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Each year, WrestleMania presents itself as a series finale of sorts for the WWE, where the most significant storylines culminate on an epic night of action. The most iconic moments in the business are created months (or even years) in advance with intricate storytelling that captures the imagination of fans. 

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With nearly four decades of WrestleManias in the books, Sporting News picks the best feuds that culminated at the WWE’s flagship show.

To be clear, this list isn’t about the best matches that have taken place at WrestleMania. Instead, this is about the feuds and storylines that had fans invested in what would take place at the Showcase of the Immortals. 

10. The Undertaker vs. Kane (WrestleMania 14 & 20)

The Undertaker and Kane rivalry spanned multiple years and two WrestleManias, but the origins of this feud began ahead of WrestleMania 14 when Kane was teased as The Undertaker’s “deepest, darkest secret” by former manager Paul Bearer. Kane debuted months later at Bad Blood: In Your House as The Undertaker’s illegitimate brother. The stoic Kane routinely attacked The Undertaker but was unable to get his brother to agree to a match. 

But then Kane lit on fire a casket that had The Undertaker in it and that changed The Deadman’s mind. Using the supernatural allowed this angle to be completely unique and had fans invested as Kane was an indestructible wrecking machine. Eventually, the two met at WrestleMania 14 and The Undertaker escaped with a victory after three Tombstones. The on-again, off-again rivalry never had the same intensity as it did before WrestleMania 14 but it will always be recognized as one of the most memorable. 

9. Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart (WrestleMania 10)

A sibling rivalry brought us the greatest opening match in WrestleMania history between Bret and Owen Hart.

The feud began at Survivor Series the previous year when the Hart brothers were a team in an elimination match. But Owen bumped into his brother and was eliminated, which began a feud as Owen was tired of being overshadowed by his older sibling. Owen repeatedly challenged Bret to a match, which was refuted multiple times. After making amends for a tag team match at Royal Rumble, Owen attacked Bret after the team lost to The Quebecers.

Despite being the opening match, this was the most interesting feud on the card as the brothers faced each other in an absolute wrestling clinic that saw Owen beat his older brother. And despite winning, it left a bad taste in his mouth when he would later see his brother win the WWF championship by beating Yokozuna in the main event. 

Very well played.  

8. Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair (WrestleMania 35)

This feud was a complete accident that began when fans wouldn’t accept Becky Lynch’s heel turn and a subsequent injury inadvertently turned Lynch into the hottest talent on the roster.

It was a unique storm of events as Ronda Rousey’s ascent was coupled with Lynch turning on Charlotte at SummerSlam and winning the SmackDown women’s championship at Hell in a Cell. A proposed non-title match with “Raw” women’s champion Rousey at Survivor Series was scrapped after Lynch was legitimately injured by Nia Jax on “Monday Night Raw.” However, the scene of a bloodied Lynch was embraced by fans and added to her lore. 

Lynch’s rise was brilliantly handled on social media as she berated Rousey on Twitter. Eventually, Lynch would win the Royal Rumble by eliminating Charlotte and earned a shot at Rousey. But a storyline injury would get her “suspended” from the match. Meanwhile, Charlotte would capture the SmackDown women’s title and was named as Lynch’s replacement. Lynch would violate her suspension and attacked both Rousey and Flair until she was inserted into the match, which was the first time a women’s match headlined WrestleMania. It wasn’t a classic but Lynch captured both titles by pinning Rousey, who subsequently left the company. 

It was a totally unplanned angle that was all due to circumstance and ended up being incredibly entertaining and groundbreaking. 

7. Daniel Bryan vs. The Authority (WrestleMania 30)

The “Yes!” Movement and the indie darling who arguably changed the dynamic of Vince McMahon’s business began eight months before WrestleMania 30. Honestly, you can track this to WrestleMania 29, when Bryan was squashed in seconds against Sheamus and fans began to embrace Bryan while believing he deserved more than what he got.

