In the WWE we are always looking to the future, wondering what is coming next and we just have to know what will unravel before our eyes in the next chapters.
Well this time some of the editors on WWE.com have taken a stab at what they think will be happening in the business in five years time.
Looking ahead to the WWE of 2019, there are some very bold predictions made for WrestleMania, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and even a new RAW General Manager.
If all of these predictions come true then we could see a very interesting turn over the coming few years for some of the superstars of today.
New man in charge
Well if we believe the WWE editors, RAW will have a new General Manager and surprisingly or not, depending on your world views, it is John Cena.
Would the Doctor of Thuganomics make a good RAW GM?
Well he may not be the greatest business man in the world, but in the build up to his clashes with Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam and Night of Champions he showed his passion.
The level of passion that Cena delivered on a nightly basis during that feud showed that he has no intention of leaving the WWE any time soon.
So maybe a GM role for Cena could work?
The future of WrestleMania
There were two predictions for the future of WrestleMania, arguably the biggest one was that WrestleMania XXXV will be held in China.
Predicted to be infront of 80,000 spectators at Shanghai Stadium, the editors predict the WrestleMania five years from now to be one of the biggest events held outside of North America in WWE history.
Another look at the future of WrestleMania predicts that Roman Reigns will be well into the next big WrestleMania winning streak.
He is currently 2-0 at WrestleMania after his matches whilst a member of the Shield, and they predict he isn't due a Mania loss for a long time to come.
An interesting future
Dean Ambrose to become the longest reigning WWE World Heavyweight Champion in history and Hideo Itami will be the new Mr Money in the Bank.
Along with a brand new WWE Network championship and a battle between RAW and NXT for brand supremacy, the WWE of the future looks very interesting.