WWE Spoilers: Will WWE Have a Pre-WrestleMania Match?

For the past seven years, WWE has held a pre-WrestleMania dark match that later gets released with WrestleMania on DVD and Blu-Ray and Chris Humphrey of The Bleacher Report is reporting that WrestlingInc.com is saying that the current plan is to have Primo & Epico defend the WWE Tag Team Titles against Jimmy & Jey Uso before WrestleMania goes live at 7/6c on pay-per-view. The idea of having Brodus Clay be a part of the dark match has been thrown around, but many expect Brodus to get a spot somewhere on the main WrestleMania card, though the match may not be announced ahead of time. As it stands now, the WWE Tag Team Champions are the only champions without a spot somewhere on the card.

What do you think the WWE should have as the pre-WrestleMania dark match? Post your comments in the box below.

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