WWE announces matches for WrestleMania 35 Axxess including NXT vs. NXT Alumni, Women Collide, NXT UK tapings, battle royals, and cruiserweights

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE has announced the following events and matches for WrestleMania Axxess, which will be held April 4-8 in Brooklyn, New York at Brooklyn Pier 12.

WWE is advertising the following matches for Thursday, April 4 at WWE Axxess featuring the NXT vs. NXT Alumni theme: Roderick Strong vs. Tyler Breeze, Dominik Dijkaovic vs. Harper, Sanity vs. Undisputed Era, and Kassius Ohno vs. Aiden English.

-WWE is advertising the following matches for the Friday, April 5 Cruiserweights Collide sessions: Tyler Bate vs. Brian Kendrick, Akira Tozawa vs. Jordan Devlin, Flash Morgan Webster and Mark Andrews vs. Ariya Daivari and Mike Kanellis, and Albert Hardie Jr. vs. Gran Metalik vs. Ligero.

-WWE is advertising the NXT UK TV tapings for three sessions on Saturday, April 6. No matches are advertised.

-WWE Brands Battle will be held on Sunday, April 7 from 8am to noon with 20-man and 20-woman battle royals.

-Women Collide will be held on Monday, April 8 from Noon to 4pm featuring the following matches: Io Shirai vs. Sonya Deville, Toni Storm vs. Nikki Cross vs. Bianca Belair, Piper Niven vs. Zelina Vega, Candice and LeRae vs. Kay Lee Ray.

Powell’s POV: WWE has noted that additional matches will be added to each session. For more details on sessions, visit WWE.com. If you attend any of these events, you are encouraged to send a report to dotnetjason@gmail.com

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