Backstage returns at 11PM ET as part of five-hour WWE block on FS1

FS1 will air a five-hour WWE block again tonight as WWE Backstage moves back to its regular 11PM ET time slot.

The action kicks off at 7PM ET with the hour-long episode of WWE 24 WrestleMania: Silicon Valley. This documentary provides a behind-the-scenes look at WrestleMania 31 from Levi’s Stadium and is followed by a three-hour presentation of WrestleMania 31 which was headlined by Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar. Daniel Bryan will be a guest on tonight’s Backstage while CM Punk will also return as one of the panelists.

Taking a closer look at the Mania 31 odds from back then, Reigns started as the favorite to win the match but then Lesnar was changed to favorite just two hours before the show started. No one guessed though as Seth Rollins cashed in his Money In The Bank briefcase and walked out of Santa Clara as the new WWE champion. Wrestling-Online continues to take a look at the monthly pay-per-view betting odds the day before and the day of the shows and if you’re into football, you can also check out today’s football predictions.

WrestleMania 31 also had the Sting vs Triple H match which involved a showdown between DX and the nWo and The Rock and Ronda Rousey confronting Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

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