Bryan came to the WWE as perhaps the most lauded independent talent in the business. But he was hardly a reflection of the bodybuilder types that the WWE was known for. Vince McMahon wasn’t a fan of Bryan’s stature and attempted to push him down the card after Triple H — later known with his wife Stephanie McMahon as The Authority — turned heel and cost him the title at SummerSlam in 2013 because of a “business decision” that Randy Orton was the better look for the company. Fans smartened up to McMahon’s tactics and began to revolt at shows when Bryan was routinely screwed out of winning the title. 

Bryan wasn’t originally in the plans for WrestleMania 30 as McMahon believed the story had run its course and pivoted to a Randy Orton vs. Batista match. The fans weren’t having it and hijacked “Raw” weekly with chants and a demand to insert Bryan into the main event. At some point, McMahon realized what he had and turned the real-life movement into a storyline that found Bryan having to face Triple H in the opening match at WrestleMania for a chance to be a part of the Orton-Batista main event. Bryan defeated Triple H and submitted Batista later that night to become champion. 

6. The Rock vs. John Cena (WrestleMania 28 & )

Look, we’re going to ignore the rematch at WrestleMania 29 because it was an obvious money grab. But the build toward The Rock and John Cena’s encounter at WrestleMania 28 was a stellar showdown between WWE’s past and present. The Rock returned to the company after a seven-year absence to host WrestleMania 27, which only served as a prelude to his feud with Cena after he cost him the WWE Championship against The Miz. 

In an unprecedented move, Cena challenged The Rock to a match that wouldn’t take place for another year at WrestleMania 28. The Rock accepted and we spent a year watching two of the biggest stars in the WWE assail each other with verbal jabs. It was paced perfectly with just enough to keep fans intrigued. The two teamed up in November 2011 at Survivor Series and The Rock gave Cena a Rock Bottom after they emerged victorious over The Miz and R-Truth. 

The two ran each other down verbally for months and finally met at WrestleMania, where The Rock would pull off the stunning victory. It’s amazing that this match remained intact as Cena needed to avoid injury and The Rock worked himself back into wrestling shape. Even though The Rock wasn’t a WWE regular, they had enough tricks to keep the fans’ attention and make this a phenomenal encounter. 

And then, for whatever reason, they did it again at WrestleMania 29. But we’re not going to talk about that. 

5. Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker (WrestleMania 25 & 26)

The two WrestleMania matches between Shawn Michael and The Undertaker are considered among the best in WrestleMania history. But the journey was well worth it. 

As Undertaker’s undefeated WrestleMania streak began to take on a life of its own, there was curiosity as to who could put an end to it. Michaels worked his way into a match with The Deadman and became obsessed with becoming the first man to put a blemish on his record. After coming up short in an epic encounter at WrestleMania 25, Michaels’ obsession grew as he chased down The Undertaker for a rematch. The Undertaker repeatedly refused until a desperate Michaels put his career on the line and promised to retire if he couldn’t get the job done at WrestleMania 26.

The rematch was an intense affair and Michaels gave it all he had. However, he simply couldn’t overcome the mythical Undertaker and it cost him his career. But that wasn’t the end of the feud as Michaels found himself involved with The Undertaker again at WrestleMania 28 as the referee for Triple H’s “Hell in a Cell” match. Michaels would be forced to count his best friend out despite nearly helping Triple H to a victory. It was a fantastic story that carried over several years and in different iterations.  

4. Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant (WrestleMania 3)

Once again, the Hulkster was accused of stealing the spotlight from his friend and it was his friend who was made out to be the bad guy. Hogan received a trophy for being the WWF Champion for three years while Andre The Giant received a much smaller one for going “undefeated for 15 years.” Andre took exception to Hogan making everything about himself and retained the services of Hogan’s nemesis Bobby “The Brain” Heenan. On an episode of “Piper’s Pit,” Andre challenged Hogan to a title shot at WrestleMania 3. Hogan reluctantly accepted after Andre tore his shirt and ripped off his crucifix necklace.

The match was one of the biggest moments in pro wrestling that helped Vince McMahon’s promotion turn the corner into pop culture relevancy. If it wasn’t for this match, and the bodyslam heard around the world, who knows where the WWF would be today. Again, in retrospect, was Andre wrong? Probably not. But it made for a great story. 

3. Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Bret Hart (WrestleMania 13)

This was the feud that made “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and was the heart of the shift into the infamous Attitude Era. But this feud took two to tango and culminated in a brilliantly executed double turn at WrestleMania 13. After Austin won the King of the Ring in 1996, he began taunting Hart, who was on a hiatus at the time. Eventually, Hart returned and accepted the challenge of Austin and the two met at Survivor Series 1996. Hart won but Austin’s star continued to rise as he chased down his rival at every turn and cost Hart a Royal Rumble victory in 1997. 

The WWF read the room and noticed how fans warmed up to the heel tactics of Austin and began moving toward a feud that would find Hart and Austin switch positions as the babyface and heel. It was well played and came full circle at WrestleMania 13 when a bloodied Austin passed out from a Sharpshooter and was assaulted by Hart afterward. The journey to their match was well played as the company held back long enough to pull the trigger at the perfect time and created a superstar in Austin.

2. Hulk Hogan vs. Macho Man Randy Savage (WrestleMania 5)

When it comes to feuds that found best friends turned bitter enemies, there is nothing like the year-long build between Savage and Hogan, which culminated at WrestleMania V. Hogan and Savage formed a friendship at WrestleMania IV when Hogan gave the Macho Man an assist to overcome Ted Dibiase in the main event and capture the WWF Championship.  

The duo formed The Mega Powers and dominated the tag team scene. However, tensions began to build between the two over Savage’s wife, Miss Elizabeth. After months of rising tensions, The Mega Powers finally exploded on “Saturday Night’s Main Event” in a match against the Twin Towers after Savage was inadvertently thrown into Miss Elizabeth and knocked her unconscious. Hogan abandoned Savage to take Elizabeth to the locker room. He returned later to a badly battered Savage, who would return the favor by refusing Hogan’s attempt to tag in. The two battled backstage as Savage turned heel and it all came to a head at WrestleMania V, when Hogan defeated his former friend to become the champion.

In retrospect, Savage feels like the one who was wronged here as Hogan always found his way into Savage’s spotlight and got a little too close to Miss Elizabeth. Nevertheless, this was fantastic long-term storytelling that is hardly seen in the current product. 

1. The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin (WrestleMania 15, 17 & 19)

The two most marketable stars in pro wrestling met three times — at WrestleMania 15, 17 & 19. And each time their feud offered fans something special. While WrestleMania 15 saw Austin battle a heel version of The Rock, who was backed by Vince McMahon, and WrestleMania 19 found The Rock finally get his comeuppance on Austin, it was the feud heading into WrestleMania 17 that secures the top spot on this list.

Although Austin had long been the biggest star in the company, The Rock was nipping at his heels over the years. By the time 2000 rolled around, The Rock had come extremely close to surpassing Austin in popularity. They were both babyfaces and in the midst of their respective peaks in terms of popularity. 

The collision course for WrestleMania X-7 seemed to be obvious, but the train didn’t really begin moving until Austin won the 2001 Royal Rumble and The Rock reclaimed the WWF Championship a month later at “No Way Out.” The next few weeks of television were absolutely incredible to witness as Austin and Rock stalked each other, used the other’s finishers and routinely brawled. Considering that they were also the two best talkers in the business, we were treated to some amazing mic work before they finally collided at WrestleMania. It felt like the culmination of everything the WWF had been working toward as the two babyfaces had an epic encounter that concluded with a shocking finish in which Austin joined forces with his longtime rival, WWF chairman Vince McMahon. 

Honestly, the WWF could have ended right then and there and it would have been one of the greatest season finales in television history.

Oh, yeah. The feud also produced the greatest promo package of all-time to Limp Bizkit’s “My Way.”

The greatest WrestleMania feuds of all time

  1. The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
  2. Hulk Hogan vs. Macho Man Randy Savage
  3. Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Bret Hart
  4. Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant
  5. Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker
  6. The Rock vs. John Cena
  7. Daniel Bryan vs. The Authority
  8. Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair
  9. Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart
  10. The Undertaker vs. Kane

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WrestleMania 37 live match grades, results, highlights from WWE’s Night 1

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The WWE’s annual “Showcase of the Immortals” returns to an open outdoor venue a year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced WrestleMania 36 to take place on a closed set with no fans. 

