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WrestleMania 32: The Undertaker May Face John Cena in WWE Main Event

WrestleMania 32: The Undertaker May Face John Cena in WWE Main Event:

The harm to Seth Rollins gives a possibility to think outside the box and provide a young star or two a serious run in among the primary occasion time slots to WWE. Or WWE could select the path of least resistance and pencil in John Cena vs. The Undertaker for WrestleMania 32.

Mentioning a report from PWInsider.com, Marc Middleton of WrestlingInc.com wrote the two Stars are–at least for the time being–choices for one of the key events of the greatest show of the year.

Based on Middleton, the Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter additionally questioned whether a WWE source was attempting to throw him off the scent when telling him The Undertaker and Cena have a few other angles lined up for WrestleMania. Meltzer labeled the point a potential “red herring.”

Randy Orton endured a shoulder injury which will keep him out for months. Afterward, Rollins snapped his right ACL, MCL and medial meniscus, so ruling him out for WrestleMania. Those are two prospective headliners from the equation, leaving WWE scrambling to locate options.

Determined by if or when he decides to avenge his United States Championship defeat to Alberto Del Rio, Cena would not be close for an important WrestleMania storyline.

That competition may be wrapped up Royal Rumble or by Survivor Series, yet.

The Undertaker was frequently vying for the World Heavyweight Championship on SmackDown, while Cena was fighting for the WWE title on Raw, which kept the two divided when he was wrestling on a regular basis.

The last time The Undertaker and Cena faced off at a pay per view in a singles match was Vengeance in 2003, so in that respect, a head to head battle between both would be unique.

Cena vs. The Undertaker would not be a poor choice at WrestleMania as it is not used as the main event, to be able to showcase the future of the business, which should be allowed for the present generation of Stars.

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