Brent Porche

Brent Porche

Brent Porche

Here are my predictions for the Championship matches at Wrestlemania 39 in Hollywood, California this weekend. If you missed any of my Undercard match predictions for this weekend you can find them here.

  • United States Championship – Austin Theory (c) vs. John Cena

    The SIXTEEN TIME Champ in heeeere and back in WWE to show Mr. A-Town Down a little humility and plenty of ruthless aggression! There are a lot of similarities between Theory and John Cena when he made his WWE debut back in 2002 by slapping Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle in the face, and hard, on live television. Cena went on to become one of the greatest wrestlers and sports entertainers of all time. Some even put John on their Mount Rushmore of wrestlers. Cena is fulltime Hollywood now, so I don’t see Theory dropping the US Title no matter how big of an a** whooping Cena gives him.

    Winner: Austin Theory

  • Smackdown Women’s Championship – Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Rhea Ripley

    Rhea Ripley outlasted 29 other women to win the 2023 Women’s Royal Rumble Match earlier this year, and with that, she won herself a shot at the woman’s champion of her choosing from Raw or Smackdown. The following night on Monday Night Raw, Ripley challenged The Queen to a Smackdown title match at Wrestlemania. This should be a good match, and though I would love to see Ripley take the title from Flair on The Grandest Stage of Them All, Charlotte will find a way to win – she always does.

    Winner Charlotte Flair

  • RAW Women’s Championship – Bianca Belair (c) vs. Asuka

    Soon after Ripley declared she was challenging Flair to her Smackdown title, names started to come forward ready and willing to challenge the Raw Woman’s Champion, Bianca Belair, at Wrestlemania. This lead to an Elimination Chamber match to determine the No. 1 contender for Bianca’s title. Asuka ultimately outlasted Liv Morgan, Carmella, Raquel Rodriguez, Nikki Cross & Natalya to secure her moment at Mania. I would love to see Asuka win, but I have a feeling Belair continues her streak as Raw Woman’s Champion.

    Winner: Bianca Belair

  • Intercontinental Championship – Gunther (c) vs. Sheamus vs. Drew McIntyre

    Three huge dudes are going to collide for the IC Title with Gunther’s current reign in serious jeopardy. Sheamus & McIntyre have been more friends than foes for close to 2 decades now, and at the moment, they both have one focus, winning the Intercontinental Championship. I have a feeling that Sheamy and Drew will do something stupid to cost themselves the title. There is always the Imperium factor on Gunther’s side and the rest of the Brawlin’ Brutes on Sheamus’ side, with Drew the lone man out.

    Winner: Drew McIntyre

  • Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship – The Usos (c) vs. Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens

    The Bloodline has been running roughshod over WWE for years now with the ‘Head of the Table’ Roman Reigns holding both the WWE & Universal Championships for close to 1000 days. His cousins, Jimmy & Jey Uso have been the undisputed WWE Tag Team champs for over 614 days as of this post, but not for long. I really believe the Bloodline’s days on top of the WWE are numbered with both the Usos & Roman Reigns titles being in jeopardy. The pop would be huge for a Sami/KO victory, and I am here for it.

    Winner: Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens

  • Undisputed WWE Universal Championship – Roman Reigns (c) vs. Cody Rhodes


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    Just like Cody’s entrance music says, “Wrestling has more than one royal family”, and though his father Dusty never made it to the main event at Wrestlemania, the son of a son of a plumber, Cody Rhodes, is set for the biggest match of his career against Roman Reigns. At close to 1000 days as Champ, Reigns faces one of his toughest challengers in Rhodes. There are some rumors floating around the Reigns will be away from the WWE for an extended period of time to fulfill film commitments, which leads me to believe that he will be dropping the title to Rhodes giving Cody and the Rhodes family their long-sought Wrestlemania moment.

    Winner: Cody Rhodes

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