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It’s time for the second night of the biggest event in professional wrestling. The 2022 edition of WWE WrestleMania finishes off on Sunday after a thrilling Night 1 on Saturday ended with Steve Austin’s first match in 19 years. Now, fans head into Night 2 anticipating the championship unification bout between universal champion Roman Reigns and WWE champion Brock Lesnar.
The second night of WrestleMania also features two all-time greats facing off for the first time as Edge and AJ Styles clash. “Jackass” star Johnny Knoxville will also make his singles match debut, taking on WWE superstar Sami Zayn.
It should be another crazy night of action as WWE brings WrestleMania 38 to a close.
Let’s take a look at how you can watch WrestleMania 38 live on Saturday and Sunday night before diving into the complete match card for the 2022 edition of the “Grandaddy of ‘Em All”.
Watch 2022 WWE WrestleMania 38
Dates: Saturday, April 2 | Sunday, April 3
Location: AT&T Stadium — Arlington, Texas
Start time: 8 p.m. ET (kickoff show starts at 6 p.m.)
Watch live: Peacock (United States), WWE Network (international)
2022 WWE WrestleMania 38 match card
Night 2 — Sunday
Winner Take All Championship Unification: Roman Reigns (c – universal) vs. Brock Lesnar (c – WWE)
Edge vs. AJ Styles
Raw Tag Team Championship: RK-Bro (c) vs. Street Profits vs. Alpha Academy
Women’s Tag Team Championship: Carmella & Queen Zelina (c) vs. Sasha Banks & Naomi vs. Liv for Brutality vs. Natalya & Shayna Baszler
Sami Zayn vs. Johnny Knoxville (Anything Goes)
Pat McAfee vs. Austin Theory
Bobby Lashley vs. Omos
2022 WWE WrestleMania 38 Night 2 predictions, card, matches, start time, PPV preview, date, location
Everything you need to know ahead of the WWE WrestleMania Night 2 pay-per-view this Sunday
The second night of this weekend’s two-night WrestleMania from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas features what WWE is billing as “the biggest WrestleMania match of all time” as WWE champion Brock Lesnar clashes with universal champion Roman Reigns to unify the two world titles.
One night after “Stone Cold” Steve Austin tore the roof off the stadium when he beat Kevin Owens in a no-holds-barred match to cap off a wild event, even more craziness is in store on Sunday. A pair of celebrity matches are in store when “Jackass” star Johnny Knoxville takes on Sami Zayn and former NFL punter and current SmackDown commentator Pat McAfee battles with Austin Theory.
Let’s take a closer look at who our CBS Sports experts predict will come out on top at Night 2 of WWE WrestleMania 38, which begins at 8 p.m. on Sunday and streams live on Peacock following a kickoff show one hour earlier. You can check out our predictions for Night 1 of WrestleMania here.
2022 WWE WrestleMania 38 Night 2 predictions
Women’s Tag Team Championship — Queen Zelina & Carmella (c) vs. Sasha Banks & Naomi vs. Rhea Ripley & Liv Morgan vs. Natalya & Shayna Baszler
While this is certainly a collection of thrown-together teams chasing after a title that Zelina and Carmella won in November and have only defended once (in January), it’s nice to see more people get their chance to participate in WrestleMania. Zelina and Carmella’s act has been run into the ground with every match coming down to Carmella being distracted by Corey Graves at ringside because now that they have a YouTube reality show, their relationship suddenly matters on-screen. That means the most likely moves are either WWE keeps the team strapped up to promote the show or they move on by splitting the team and having them feud. I’ll go with the latter and a chance for a Banks and Naomi to play champions. Pick: Sasha Banks & Naomi win the titles — Brent Brookhouse
The four-way match for the titles came together abruptly. New tag teams were formed week after week in order to fill out the match. The stronger players, both in terms of name value and momentum, are clearly Sasha Banks and Naomi. They were the first duo to campaign for the title shot and they should leave Sunday with gold around their waists. Pick: Sasha Banks & Naomi win the titles — Shakiel Mahjouri
Johnny Knoxville vs. Sami Zayn
WWE is very good at working celebrities through a match. Aside from Tyson Fury, it’s hard to remember any recent celebrity matches that haven’t led to big “Wow! Can you believe it?” reactions. With that in mind, expect Zayn vs. Knoxville to be a fun ride while it lasts. Zayn is exactly the right kind of heel to lose this match and have that loss be a benefit in building him up. Zayn thrives on having been “wronged” or embarrassed and losing to the stunt joke guy fits right in. It’s undeniably the right move to have Knoxville get the win. Pick: Johnny Knoxville wins — Brookhouse
You would hope that WWE would not go so far as to have a quality superstar like Zayn take the L for “Jackass” star Johnny Knoxville. The no-disqualification stipulation should present opportunities for run-ins and fun stunts from other stars from the film franchise. At present, Knoxville has not endeared himself to the roster and Zayn is not in any other feuds, so a superstar run-in seems unlikely. Maybe WWE surprises everyone with a fun cameo to aid Knoxville, but Zayn really should win this. Pick: Sami Zayn wins — Mahjouri
Bobby Lashley vs. Omos
