It has often been the case within WWE that those working as creative writers, as well as those who run the company, often change plans at the last minute.
Whether this is to excite or shock fans which make up the WWE Universe is not always clear, but Vince McMahon's latest change of mind is surely set to excite followers of the company.
Change of plan
According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer radio this past Sunday, McMahon has decided to change the original WrestleMania XXXI main event match so that it includes Daniel Bryan.
It is no secret that the 'Yes!' man is one of the most-loved wrestlers by fans on the WWE roster, and given Roman Reigns is among other WWE Superstars to have been booed in favour of Daniel Bryan, it comes as little surprise that this plan has been made.
What is not clear however is what this will mean for the proposed Fast Lane pay-per-view match which takes place at the end of the month and is set to feature Reigns facing Bryan, with the winner facing Brock Lesnar at WerestleMania XXXI for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Title.
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It is rumored that the main event on The Grandest Stage of Them All will instead be a Triple Threat match between Lesnar, Reigns and Bryan.
Although nothing has yet been confirmed, what is clear is that WWE have a lot of options looking ahead to their biggest event of the wrestling calendar.
Seth Rollins could well play a part as the holder of the Money In The Bank briefcase, but there has however been talk of him facing Randy Orton on the same night.
However, having already produced a triple threat match at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view event in January of this year which saw Brock Lesnar, John Cena and Seth Rollins pitted against each other, WWE could well go a different way next month.
Whichever choice they choose to make, so long as Daniel Bryan is involved in some capacity, there is sure to be a great amount of excitement and interest in the main event match.
If fans were able to know the wrestlers and stipulation of the main event sooner however, it would benefit WWE by enabling more of an intriguing build-up to be created in the run up to the event which takes place at the end of March.
To prove the importance of Bryan's role in the WrestleMania XXXI main event even further, you only need to look at the poll which WWE.com promoted over the weekend.
When asked who was more deserved of the WrestleMania main event out of Bryan or Reigns, the former had a staggering 86% of the vote after 32,000 replies.
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