WrestleMania XXXI is just around the corner and the excitement amongst the WWE Universe is reaching fever pitch ahead of pro wrestling's biggest event.
While fans are talking about what will unfold in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, there are also those fans that have one eye on WrestleMania 32 in Texas next year, after several rumors surfaced regarding Brock Lesnar and The Rock.
Brock Lesnar re-signed with the WWE earlier this week and revealed all in an interview with ESPN's SportsCenter. In the interview, Lesnar explained that he had signed a new, three-year deal that will still see him work part-time for full-time pay.
The fact that Lesnar has signed for another three years has subsequently added fuel to rumors that have Lesnar and The Rock facing each other at WrestleMania 32 next year. And, according to reports today via Pro Wrestling Observer (reported by NoDQ), it is said that The Rock will not be the only legend present next year in Texas.
"WWE officials are looking to load WrestleMania 32 up since they want to fill Cowboys Stadium and break attendance records," NoDQ reported.
"The idea is that any talent who is a Legend and can still perform, besides the retired Ric Flair of course, will probably get asked to work the show."
Whether or not the WWE can actually manage to bring back every legend for next year's Mania remains to be seen, with the likelihood of this plan coming to fruition depending on the health of the legends in question.
As NoDQ adds, the health of The Undertaker following this year's shot at Mania will be taken into consideration, as will be the health of former stars such as Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin and others that may be up for one last dance in WWE.
"It will be interesting to see what happens with The Undertaker at WWE's WrestleMania 31 on Sunday. WWE has wanted to have his retirement match at WrestleMania 32 in Dallas next year but that will likely depend on what happens creatively Sunday and Taker's overall health."