With social distancing protocols in place, WrestleMania 37 is taking place in front of a limited amount of ticketed fans at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. Once again, the event will take place over the course of two nights.

MORE: The top 10 WrestleMania feuds of all time, ranked

History will be made in the main event as Sasha Banks defends her WWE “SmackDown” women’s championship against 2021 Royal Rumble winner Bianca Belair. The match marks the first time WrestleMania will be headlined by two African American women and will certainly serve as an emotional affair regardless of the winner. 

Bobby Lashley will kick the show off by defending the WWE championship against former titleholder Drew McIntyre. Lashley will look to turn back the challenge of the man who held the title for much of the pandemic. Will McIntyre get his opportunity to have his moment in front of fans?

The event also finds Latin music superstar Bad Bunny teaming up with Damian Priest against The Miz and John Morrison, while Shane McMahon makes his annual return to WrestleMania against Braun Strowman in a steel cage match. 

It’s a seven-match card for the first night of WrestleMania and Sporting News will keep you up to speed on all the action.

MORE: How to watch WrestleMania on Peacock

WrestleMania 37 match grades

Bobby Lashley (c) def. Drew McIntyre to retain the WWE championship

Drew McIntyre has really bad luck. 

Last year, the Scottish Psychopath won the title with no fans in attendance due to the pandemic. It felt like this would be McIntyre’s crowing moment. And then there was a 40-minute rain delay that caused the match to start late. And then Lashley defeated McIntyre clean in a solid, yet unspectacular match. 

It was your typical juggernaut slugfest between two Superstars who have been pretty well protected over the past six months. It plodded a bit early and it’s not necessarily the kind of match you want to open WrestleMania with. However, things began to pick up in the final third when Lashley countered a Claymore Kick with a chokeslam but McIntyre sprung to his feet. A trio of Future Shock DDTs from McIntyre couldn’t keep Lashley down.

McIntyre set up for another Claymore Kick but Lashley rolled to the outside. This led to McIntyre taking to the skies and hitting a tope suicida. Lashley regained control and sought to sink in the Hurt Lock but McIntyre escaped and slapped in a kimura submission. Lashley would escape and McIntyre once again set up for his finisher. In what was a strange sight, MVP yelled and distracted McIntyre, which caused him to miss the Claymore. Lashley sank in the Hurt Lock and McIntyre tried to power out but succumbed to the power of the champion.

These two have given us more hard-hitting matches outside of the WWE and it didn’t live up to the potential that they have shown in the past. It’s not necessarily a bad idea to have Lashley retain because he keeps the title scene fresh. 

Grade: C+

Natalya & Tamina win the Tag Team Turmoil match

This match never really had a chance.

The women’s tag team division has been an absolute mess with singles wrestlers being thrown into tag teams with no real rhyme or reason. And with Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax being pretty dominant, it would have been nice to see a team with a little momentum get the win so we could at least think they have a chance to upend the champions on Night 2.

Instead, we got the newly formed team of Natalya and Tamina, who have done next to nothing for the past year, picking up the victory.

It’s not like the women didn’t work hard but it had nothing going for it. Naomi and Lana were inexplicably eliminated by the makeshift team of Billie Kay and Carmella. The Riott Squad, the only actual long-tenured tag team in the match, would eliminate Billie Kay and Carmella. Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke actually looked like a tag team with their matching gear but were also sent packing by a Liv Morgan rollup. 

Natalya, who has seemingly tagged with every woman who has ever competed in the WWE, was out next with Tamina. They took control early and hit a Hart Attack followed by Tamina hitting a Superfly splash for the pin.

No drama and went a lot longer than it should have. These women deserved better.

Grade: D

Cesaro def. Seth Rollins

Look, nobody will disagree with you that the story of this match being that Rollins is upset at being swung around by Cesaro is stupid. But these two are incredibly talented and Cesaro was long overdue for what would be his first singles match at WrestleMania. 

