As of right now, Triple H is scheduled to defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania 31 in April. That could all change, however, depending on what happens Saturday night in Toronto, as WWE presents Roadblock.
This will be the final live WWE special before the biggest show of the year -- and perhaps the biggest pro wrestling event of all time -- WrestleMania, which will take place in front of between 80,000 and 100,000 people in AT&T Stadium in Arlington on April 3.
Roadblock -- which was originally to be called "March to WrestleMania" -- only has four announced matches, but the main event has a whole lot of wrestling fans hoping for a shake-up to the scheduled WrestleMania main event.
That's just one of the reasons you should care about Roadblock. Let's run down all of them, shall we?
The show will begin at 8 p.m. ET Saturday night, only on the WWE Network.
Note: There may be additional matches added to the card, but the following are the matches WWE has promised we will see.
NXT Tag Team Championship Match: The Revival (c) vs. Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady
What am I looking at here? The Revival consist of villains Dash and Dawson. They're old-school bruisers, complete with matching satin jackets. They ascribe to a school of wrestling that isn't flashy, but it's effective -- or as they put it, "No flips, just fists." They've done everything they can to hold onto their tag titles, including assaulting their Roadblock opponents in parking lots.
Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady have a Chester and Spike relationship. They also happen to be the realest guys in the room. Enzo's status as a G is certifiable and his bona fides as a stud are beyond reproach. Meanwhile, Big Cass stands a full seven feet tall. Neither of these gentlemen's attributes can be taught.
Why you should care: This is the first time that the NXT Tag Team Championship will be defended on a live WWE special. It's also likely to be a lot of people's first exposure to Enzo and Big Cass, arguably the most beloved act in NXT history. The two men will likely be heading to the main roster shortly after WrestleMania, so you'd better get acquainted with them now.
Of course, there's also a chance that Enzo and Cass will win the titles, which they've somehow never been able to capture before. If that's the case, they'll enter WrestleMania weekend's NXT TakeOver: Dallas as the conquering heroes ... perhaps for one final hurrah. It could get emotional, people.
WWE Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (c) vs. League of Nations (Sheamus & King Barrett)
What am I looking at here? The New Day have held the tag team titles since August of last year and show no signs of slowing down as we barrel along toward WrestleMania. By contrast, the League of Nations' tag team win on Thursday's SmackDown has been just one of a handful of victories since the group formed in January. Both teams will have an extra man (at least) at ringside, so the playing field is more level than the New Day are accustomed to.
Why you should care: The New Day are one of the most entertaining things about the WWE right now and they're coming off their best match ever this past Monday, when they had a classic match against Chris Jericho and A.J. Styles. They're also on the cusp of becoming full-time good guys.
In all honesty, it wouldn't be the most shocking thing in the world for the New Day to lose the tag titles here, just so they can have a WrestleMania moment when they win them back next month. Don't bank on that, though. Just hope for an entertaining match. These two teams are more than capable of providing that.
Brock Lesnar vs. Bray Wyatt
What am I looking at here? Bray Wyatt is a spooky Bayou preacher whose hillbilly cult has been significantly weakened as of late. Still, Bray will have three very strong and large men lurking around the ring, ready to interfere on his behalf. That's pretty much what you need when your opponent is Brock Lesnar, the human meat.
Why you should care: The original plan (if Royal Rumble was any indication) was to have these two men meet up at WrestleMania. Now Brock is scheduled to take on Dean Ambrose in a no-holds-barred match (if nothing drastic happens at Roadblock). This might end up being a good thing for we fans, however, as now we get TWO pay-per-view-level matches from Brock Lesnar in as many months.
It's a Lesnarsmas Day miracle!
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match: Triple H (c) vs. Dean Ambrose
What am I looking at here? Triple H managed to stack the deck and win the world title at the Royal Rumble in January -- his first championship in about seven years. He's looking forward to beating Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania, but first he's hoping to delight in beating the stuffing out of Reigns' best friend, Dean Ambrose.
Dean Ambrose, likewise, is embroiled in a feud with Brock Lesnar, but boy he sure wants that world title for himself. The WWE Universe has gotten more and more solidly in Ambrose's corner with each passing week and he's reaching Daniel Bryan levels of folk heroism.
Why you should care: Dean Ambrose is one of the most easy-to-root for WWE good guys since ... well, since Daniel Bryan. Everyone is dying to see him win the title. This is his first world title match this year and he's never held the belt before, so you know he's going to go all-out. Triple H, as is his modus operandi, will also be hoping to steal the show.
Just know that almost every wrestling fan is hoping, praying, begging for Ambrose to win on Saturday. If the likely happens and Triple H retains, the resulting crowd reaction should be worth the price of your WWE Network subscription for the month. That is, if your heart isn't too broken by the result to fully enjoy the crowd revolting.
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