WWE Day 1 pay-per-view full match card with predictions

The
company
intends
to
bring
the
very
best
for
their
fans
on
the
show
as
they’ll
present
the
biggest
main
event
possible
from
the
current
roster.
WWE
Universal
Champion
Roman
Reigns
will
defend
against
Brock
Lesnar
in
a
rematch
in
the
headliner
of
the
show.

Apart
from
this
one,
the
WWE
Title,
Raw
Women’s
Title,
and
both
Raw-Smackdown
Tag
Team
Titles
will
also
be
on
the
line.
Plus,
WWE
Hall
of
Famer
Edge
will
be
in
action
against
another
veteran
superstar
The
Miz,
in
one
of
the
major
attractions
of
the
night.

WWE
Day
1
streams
live
on
Peacock
in
the
United
States
and
WWE
Network
everywhere
else
at
8
PM
ET/4
PM
PT
from
the
State
Farm
Arena
in
Atlanta,
Georgia.
Check
out
the
match
card
of
the
pay-per-view
alongside
predictions.


Drew
McIntyre
vs.
Madcap
Moss

With
Roman
Reigns
ruling
the
roost
of
the
Smackdown
roster,
it’s
hard
for
WWE
to
position
another
protected
superstar
in
Drew
McIntyre.

Hence
after
moving
to
Friday
nights,
The
Scottish
Warrior
has
been
injected
into
a
filler
feud
against
the
two
clown
heels,
Happy
Corbin
and
Madcap
Moss.
Now
at
Day
1,
McIntyre
will
face
Moss
in
a
one-on-one
affair
in
what
marks
PPV
debut
for
the
latter
name.


Prediction:

Nothing
much
really
is
at
stake
in
this
match
which
doesn’t
even
have
a
PPV
implication
attached
to
it.
McIntyre
will
definitely
turn
Moss’
grin
upside
down
with
a
Claymore
Kick
to
which
WWE
can
plugin,
to
a
great
start
by
the
top
superstar
for
2022.


Raw
Tag
Team
Champions

RK-Bro
(Randy
Orton
and
Riddle)
vs.
The
Street
Profits
(Angelo
Dawkins
and
Montez
Ford)

The
Street
Profits
are
always
up
for
the
smoke
and
they
will
get
a
chance
to
prove
their
worth
against
the
reigning
Raw
tag
team
champions
at
Day
1.

Dawkins
and
Ford
earned
the
rights
to
challenge
Orton
and
Riddle
after
prevailing
over
Rey
and
Dominik
Mysterio
in
the
finals
of
the
prestigious
RK-Bro-nament,
this
past
Monday
night.

With
two
babyface
names
going
head-to-head
in
a
potential
solid
encounter,
the
question
is
whether
WWE
is
willing
to
take
the
titles
away
from
team
RK-Bro
who’s
been
the
face
of
the
tag
team
division
since
this
year’s
summer.


Prediction:

Considering
the
future,
it’s
high
time
that
The
Profits
should
pick
up
the
tag
team
titles
and
have
a
lengthy
run
with
it
to
solidify
their
strong
status.

But
given,
Team
RK-Bro’s
popularity
and
merch-moving
ability,
they
might
just
be
allowed
to
continue
with
the
run
especially
since
Wrestlemania
season
is
just
around
the
corner.


SmackDown
Tag
Team
Champions

The
Usos
(Jimmy
and
Jey
Uso)
vs.
The
New
Day
(Kofi
Kingston
and
King
Xavier
Woods)

Two
of
the
most
decorated
tag
teams
in
WWE
history
will
meet,
once
again
at
WWE
Day
1
with
the
blue
brand
tag
team
gold
being
on
the
line.

As
much
as
The
New
Day
taking
on
The
Usos
is
a
treat
for
the
WWE
Universe,
it’s
also
high
time
for
the
company
to
offer
something
fresh
for
the
fans.

The
Usos
are
in
the
midst
of
their
fifth
SmackDown
Tag
Team
Title
reign
which
may
have
been
the
most
dominant
with
their
Tribal
Chief
always
backing
them
up.
But
now
that
Paul
Heyman
has
been
disbanded
from
the
group,
it
may
be
a
suitable
situation
for
them
to
drop
the
belt
to
another
top
team.


Prediction:

The
Bloodline
has
had
a
solid
grip
on
the
Tag
Team
Titles
since
this
past
summer
and
if
anyone
from
the
present
roster
can
take
away
the
belts,
it’s
The
New
Day.
An
eighth
run
with
the
tag
title
is
also
deserving
for
Xavier
Woods
who
won
the
2021
edition
of
the
King
of
the
Ring
tournament.


