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Fans believe they know why the WWE hasn't made Cena v Undertaker for WrestleMania 34

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We're firmly on the road to WrestleMania now that both brands have their final pay-per-views before the extravaganza in New Orleans on April 8.

Raw will host the Elimination Chamber this Sunday that will see six women make history as they contest the first-ever women's Elimination Chamber match.

Those women are the champion Alexa Bliss, Sasah Banks, Bayley, Sonya DeVille, Mickie James and Mandy Rose.

The men have their top seven superstars all vying for a shot at Brock Lesnar's Universal title at WrestleMania and that match features John Cena, Elias, The Miz, Braun Strowman, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Finn Balor.

With WrestleMania around the corner, a lot of matches are yet to be made for the Grandaddy of Them All.

If the assumptions are correct; Reigns will win the Elimination Chamber and AJ Styles will retain his WWE title at WWE Fastlane. If they do, Reigns will face Lesnar while Styles pencils in a date with Royal Rumble winner, Shinsuke Nakamura.

That leaves a whole host of stars without a dance partner for New Orleans and fans are concerned that the company have not announced that Cena will finally be taking on The Undertaker at WrestleMania.

Fans have begun doubting that the bout will even happen, but the WWE Universe have made a good point on Twitter, too.

With Cena in the Elimination Chamber match, it wouldn't make much sense to have them announce his match with the Deadman beforehand, then plenty of fans would know that Cena wouldn't be winning.

Plus, after the Chamber, there is still six solid weeks of WWE programming to go. Knowing that the Phenom can't really get physical before such a big match, what would creative have the pair of them do for that long to build the rivalry?

It's thought that Elias could feature against Cena if the 'Taker match doesn't happen, but fans would likely be majorly disappointed if Cena was announced against anyone else but the legendary 'Taker, which would detract from the rub Elias would surely otherwise get.

Do you think Cena and Taker will get it on this year? Let us know in the comment section below.

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