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Four More WrestleMania Matches Reportedly Revealed

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A further four matches have seemingly been revealed for the impending WrestleMania 38 weekender, taking the total to thirteen confirmed bouts.

WWE’s thirty-eighth WrestleMania event takes place on 2 and 3 April from Arlington, Texas’ AT&T Stadium, with nine matches thus far confirmed. The respective main events are a SmackDown Women’s Championship defence by Charlotte Flair against Ronda Rousey and a unification match for the WWE and Universal Championships between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns.

Writing in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer has reported a further four matches that look set to be added to the April weekender. Perhaps most notable of those is Finn Balor defending the United States Championship against Damian Priest, with ‘The Prince’ having dethroned Priest on the 28 February broadcast of Raw.

Both the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships are due to be defended, too. RK-Bro, now in their second run as the red brand’s champions, are expected to defend against The Street Profits, while SmackDown’s champions The Usos are believed to be facing Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Boogs at the event.

Finally, a change is expected to the scheduled three-way Women’s Tag Team Championships match. Currently, the match pits both Sasha Banks and Naomi, and Rhea Ripley and Liv Morgan challenging Carmella and Queen Zelina for the titles, but Natalya and a mystery partner are reportedly due to be added to the match.

WrestleMania 38 will be the fourth ‘Mania to be held in the state of Texas. Thus far, there are four matches scheduled for night one of the event, and five on night two. On the first night, Bianca Belair challenges Becky Lynch for the Raw Women’s Championship, Drew McIntyre facing Happy Corbin, and The Mysterios going up against The Miz and Logan Paul, as well as the aforementioned Flair vs. Rousey bout.

The second night will see the previously noted Lesnar vs. Reigns, and Women’s Tag Team Championships clashes, alongside Edge battling AJ Styles, Austin Theory going against SmackDown commentator Pat McAfee, and Sami Zayn going one-on-one with Jackass’ Johnny Knoxville.

You can find out the full card for WWE WrestleMania 38 and how you can watch it here.