WWE
Hall
of
Famer
Edge
vs.
The
Miz

Except
for
The
Miz
and
Maryse,
Edge’s
return
to
Raw
was
a
welcome
sight
for
the
entire
WWE
Universe.
Fresh
off
his
appearance
on
“Dancing
with
the
Stars,”
The
A-Lister
and
his
Mrs.
weren’t
happy
about
not
getting
the
promotion
like
the
Rated-R
Superstar.

So,
they
decided
to
pick
a
bone
with
the
eleven-time
world
champion
and
also
upstaged
him
for
a
couple
of
weeks.
In
return,
their
wedding
ceremony
was
drenched
with
an
infamous
brood
bath.


Prediction:

Edge’s
insertion
on
Raw
during
Draft
was
meant
to
come
up
with
some
fresh
feuds
and
it
begins
with
the
program
against
The
Miz.
The
two-most
decorated
Superstars
in
WWE
history
are
likely
to
deliver
a
classic
with
Edge
being
the
expected
winner.
We
also
expect
a
sudden
return
from
Hall
of
Famer
Beth
Phoenix
(Edge’s
wife)
to
prohibit
ringside
shenanigans
by
Maryse.


Raw
Women’s
Champion
Becky
Lynch
vs.
Liv
Morgan

Becky
Lynch
has
always
remained
one
step
ahead
of
her
competitors
since
returning
at
SummerSlam.
After
shaking
things
up
on
Smackdown,
she’s
currently
leading
the
Raw
female
roster
with
the
title
but
Liv
Morgan
obviously
has
problems
with
her
leadership.

This
led
to
this
entertaining
rivalry
on
the
red
brand
for
the
past
few
weeks.
Lynch
had
already
cheated
on
her
way
to
retain
and
she
might
just
continue
to
do
so
at
WWE
Day
1.


Prediction:

Morgan
has
proved
that
she’s
unwilling
to
back
down
from
her
dreams
of
capturing
a
title
in
the
WWE
but
she
is
yet
to
master
the
battle
against
Becky,
a
woman
who
is
hell-bent
on
maintaining
her
spot
on
top
of
the
WWE
mountain.
That
being
said,
Big
Time
Becks
is
still
the
favorite
to
retain
and
continue
with
her
title
reign.


WWE
Champion

Big
E
vs.
Seth
Rollins
vs.
Kevin
Owens
vs.
Bobby
Lashley
(Fatal
4-Way
Match)

Following
two
consecutive
changes
in
the
lineup,
Big
E
will
finally
defend
his
WWE
Championship
against
Seth
Rollins,
Kevin
Owens
ad
Bobby
Lashley
in
a
Fatal-4-Way
match.

Needless
to
say,
that
this
appears
to
be
the
most
difficult
title
defense
for
the
reigning
champion
after
winning
the
belt
back
in
September.
Capitalizing
on
a
No-DQ
environment,
these
four
veterans
are
slated
to
deliver
the
show-stealer
for
the
WWE
Day
1
night.


Prediction:

With
odds
highly
stacked
against
him,
Big
E
gets
the
opportunity
to
prove
himself
a
strong
champion
via
successful
title
defense.
The
Fatal-4-Way
capacity
will
also
ensure
that
Seth
Rollins
(the
original
challenger
for
the
WWE
title)
remains
unpinned
and
henceforth,
the
E
vs.
Rollins
feud
continues
in
early
2022.


Universal
Champion
Roman
Reigns
vs.
Brock
Lesnar

The
highly
anticipated
rematch
for
the
Universal
Title
comes
early
at
WWE
Day
1
instead
of
Royal
Rumble
as
Roman
Reigns
defends
against
his
bitter
rival,
Brock
Lesnar.

After
getting
scr**ed
by
Paul
Heyman
and
The
Usos
during
their
epic
showdown
in
Saudi
Arabia,
The
Beast
was
looking
forward
to
this
rematch.
Plus,
with
Heyman
getting
fired
by
Reigns,
it
appears
that
Lesnar
has
the
best
opportunity
to
dethrone
the
Head
of
the
Table
from
his
lengthy
title
reign.


Prediction:

However,
reports
suggest
that
Lesnar
vs.
Reigns
is
slated
to
be
the
headliner
of
Wrestlemania
37
with
the
latter
entering
the
AT&T
Stadium
in
April
as
still
the
champion.
Hence,
Heyman’s
firing
on
Smackdown
could
just
appear
to
be
a
ruse
costing
Lesnar
his
title
match,
yet
again.

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