WrestleMania 32 saw Roman Reigns defeat Triple H to become the new heavyweight champion. But it seems like there is no rest for the newly crowned champion as he will be defending his title at WWE Payback, the first pay-per-view since the major wrestling extravaganza concluded on 3 April.

The outcome of the matches in Payback will play a pivotal role in shaping the wrestling world for the rest of the year. However, the upcoming wrestling event could find it difficult to match the pay-per-view attendance of WrestleMania 32, which was watched by over 100,000 fans.

WWE has lined up some exciting matches from which fans can expect a ton of action and entertainment.

Check out the lineup below:

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match

Roman Reigns vs AJ Styles

WWE Women's Championship Match

Natalya with Bret Hart vs. Charlotte with Ric Flair

Intercontinental Championship Match

The Miz vs Cesaro

Tag Team Championship Match

Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady vs. The Vaudevillains

United States Championship Kickoff Match

Kalisto vs Ryback

Other matches

Dean Ambrose vs Chris Jericho

Dolph Ziggler vs Baron Corbin

Sami Zayn vs Kevin Owens

At Payback, Vince McMahon is also scheduled to announce whether or not Shane McMahon, Stephanie McMahon or Triple H will control RAW. WWE Payback 2016 pay-per-view can be viewed live at 8pm EDT on 1 May on the WWE Network. You can click here or here to watch it online via live stream.

Check out the Payback promo video below:

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