Wednesday, 11 November 2015

The Undertaker Versus John Cena Rumored As WrestleMania 32 Main Event

Posted by BAD MAN

The Undertaker have been the pillar for the World Wrestling Entertainment and he will be celebrating his 25th year with the company at the Survivor Series 2015 pay-per-view on November 22, 2015 at Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, the first such event to be held in the state.

John Cena has been the work horse for WWE in the last decade. John Cena is the most-consistent night-in and night-out WWE Superstar.

Now there are reports coming out that The Undertaker might be facing John Cena at the main event of Wrestlemania 32 live from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. on April 3, 2016.

It's not a far-fetched idea, considering Seth Rollins is out for six to nine months after tearing his right ACL, MCL and medial meniscus, being forced to vacate the World Heavyweight title via a tournament for the strap at Survivor Series on November 22.

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Randy orton is also suffering a injury and he is not expected back before May-June 2016.

For a WrestleMania that needs gladiators with enough star power to fill the enormous coliseum that is AT&T Stadium, this matchup is a no-brainer. There isn't a realistic dream match WWE can turn to that equals this one.

Sting vs. Undertaker isn't happening. Sting didn't make it to the end of his match with Seth Rollins, suffering a scary neck injury near the end of the bout. He may be done for good.

The two battled at Vengeance 2003. Undertaker attacked Cena while they were tag partners in 2009, seemingly setting up a big match between them that never came to fruition. They have been on the opposite side of a handful of tag matches, but that's about it.

Things have changed dramatically since that 2003 meeting too.

Cena was not the star he is today at that point. He was still a newcomer, still a rapping heel with more potential than proven moments.

And should Undertaker's last match come against Cena, there would be a certain poetic symmetry to it. After all, it was The Deadman who congratulated Cena backstage after his successful debut over a decade ago.

Legend versus legend, cornerstone versus cornerstone—Undertaker vs. Cena has WrestleMania written all over it.


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