With The Rock stating his claim to once again becoming the WWE champion, and Brock Lesnar making his return to the WWE, what will the WrestleMania landscape look like? Will we have Brock vs Rock for the coveted gold?
Surely a match between a Hollywood movie star and a former UFC main eventer will draw the kind of buys that WWE is known to salivate over. And with Brock Lesnar already making a statement from his 8-year absence by slamming John Cena with the F5, the likelihood that Brock will be champion are more than likely.
Then if WWE does decide to place the belt on Rocky at WrestleMania, could you imagine the massive exposure the WWE championship will receive as The Brahma Bull walks down the red carpet for his next summer blockbuster?
WWE set the stakes pretty high this year by having two-can’t-miss matches, it is only logical that WWE attempts to lock in Brock-Rock for WrestleMania 29.
Then again, if the Phenom were to return from Death Valley paying his respects to the 20th tombstone in his graveyard, we could very well see Brock vs Undertaker.
The wrestling world still remembers the night when Taker was interviewed following Lesnar’s UFC match, The Deadman, watching as a spectator, made mention that he and Brock have history. Could the once speculated match come to fruition at the Metlife Stadium next year?
If that’s the case, who would face Dwayne Johnson? Will “Once in a Lifetime” become twice, if John Cena decides to challenge Rock to a rematch?
Then again we could see Rock fight a number of proven wrestlers on the roster, or perhaps a legend returns.
Stone Cold Steve Austin has stated that he still has one match left in him. No greater time to come back then the Showcase of the immortals. (Though I would rather see Austin-Punk instead.)
This is the beauty of professional wrestling, anything can happen.
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