WWE: This hypothetical WrestleMania 32 card would sell out AT&T Stadium

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It was announced recently that the annual spectacular WrestleMania would be heading to Dallas, Texas on 3rd April 2016. It will take place at the AT&T Stadium, home of the NFL team Dallas Cowboys.

Big ambition

The stadium can have a maximum capacity of 105,000 seats, and if sold out will break records, not just at the stadium, but for WrestleMania as a whole, breaking the previous record of 93,000 for WrestleMania 3 at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan.

There is ambition for a major statement being made here by selling out for WrestleMania 32, but to do so would require some major fire-power, and some blockbuster matches. Here are a few ideas for match-ups which will wet the appetite of WWE fans the world over.

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Matches involving four huge names

The Rock, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and Ronda Rousey all share one thing in common. All four of these stars clashed during a segment at WrestleMania 31, where Triple H and Stephanie McMahon were gloating about Triple H's victory over Sting earlier on in the night, in The Icon's first ever WWE match.

Insults to the attending crowd prompted the entrance of The Rock, to the delight of the WWE fans. The People's Champion confronted the Authority and traded verbal blows with Triple H. After Stephanie McMahon claimed that The Rock would never hit a woman, The Rock sought out assistance from the spectating UFC Woman's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey.

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After their confrontation ending in a physical scrap, rumours began circulating of possible match-ups involving the four of them. The possible ideas are:

Triple H v The Rock & Stephanie McMahon v Ronda Rousey

Triple H (with Stephanie McMahon) v The Rock (with Ronda Rousey)

Triple H and Stephanie McMahon v The Rock and Ronda Rousey. (tag team match)

All of these possibilities contain the star-power needed to increase ticket sales and PPV buys, especially with the appeal of seeing The Rock compete and Ronda Rousey make her first WWE appearance in a physical capacity.

Stone Cold Steve Austin

Stone Cold Steve Austin is synonymous with WWE, and is one of the, if not the most, famous name and box-office draw in wrestling history all together. Since his retirement in 2003, there have been numerous rumours of him coming out of retirement for one more match, including matches against The Rock, John Cena and, more recently, CM Punk.

A return match in his home state would be a dream-come-true for all WWE fans, with a few possible matches, including John Cena, having box-office smash written all over it.

A double retirement match: Sting vs The Undertaker

For years, this has been touted as a dream match.

When WCW went out of business in 2001, Sting refused to sign with WWE at the time, and although he came close on numerous occasions since, the deal was never right. Eventually Sting signed with WWE in 2014 and rumours about Sting v The Undertaker at WrestleMania 31 spiralled.

Instead, WWE went with Sting v Triple H and The Undertaker v Bray Wyatt. However, with both men over 50, it is thought that both men have limited time left.

A perfect way to end both of their careers is to have one last match against each other at the biggest show of the year. Especially in The Undertaker's home state of Texas, and a potential Hall of Fame headline place, surely this would put people in the seats.

Maybe even a double Hall of Fame headline with both Sting and The Undertaker before WrestleMania 32 would be a special way to send off two of wrestling's all-time greatest characters. 

What do you think WWE fans? What matches do you want to see on the WrestleMania 32 card? Let us know in the comments section below...

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