Nobody is going to remember the story but everyone should remember this match. It was given the time necessary to deliver and ended up being the excellent showdown that Cesaro deserved. Also, a ton of credit to Rollins who has had more than his fair share of WrestleMania moments but made sure to give the fans a noteworthy performance. 

The early story of the match was Cesaro trying to wear down Rollins for the Giant Swing. But Rollins sought to work over Cesaro’s arm to prevent it. Cesaro eventually swung Rollins but needed to stop due to the injured arm. 

Rollins pulled off an incredible 360-degree corkscrew frog splash and that’s when this match really picked up.

Cesaro reversed a ripcord knee and hit the Neutralizer for a near fall. Rollins countered a second Neutralizer for a Pedigree but couldn’t keep Cesaro down. Cesaro countered a Curb Stomp with an uppercut and completed an armless airplane spin and put Rollins in the spin cycle with a Giant Swing that had 23 rotations.

One last Neutralizer and Cesaro picked up the win. It’s been a long time coming for Cesaro, who wore his emotion all over his face. Hopefully, this is a sign of things to come as Cesaro is one of the best pound-for-pound talents in the WWE.

Grade: A-

AJ Styles & Omos def. The New Day for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championships

This match was about two things: Omos having his in-ring debut and AJ Styles becoming a grand slam champion.

That’s it. And that’s fine because it was fun

Omos wearing a vest, dress shoes and slacks for his ring gear was a sight to see. Even more interesting was the decision to have Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston play as the heels by keeping AJ Styles from tagging in his giant. The New Day played it well by teasing and mocking their opponents until Woods made a critical error that allowed Styles to get the tag to his gigantic bodyguard/partner. 

All seven feet and three inches of Omos simply obliterated Woods and Kofi in the most entertaining way imaginable. 

Styles jumped off of Omos’ shoulders for a Phenomenal Forearm that took Woods out and Omos finished the job with a two-handed chokeslam on Kofi Kingston. Omos used one foot to pin Kingston and we had new tag team champions. 

The New Day knew what the assignment was and handled it well to get the big guy over. I have no idea what you do with Styles and Omos moving forward but this was a fun way to introduce the giant. 

Grade: B

 

How to watch WrestleMania 37

One of the latest streaming services to hit the market, Peacock, is an NBC-driven vehicle. In January, WWE Network and its library were sold to Peacock, which is now home to WWE streamed content.

Peacock has three separate pricing tiers: the free tier, the Premium tier and the Premium Plus tier. In order to watch WWE Network and WrestleMania 37, you’ll have to subscribe to the Premium tier, at $4.99 per month. This will also grant you unlimited access to the WWE Network library available on Peacock, as more content is uploaded to Peacock over the coming months.

Peacock is available on gaming consoles, Roku, Chromecast, Android TV and Apple TV. After logging in, there is a WWE category across the top bar — navigate over to it, and away you go.

WrestleMania 37 Night 1 match card results

  • Bobby Lashley (c) def. Drew McIntyre to retain the WWE championship
  • Bad Bunny & Damian Priest vs. The Miz & John Morrison
  • Natalya & Tamina def. Lana & Naomi, Dana Brooke & Mandy Rose, The Riott Squad and Billie Kay & Carmella in a Tag Team Turmoil match
  • Cesaro def. Seth Rollins
  • The New Day (c) vs. AJ Styles & Omos for the “WWE Raw” tag team championship
  • Braun Strowman vs. Shane McMahon in a steel cage match
  • Sasha Banks (c) vs. Bianca Belair for the “WWE SmackDown” women’s championship

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Three-time MLB MVP Alex Rodriguez and e-commerce billionaire Marc Lore are negotiating a deal to purchase the Timberwolves from majority owner Glen Taylor, according to The Athletic’s Jon Krawczynski. 

Rodriguez and Lore signed a letter of intent on Saturday and now hold a 30-day window to try to finalize a deal with Taylor, per Krawczynski. If both sides are able to come to an agreement, Rodriguez and Lore would serve as limited partners for two-and-a-half years before taking control of the Timberwolves.

