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Those are big ones. We are less than forty days away from WrestleMania 39 and the card is starting to come together. There have been some matches already announced and there are some that are all but announced. At the same time there have been some hints dropped and now we might know a bit more about two matches that are still set to be confirmed for the show.

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Last week on SmackDown, Bray Wyatt challenged the winner of the Brock Lesnar vs. Bobby Lashley Elimination Chamber match to meet him. Lashley went on to win the match via DQ when Lesnar kicked him low. The following Monday on Monday Night Raw, MVP called out Lesnar to face Omos at WrestleMania, with a contract signing coming next week. According to Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE is planning to run both Lashley vs. Wyatt and Lesnar vs. Omos at WrestleMania. It is not clear when the matches will be made official.

There are some talented people involved here. Check out four of them in action:

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Opinion: I’m curious to see if this is the direction that WWE takes as it seems a bit too simple for how basic the setups have been. It wouldn’t surprise me to see a little tweak to this, but then again it would be nice to have two very fresh matchups like these. While their quality would remain to be seen, they certainly aren’t something that has been covered before, which is nice for a change.

What do you think of the matches? Which one is more interesting? Let us know in the comments below.

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