With SummerSlam in the rear view mirror, it’s time to turn our eyes towards next year’s WrestleMania. Yes, it’s over half a year away, but you can be sure that most of the booking decisions going forward are done with an eye towards building big feuds for WrestleMania. WWE is taking over the massive Texas Stadium, capable of holding well over 100,000 people (which would legitimately be the largest WWE Pay-Per-View audience of all time), so they cannot afford to put on a disappointing show. It’s expected that we’ll see an even greater assortment of legends from the past combined with the stars of the current WWE roster, all in the name of putting on the most spectacular show WWE has ever done. So, what sorts of matches might WWE decide to put on at WrestleMania? Well, we have some ideas. Some of these matches are already rumored, some are just crazy flights of fancy and speculation, but all of them could help make WrestleMania a must-see event.
Before we start, if you don’t see your favorite wrestler here, just assume they’re in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Sorry, but for some wrestlers, that’s just the way it goes.
10. The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar
After the events of SummerSlam, this one is pretty obvious. Also, apparently Undertaker’s not returning to TV until the build for WrestleMania begins, and Brock has nothing scheduled outside of the October 3rd live event at Madison Square Garden that will be airing on the WWE Network, so it seems like the next match will have no other option but to take place at WrsetleMania. With that in mind, though, and given Undertaker’s recent proclivities for kicking Brock in the crotch in order to get an advantage, would WWE dare to have Undertaker as a heel in his home state? Would they possibly put his career on the line in order to goad Brock into the match? How about the ultimate question, would they really let The Undertaker beat Brock Lesnar a second time? On the other hand, with The Streak dead and general concern for Taker’s health through all his recent return matches, at least there’s genuine intrigue about the finish for an Undertaker match at WrestleMania for the first time in a very long time.