It's a SUPER-SIZED episode of WrestleRant Radio ahead of WWE WrestleMania 33 this Sunday as Graham "GSM" Matthews and Tommy Sharp break down the entire card from start to finish and offer their candid predictions for each matchup! They start with the bouts taking place Kickoff show including Neville vs. Austin Aries for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, the fourth-annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal (and Tommy's bold prediction for who wins), and Alexa Bliss' chances of retaining her SmackDown Women's Championship in the Six-Pack Challenge.
From there, they shift their shifts to the main card and analyze why Dean Ambrose doesn't care about the Intercontinental Championship, how being a prizefighter will lead to Kevin Owens beating Chris Jericho for the United States Championship, why Nia Jax will be one to watch in the Raw Women's Championship Fatal 4-Way elimination match, the very personal mixed tag team match pitting John Cena and Nikki Bella against The Miz and Maryse, and if The Club will be in their element in a Ladder match defending their Raw Tag Team Championship against Enzo Amore and Big Cass and Cesaro and Sheamus.
Finally, GSM and Tommy give their hot takes on AJ Styles' battle with Shane McMahon, whether Roman Reigns will be successful in retiring The Undertaker, the Seth Rollins vs. Triple H Non-sanctioned match, what it will take for Bray Wyatt to beat Randy Orton and maintain his WWE Championship, and how long the Universal Championship match will last between Brock Lesnar and Goldberg.
Only 10 days out from WrestleMania 33, Graham "GSM" Matthews and Tommy Sharp reunite on WrestleRant Radio to offer an early preview of the pay-per-view! They're looking at each matchup on the card based off recent developments, including the women's championship matches on both Raw and SmackDown Live. What are Bayley and Alexa Bliss' chances of emerging victorious with their titles intact? Will The Club be a similar disadvantage when they defend their Raw Tag Team Championship against Enzo Amore and Big Cass as well as Cesaro and Sheamus?
From there, the duo discuss a variety of other WrestleMania-related topics including Roman Reigns' rivalry with The Undertaker and whether Reigns will really retire The Deadman, Shane McMahon not being on AJ Styles' level, where Braun Strowman fits into WrestleMania, Seth Rollins and Triple H waging war in an Unsanctioned match, the Intercontinental and United States Championship matches, the possibility of John Cena proposing to Nikki Bella after their match with The Miz and Maryse, the latest on the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, and much more!
It's a TRIPLE THREAT edition of WrestleRant Radio with not one, not two, but three great guests joining Graham "GSM" Matthews this week! First, GSM talks to the all-new Ring of Honor World Champion Christopher Daniels mere hours ahead of the 15th Anniversary Show to talk about his illustrious career, what winning the world title means to him, his favorite moments in ROH, his new line of comic books, his (apparent) split from Frankie Kazarian, his creativity as a character, AJ Styles' success in WWE, and who his dream opponent would be.
From there, GSM interviews ROH COO Joe Koff about the 15th Anniversary Show, bringing in The Broken Hardyz, those who have remained loyal to the company, potential breakout stars, possibly doing talent exchanges with other organizations, free agents joining ROH, how the company has evolved and what their goals are to continuing growing going forward.
To top it all off, GSM shoots the WWE breeze with Ring Rust Radio host Donald Wood to talk about RRR's upcoming event over WrestleMania weekend, NXT TakeOver: Orlando and where Kassius Ohno will fit into the card, Neville and Austin Aries stealing the show, the feud between AJ Styles and Shane McMahon, what happens to the Universal Championship beyond Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg, the odds of Roman Reigns turning heel, the brilliant storytelling with Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt, fantasy booking John Cena and Nikki Bella vs. The Miz and Maryse, and much more!
It's one of the most heated hours in WrestleRant Radio history as Graham "GSM" Matthews and Tommy Sharp give their scathing thoughts on the events of the past week in WWE. From Fastlane on Sunday night to Raw and SmackDown Live, they're discussing it all! They start off by talking about why Braun Strowman is a loser, The Undertaker's return to Raw and chances of beating Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33, Goldberg becoming the new Universal Champion, the ruthless rivalry between Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho, what should be the main event at WrestleMania, Randy Orton and AJ Styles colliding for the firs time ever, and the state of Raw's women's division.
From there, they analyze how storytelling has (or has not) played a factor in the road to WrestleMania 33, Alexa Bliss being forced to defend her title against the entire women's division on SmackDown, the latest in the Dean Ambrose vs. Baron Corbin feud, who was announced for the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, filler at Fastlane, Triple H addressing Seth Rollins' status for WrestleMania, Samoa Joe and Chris Jericho squaring off on Monday night, why The Miz was absolutely accurate in his rant on John Cena on Talking Smack, and much more!
WWE Fastlane has plenty of potential to be an exciting event on Sunday night, and Graham "GSM" Matthews and Tommy Sharp are previewing the entire pay-per-view on the latest WrestleRant Radio! They start off the hour by looking at the two Cruiserweight tag team matches and respect has been a common theme in both bouts, The Club defending their Raw Tag Team Championship against Enzo Amore and Big Cass, anarchy in the women's division, Sami Zayn and Samoa Joe's heated battle, Roman Reigns facing off with Braun Strowman, and the WWE Universal Championship clash between Kevin Owens and Goldberg.
In the remainder of the show, GSM and Tommy offer a full review of Tuesday's edition of SmackDown Live with their thoughts on the controversy surrounding the new No. 1 Contender to the WWE Championship, Randy Orton burning down the Wyatt Family Compound and why the timing was weird, the culmination of the Dolph Ziggler and Luke Harper rivalry, tensions rising on Miz TV, and much more!