Goldberg for Raw’s top championship, at WWE’s biggest event of the year, no less? Or can Goldberg further cement his incredible legacy, putting an exclamation point on his career with another victory against The Beast?

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Seth Rollins vs. Triple H (Non-Sanctioned Match):

The student vs. the teacher. The Man vs. The Game. The creation vs. the creator. And not a rule in sight. Seth Rollins will finally battle Triple H at WrestleMania 33 in a Non-Sanctioned Match, streaming live tonight, on the award-winning WWE Network.

This particular Road to WrestleMania has been a long and winding one that began in 2014 when The Game poached Rollins from The Shield, fracturing the legendary faction and installing The Architect as the crown jewel of Triple H’s Authority. Under The King of Kings’ tutelage (and with a lot of his help), Rollins became Mr. Money in the Bank and parlayed the contract into a historic cash-in at WrestleMania 31, leading to a WWE Title run that placed him firmly in the upper echelon of sports-entertainment and even went so far as to net him the Superstar of the Year Slammy Award in 2015.

Of course, Rollins infamously blew out his knee and was forced to vacate the title, only returning after the dissolution of The Authority. The Game was less than pleased with how his now-solo former protégé failed to follow up on his earlier successes — Rollins won and lost the WWE Title in a span of two minutes, and fell short of the Universal Championship — so he cast Rollins aside, opting to write him off as a sunk cost and back the likes of Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe instead.

Only Rollins wasn’t so content to stay sunken. The Architect made it his personal mission to ruin what Triple H was now trying to create, targeting Owens repeatedly and trying to coax Triple H out of the shadows by taunting his wife, Stephanie McMahon, now the Commissioner of Raw. When Triple H did re-emerge, it was only to sic Samoa Joe on Rollins, re-injuring his knee and rendering him less than 100 percent.

Sensing he had Rollins right where he wanted him, The Game only agreed to battle his former student if the bout was a Non-Sanctioned Match and Rollins signed a Hold Harmless Agreement preventing him from taking legal action if, and when, Triple H injured him further. Rollins revealed that he wanted to defeat Triple H to reclaim the identity he forged before he ever sided with The King of Kings.

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The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns 

Only one Superstar can run the yard in WWE, and at The Ultimate Thrill Ride, WrestleMania 33, the world will find out whether that distinction belongs to The Undertaker or Roman Reigns.

The showdown between The Phenom and The Big Dog, now confirmed for tomorrow, brings into conflict the most dominant force in WrestleMania history and arguably the most powerful competitor in recent memory.

The Undertaker has been WWE’s unofficial gatekeeper, enforcer and overseer for more than a quarter-century, regardless of his championship status at any given time. 

However, after Reigns ousted The Deadman from January’s Royal Rumble Match and then told the imposing legend that WWE is now his yard on the March 6 edition of Raw, it became clear that The Undertaker took issue with Reigns’ emboldened outlook. The evidence came in the form of a ring-shaking chokeslam that nearly put The Big Dog through the canvas.

Reigns has achieved a stunning number of accolades in WWE at a breakneck pace, but defeating The Undertaker at The Show of Shows would launch him into WrestleMania infamy and solidify his status as “The Guy.” Over the course of his 24 WrestleMania appearances, The Deadman has lost only once, against Brock Lesnar in 2014, and as the WWE Universe knows all too well, The Undertaker takes on an almost supernatural power when competing at The Showcase of the Immortals.
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Shane McMahon vs. AJ Styles

AJ Styles got what he wanted — a big-time match at The Ultimate Thrill Ride, WrestleMania 33. But after resorting to extreme tactics, he may be in for a fight he’s not expecting.
 
Over the course of a wild week, The Phenomenal One went from having no WrestleMania match, to having no job, to having a WrestleMania match against the man in charge of SmackDown LIVE, Shane McMahon.

Fueled by his belief that management was working against him, Styles ambushed the Commissioner of Team Blue in a parking garage on the March 14 edition of SmackDown LIVE, viciously slamming his head through a car window. SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan fired Styles, but that didn’t deter McMahon from limping his way into the arena to demand a showdown with his assailant. 
 
Whether Styles’ claims of upper management not supporting him are true (for the record, Bryan says McMahon was a consistent advocate of Styles as The Road to WrestleMania was being paved), The Phenomenal One is intent on taking out his anger. To hear the newly reinstated Styles explain it, unleashing a WrestleMania beatdown on the Commissioner is something he is very much looking forward to. 
 
McMahon, however, is not one to be underestimated. Though not an in-ring competitor by trade, Shane-O-Mac is notoriously courageous any time he steps through the ropes. Factor in his now-undisguised contempt for Styles, and The Prodigal Son is ready to go all out at WrestleMania. That was obvious on the March 21 edition of SmackDown Live when McMahon flew through the air and elbow dropped Styles through the announce desk.
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Raw Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax (Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match)

Bayley's run as Raw Women’s Champion has been a dream come true, but she’ll have to deny her best friend, her most ardent foe and an unstoppable force at WrestleMania to prevent a rude awakening. 
 
The beloved Raw Women’s Champion will defend her title against Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, and Nia Jax in a Fatal 4-Way Match at WrestleMania 33 that began to take shape as far back as December. That’s when Charlotte wrestled the title from Banks in a grueling WWE Iron Man Match, sending The Boss into a minor tailspin while Bayley rose up as The Queen’s most prominent foe in the process. 
 
Even though Charlotte fended Bayley off at the Royal Rumble, a recovered Banks provided her friend with a decisive assist on Raw to dethrone The Queen — and then another at WWE Fastlane, snapping Charlotte’s pay-per-view streak and all but assuring Bayley will walk into her first Showcase of the Immortals as Raw Women’s Champion. 
 
Thanks to Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon coming down on Charlotte’s side that Sasha’s interference cost Flair the Fastlane match, The Queen was able to wheel and deal her way to the big dance. Banks joined the field at the end of an impromptu friendly against Bayley that booked her passage to Orlando, and Jax followed suit two weeks later by defeating Bayley in a non-title contest to earn her place in the match. The next week, a pre-Raw announcement complicated things further, transforming the bout into a Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match and rendering Bayley's grip on her title in more danger than ever.
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