dimanche 29 mars 2015

Jeff Jarrett Predicts Dolph Ziggler, John Cena, Undertaker, Sting, Roman Reigns Wins At WrestleMania 31


WrestleMania 31 is upon us and everyone has their opinions about what will go down at WWE’s biggest event.

Global Force Wrestling’s Jeff Jarrett recently spoke with Steven Godfrey of SB Nation to give his thoughts on WWE’s WrestleMania 31. The full article can be found at this link. Jarrett predicted Big Show to win the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal and The Usos to capture the WWE Tag Team Titles on the Kickoff Pre-show. Jarrett didn’t predict a winner for The Bella Twins vs. AJ Lee but said it could be the sleeper match of the show. He also commented on other WrestleMania 31 matches:

Intercontinental Title Ladder Match:

“This is one I’m really looking forward to. I think this event has the best chance to become the show-stealer. I like Dolph Ziggler here, he’ll have the opportunity to shine through with those seven guys. There’s plenty of ammunition and plenty of targets. I think Dolph is ready to rise to the occasion; he’s got a chance here to take that next step. Bryan has to be the obvious favorite, if not the fan favorite. But I like this event because each of these seven guys are distinct enough in ability and persona. That diversity in ingredients is what could make this match really special.”

John Cena vs. WWE United States Champion Rusev:

“John not having to carry the company on his back through WrestleMania season means he can focus only on this. He gets to leave nothing on the table and exceed expectations. Rusev should bring a couple oxygen tanks to ringside because he’ll be absolutely gassed at the end of this. He’s not on Cena’s level in big money matches, at least not yet.”

Bray Wyatt vs. The Undertaker:

“For years you could never bet against ‘Taker at ‘Mania, and that went for not only wins and losses, but also match quality. I think this year’s no different. I would’ve bet you and lost last year [vs. Brock Lesnar] but I’d put the farm on Undertaker this year. He’s always exceeded what’s expected of him and Sunday will be no different.”

Sting vs. Triple H:

“From an emotional standpoint I’m invested in this match more than any other, having such a long history with Sting. I’ve watched his career from the Clash of Champions to the Starrcades to big matches in TNA, but at this stage of his career … For Sting to arrive at the biggest match of his career north of 50 years old is a testament to the man they call ‘Sting.’ I’m excited he’s got this opportunity and I wish him nothing but the best. But: If you’ve ever watched one of Triple H’s WrestleMania matches, Sting has to realize he’s not walking into a traditional wrestling match. He’ll feel the effects of this weeks, if not months to come.”

Roman Reigns vs. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar:

“With the ESPN announcement and Dana White’s comments I believe the proverbial gas has been poured on the fire. There’s a lot of moving parts here: Roman Reigns is very fresh to this dance as a singles wrestler. I would say that he’s got the deck stacked against him in numerous ways. We’ll talk more about that on Sunday, but I’ve also got a funny feeling that Roman comes out of this match as the winner in more ways than a ‘1, 2, 3.’”

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Jeff Jarrett Predicts Dolph Ziggler, John Cena, Undertaker, Sting, Roman Reigns Wins At WrestleMania 31

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