WWE Backlash 2023: Full Match Card and Line-Up

San Juan'na see a decent line-up?

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WWE’s first post-WrestleMania event is hitting up the island of Puerto Rico this Saturday night, bringing a huge line-up featuring the biggest wrestling stars of the current era and some celebrity flair. This year’s Backlash (thankfully no longer called WrestleMania: Backlash) currently does not feature a major men’s championship match, however with the looming brand re-extension waiting to come into effect, this should certainly shape the landscape for the new rosters of both RAW and SmackDown Live going forward.

With that being said, here is the full card for this weekend’s Backlash pay-per-view.

– Brock Lesnar vs Cody Rhodes
– Bad Bunny vs Damian Priest – San Juan Street Fight
– Bianca Belair vs Iyo Sky – RAW Women’s Championship
– Rhea Ripley vs Zelina Vega – SmackDown Women’s Championship
– Matt Riddle, Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens vs The Bloodline (The Usos & Solo Sikoa)
– Seth Rollins vs Omos
– Austin Theory vs Bobby Lashley vs Bronson Reed – United States Championship

Topping the card will likely be the anticipated mismatch battle between Cody Rhodes and Brock Lesnar. Following Lesnar’s heel-turn on the RAW after Mania, Cody challenged ‘The Beast’ to help put him back on the right course for a rematch with ‘The Tribal Chief’ down the line. A win over Brock would certainly be a huge thing for ‘The American Nightmare’, quite possibly his biggest wrestling victory to date, or otherwise could derail him for the coming year.

Elsewhere on the Backlash 2023 card, Latino sensation, Bad Bunny, will once again be performing in the squared circle, this time facing former partner, Damian Priest, in a street fight. What looked to originally be a set-up for a potential tag match alongside Rey Mysterio against The Judgment Day, WWE have given Bunny enough credit to hold his own in a singles match. Bad Bunny has impressed in the past, so let’s see if he can do it again in front of his home audience.

WWE Backlash 2023 takes place on May 6th, 2023 at 8PM ET / 1AM GMT.

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