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The three new champions that could be crowned at WrestleMania 33

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With WrestleMania 33 edging closer, it’s about that time where fans begin to think which WWE stars will leave Orlando as the big winners on April 2.

A total of 11 matches have been announced so far, with many waiting to see whether Triple H’s highly anticipated clash against Seth Rollins is given the green light in the final two episodes of Monday Night RAW.

WRESTLEMANIA 33

Amongst the stacked card, seven matches, as of this writing, have championship titles on the line and Cageside Seats have provided an update on how many titles could change hands.

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Over the last few weeks, numerous sources were claiming that five new champions will be crowned. However, the latest update suggests only three stars will walk out as new champions while the others will successfully retain.

While you could argue that it’s simply a guessing game at this stage, the early WrestleMania odds for the European market have been released, and they’re usually pretty accurate.

The first is perhaps the most obvious and the one that’s been well-documented on the dirt sheets for a while now; Brock Lesnar is expected to dethrone Goldberg and leave the Grandest Stage of Them All as the new Universal Champion.

THREE CHANGES

It’s been widely speculated that Goldberg’s current run will end at this event, and it’s the perfect way to build-up The Beast Incarnate as a monster again after a couple of embarrassing performances against Goldberg.

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With Chris Jericho’s latest stint in the WWE coming to an end soon, Kevin Owens is expected to defeat his former best friend and become the United States Champion for the first time in his career.

Jericho has stuck around for a lot longer than originally planned, and his storyline with The Prizefighter was so entertaining that he simply couldn’t leave the company to focus on his Fozzy commitments, but that won’t be the case once the next few weeks are in the books.

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While the odds haven’t been released right now – because we don’t know exactly who’ll be featured in the match – the feeling is that Alexa Bliss will lose her SmackDown Women’s Championship at WrestleMania.

She’ll defend her gold against pretty much every female on the blue brand, and rumours suggest that Naomi could return in time and reclaim the championship she never lost – which is quite fitting considering she’s from Orlando.

That means Bray Wyatt should leave the event with his WWE Championship intact, while Bayley, as well as Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, could be the big winners on the night.

Which titles do you think will change hands at WrestleMania 33? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.

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