It’s been noted how The Rock, Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels are expected or confirmed to have roles at WrestleMania 32 but as of a week ago, Mick Foley was also scheduled to be involved. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter adds that besides Shane McMahon, no other surprise wrestlers are scheduled for the show as all Legends appearing will be in cameo roles, interview roles or special referees.
We know that the top main events are Hell In a Cell with The Undertaker vs. Shane McMahon, Roman Reigns vs. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H and a No Holds Barred Street Fight with Dean Ambrose vs. Brock Lesnar. The Observer reports that another singles match with un-named top stars will be added to the card soon as they are expected to shoot an angle over the next two weeks.<
Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch vs. WWE Divas Champion Charlotte is scheduled as is The League of Nations vs. WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day in some form, likely a six-man match. The current New Day vs. Chris Jericho and AJ Styles program is not scheduled for Dallas. No word yet on what they have planned for WWE United States Champion Kalisto but he could defend against Alberto Del Rio again to end their feud. There’s also a multi-man match scheduled for Kevin Owens’ WWE Intercontinental Title. The idea is to load that match up with good wrestlers, similar to the Ladder Match at WrestleMania 31.
The Observer also reports that a second Divas match and the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal are scheduled. We noted earlier that there are also plans for Sami Zayn to wrestle.