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“We look forward to entering this phase of the process with Glen Taylor,” Rodriguez and Lore said in a joint statement. “Our respect for him and the legacy he has built lays an amazing foundation for what is to come. We are excited by the prospect of getting to know the Timberwolves organization.”

Taylor has put the team on the market before but declined to relinquish control. One sticking point has been Tayor’s desire to keep the Timberwolves in Minnesota, but it seems Rodriguez and Lore are on board with that vision.

The price of the franchise is expected to be around $1.5 billion, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. A purchase agreement would be subject to approval by the NBA’s board of governors.

Since Taylor purchased the team in 1994, Minnesota has failed to emerge as a consistent contender in the Western Conference, reaching the NBA playoffs just once in the past 16 seasons. However, the current team does have an exciting young core with players such as Karl-Anthony Towns and Anthony Edwards still developing under new coach Chris Finch.

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Will Mother Nature allow NASCAR Cup Series drivers to complete Saturday’s race at Martinsville Speedway?

The Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500, the first night race of the 2021 Cup Series season, could be delayed or postponed with possible rain and thunderstorms in the forecast. Weather has already impacted the weekend schedule, as NASCAR suspended Friday night’s Xfinity Series race and announced it would be completed Sunday.

If the rain holds off, Sporting News will be tracking live race updates and lap-by-lap highlights from NASCAR’s Saturday night race at Martinsville. Follow along here for complete results from the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500.

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NASCAR at Martinsville live updates, highlights

(All times Eastern)

7:30 p.m. — Yep, the rain is coming down at Martinsville Speedway.

7:05 p.m. — It looks like the initial start time for the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 may be pushed back.

NASCAR race start time today

FS1’s coverage of Saturday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. ET. The race is expected to start around 8 p.m. ET.

Mike Joy will call the race alongside analysts Jeff Gordon, Clint Bowyer and Larry McReynolds.

NASCAR lineup at Martinsville

Here’s the complete starting lineup for Saturday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway:

Start pos. Driver Car No. Team
1 Joey Logano 22 Team Penske
2 Denny Hamlin 11 Joe Gibbs Racing
3 William Byron 24 Hendrick Motorsports
4 Ryan Blaney 12 Team Penske
5 Chase Elliott 9 Hendrick Motorsports
6 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 47 JTG Daugherty Racing
7 Martin Truex Jr. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing
8 Ryan Newman 6 Roush Fenway Racing
9 Kevin Harvick 4 Stewart-Haas Racing
10 Brad Keselowski 2 Team Penske
11 Daniel Suarez 99 Trackhouse Racing Team
12 Kyle Busch 18 Joe Gibbs Racing
13 Tyler Reddick 8 Richard Childress Racing
14 Michael McDowell 34 Front Row Motorsports
15 Chris Buescher 17 Roush Fenway Racing
16 Erik Jones 43 Richard Petty Motorsports
17 Ryan Preece 37 JTG Daugherty Racing
18 Austin Dillon 3 Richard Childress Racing
19 Kyle Larson 5 Hendrick Motorsports
20 Alex Bowman 48 Hendrick Motorsports
21 Kurt Busch 1 Chip Ganassi Racing
22 Matt DiBenedetto 21 Wood Brothers Racing
23 Christopher Bell 20 Joe Gibbs Racing
24 Chase Briscoe 14 Stewart-Haas Racing
25 Bubba Wallace 23 23XI Racing
26 Cole Custer 41 Stewart-Haas Racing
27 Ross Chastain 42 Chip Ganassi Racing
28 JJ Yeley 53 Rick Ware Racing
29 Quin Houff 00 StarCom Racing
30 Justin Haley 77 Spire Motorsports
31 Aric Almirola 10 Stewart-Haas Racing
32 Cody Ware 51 Petty Ware Racing
33 Josh Bilicki 52 Rick Ware Racing
34 Corey LaJoie 7 Spire Motorsports
35 Anthony Alfredo 38 Front Row Motorsports
36 BJ McLeod 78 Live Fast Motorsports
37 James Davison 15 Rick Ware Racing

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