The main WrestleMania card is now even more stacked, with a 13th match being added to the pay-per-view broadcast on Thursday afternoon, and it’s another title match.
Raw Tag Team Champions The Revival will be defending their belts against Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder, according to a tweet from WWE.
It will mark the first time that Hawkins has ever wrestled on the WrestleMania main card, while Ryder has previously performed at WrestleManias 28, 30, and 32, winning the Intercontinental title in a seven-man ladder match at 32 in Dallas.
For The Revival, this marks the first WrestleMania main card appearance for either Scott Dawson or Dash Wilder.
Hawkins’ losing streak has soared long past the 200 match mark, and one figures that Sunday, near his Long Island backyard, he and fellow New Yorker Ryder could collectively end his futility streak in grand fashion.
The 13 matches for WrestleMania are the most for any main card since WrestleMania 7 in 1991, which had 14 matches on the PPV portion. Counting the three pre-show matches, WrestleMania 35 ties 4 with 16 overall matches.