At the time of writing this piece, the Saturday portion of WrestleMania will kick off in just six hours time. Despite this being the biggest show of the year, the circumstances are obviously very different, making this the most unique PPV in history.
Well, with the show taking place in a matter of hours, the only logical thing to do is announce two more matches for the PPV. WWE has done just this, this afternoon.
JUST ANNOUNCED: @YaOnlyLivvOnce vs. @NatbyNature AND @DrewGulak vs. @WWECesaro have been added to the special two-day #WrestleMania #Kickoff, airing tonight and tomorrow at 6 ET/3 PT! https://t.co/fhWs6Rz3xr pic.twitter.com/PdL2mc2L3C
— WWE (@WWE) April 4, 2020
Taking to Twitter, WWE has announced more two matches for the WrestleMania card, one of which I am very excited for. The matches will take place on the kickoff shows.
Drew Gulak has formed a partnership with Daniel Bryan in the feud with Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura and Cesaro on SmackDown. With Bryan and Zayn doing battle on the main show, Gulak and Cesaro will go one-on-one on the kickoff show. This could be very very good.
That is not all, as WWE has also announced that Natalya will go head-to-head with fellow Raw star Liv Morgan on the other kickoff show. Unlike the Cesaro and Gulak match, this bout has no build.
On the matter, WWE.com had the following to say:
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The Kickoffs will include two exclusive matches, one pitting Liv Morgan against Natalya and another showcasing Drew Gulak vs. Cesaro.
WWE has not confirmed which match will take place on which night. Make sure you stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for live coverage of the show.