WWE has booked themselves into something of a no-win situation here. Lashley is returning from several months on the sidelines and his return should result in a win. Omos has been unstoppable as a singles star and that aura takes a massive hit when he suffers his first loss. So, where do you go? Tank Lashley’s momentum on his return or cut Omos’ monster heel run off at the knees. If there’s any out here, it may be in finding the cheapest way for Lashley to lose, which could come down to MVP turning on him and moving on to manage Omos. That would benefit the monster by giving him someone who can work the mic and extend the program with Lashley for a while. Pick: Omos wins — Brookhouse
WWE obviously has high hopes for Omos, but he is still a work in progress. It’s believable enough to give him wins over meaningful opposition like AJ Styles considering the size difference. He won’t have that benefit against fellow heavyweight Lashley. “The Almighty” is coming off a recent WWE championship reign, has a winning MMA record and muscles for days. Having Omos go over would be a disservice to Lashley, but that doesn’t mean the former basketball player can’t look good en route to a loss. Pick: Bobby Lashley wins — Mahjouri
Pat McAfee vs. Austin Theory
McAfee has shown that he can wrestle shockingly well in multiple matches in NXT. Theory is a talented wrestler but he isn’t exactly Adam Cole, so it wouldn’t be surprising if this were a minor step down overall from those past McAfee matches. Still, WWE has fully bought in on Theory, from having him taken under Vince McMahon’s wing to a spot in Elimination Chamber and now a featured WrestleMania spot. That should mean a win for the guy who will be wrestling every Monday night. Pick: Austin Theory wins — Brookhouse
McAfee is so beloved by fans that it’s hard to see him losing to Austin Theory, who has plenty of time in his career to recover from a loss to a pro-athlete-turned-commentator. McAfee proved he has wrestling chops in a pair of matches with Adam Cole that defied expectations. Maybe the promotion is building towards a longer program involving McMahon — who is expected to be in Theory’s corner — and McAfee but, assuming that’s not the case, I’ll pick McAfee to win. Pick: Pat McAfee wins — Mahjouri
Raw Tag Team Championship — RK-Bro (c) vs. The Street Profits vs. Alpha Academy
The talk since RK-Bro began their run has been that Randy Orton and Riddle will have to split and feud. That’s probably true given that WWE loves to split up tag teams. As entertaining as RK-Bro is as an act, you get the sense that WWE is getting antsy to break them up for a less entertaining feud. That Orton has come to fully embrace Riddle as being his friend is probably a sign the team is doomed. Losing the titles on the big stage could certainly kick off that story and Alpha Academy are the more entertaining team to run forward as champs. Pick: Alpha Academy win the titles — Brookhouse
Alpha Academy should have been afforded the opportunity for a longer Raw Tag Team title run, but Orton and Riddle were quick to reclaim their crowns. As a consequence, they will likely leave WrestleMania as champions while continuing the build to an eventual split and feud. Pick: RK-Bro retain the titles — Mahjouri
Edge vs. AJ Styles
The Edge we’ve seen dropping promos straight out of a late 1990s e-fed has been the low point of Edge’s return. WWE has largely followed the same pattern with Edge rivalries since his return — stretching things out over a string of two or three matches. With that in mind, it’s unlikely that the story between Styles and Edge ends with just one match, even if it manages to steal the show at WrestleMania. With that in mind, it may make more sense for Edge to take the win. Pick: Edge wins — Brookhouse
This one is a toss-up. Edge has pulled most of the weight in building this rivalry. An argument can be made that Styles should get the rub from Edge, but “The Rated R Superstar” could benefit from the momentum as well. Taking a look at my other predictions for WrestleMania Night 1, a villain needs to come out on top. I’ll side with Edge, hesitantly, but am rather confident that this will be Match of the Night. Pick: Edge wins — Mahjouri
Title vs. Title — Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Roman Reigns (c)
Given that Lesnar is 2-0 against Reigns in WrestleMania main events, it certainly would make sense for Reigns to get the win here, just like his cousin Dwayne finally getting his win over Steve Austin in their third WrestleMania clash. Still, my internal bias is overriding logic. The Reigns championship reign is completely stalled out. The momentum was gone months and months ago and no amount of Reigns cutting the same stale promo is fixing it. The only way to get his momentum back is to end his run as the unbeatable champion. Reigns can get his win over Lesnar down the road in the inevitable fourth Lesnar vs. Reigns WrestleMania main event. Pick: Brock Lesnar unifies the titles — Brookhouse
This is very much a toss-up. A case can be made for either man to leave WrestleMania as undisputed champion. Lesnar is the most believable threat to Reigns’ record-setting run and is overdue for payback. Reigns is a full-time performer for WWE on the best run of his career, despite moments of staleness. WWE should build a contender that can really benefit from dethroning Reigns. That contender is nowhere in sight. While that may invoke more confidence in Lesnar, I hold out hope that WWE sees the value in keeping Reigns on top as they build towards new challengers. Pick: Roman Reigns unifies the titles — Mahjouri