The card for "Wrestlemania 30" is starting to come together after this week's television tapings. According to PWS on March 20, there are now seven matches for the "Wrestlemania 30" pay-per-view, and there should be a few more before all is said and done.
This week saw Triple H add a stipulation onto the match between him and Daniel Bryan where the winner will get into the WWE World Championship match. This means the originally scheduled match between champion Randy Orton and Royal Rumble winner Batista will now see a third man added depending on who wins the Triple H vs. Daniel Bryan match.
Already known was that The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar would battle with Undertaker's streak on the line and John Cena will face Bray Wyatt.
The Andre the Giant memorial battle royal so far has the following names signed up for it: Ryback, Curtis Axel, Fandango, Dolph Ziggler, Alberto Del Rio, Damien Sandow, Titus O’Neil, Christian, Sheamus, Big Show, Mark Henry and Intercontinental Champion Big E.
The first two names may end up pulling out unless wrestlers will do double duty, because Ryback and Curtis Axel will compete in a three-way for the WWE tag team titles against The Real Americans and the champions, The Usos.
The seventh match was set up on the "WWE Smackdown" tapings that will air tomorrow as Kane will team with The New Age Outlaws to take on The Shield in a six-man grudge match.
WWE presents "Wrestlemania 30" on April 6 and it will air on both pay-per-view and on the WWE Network.