WrestleMania 36 lineup: The updated list of advertised matches for the two-night event, pay-per-view pricing, start times, show length

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

The following matches are advertised for WrestleMania 36, which will be broadcast today and Sunday and was taped in Orlando, Florida at the WWE Performance Center and various locations.

-Brock Lesnar vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship.

-Goldberg vs. Braun Strowman for the WWE Universal Championship.

-Becky Lynch vs. Shayna Baszler for the Raw Women’s Championship.

-Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair for the NXT Women’s Championship.

-The Street Profits vs. Angel Garza and Austin Theory for the Raw Tag Titles.

-The Miz and John Morrison vs. Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso vs. Big E and Kofi Kingston in a ladder match for the Smackdown Tag Titles.

-Sami Zayn vs. Daniel Bryan for the Intercontinental Title.

-Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Lacey Evans vs. Naomi vs. Tamina in a Fatal Five-Way elimination match for the Smackdown Women’s Championship.

-Asuka and Kairi Sane vs. Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross for the WWE Women’s Tag Titles.

-John Cena vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt in a Firefly Funhouse match.

-Edge vs. Randy Orton in a Last Man Standing match.

-Undertaker vs. AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match.

-Seth Rollins vs. Kevin Owens.

-Aleister Black vs. Bobby Lashley.

-King Corbin vs. Elias.

-Otis vs. Dolph Ziggler.

-Liv Morgan vs. Natalya (Kickoff Show).

-Drew Gulak vs. Cesaro (Kickoff Show).

Powell’s POV: WWE has not bothered to announce a list of which matches will air today and which matches will air on Sunday. They snuck in a brief announcement on Smackdown that Strowman is challenging Goldberg. They made no mention of Roman Reigns, who was advertised as facing Goldberg, but dropped out of the show due to health reasons.

WrestleMania will stream on WWE Network and is available on pay-per-view. DirecTV and FITE TV are listing the price as $34.95 and $34.99 respectively for each night, and FITE is offering a two-night package for $59.99. That said, pricing varies depending on the cable or satellite provider. Both events will have one-hour Kickoff Shows that will start at 5CT/6ET and the main shows will start at 6CT/7ET. Tonight’s main card is listed for three hours on the WWE Network schedule page. Join me for live coverage of both nights. Dot Net Members will hear audio reviews hosted by Jake Barnett and I both nights.



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Readers Comments (4)

  1. Not that I will be getting it, but people can buy both nights seperately on ppv.

    Given they were false advertising yesterday and there are other matches advertised today featuring a few people who weren’t there supposedly… it’s a bit tacky.

    It was tapped weeks ago and they haven’t even said what matches, people who order the Saturday show are getting.

    If this was a sport or anything other than wrestling, it’d be a scandal.

    They should not get a pass for this.

    • Write This Way April 4, 2020 @ 1:26 pm

      It was taped last week, AFTER everything including last night’s Smackdown show.

      Vince is a POS, and this shouldn’t be happening, but you’re wrong on almost every point your’e trying to make.

  2. It’s false and misleading advertising and it’s ppv. Not 1 for 2, but both nights.

    A sport wouldn’t get away with it or any other entertainment show. The BT sport ad in the uk for example consists entirely atm of a Drew trainning montage for Brock with no other info.

    If someone pays £20 for Saturday and that match is Sunday, they should feel free to ask for a refund.

    If this was Boxing, it’d a major sports story.

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