WrestleMania is never far from the minds of the WWE Universe and next year's event is set to be the biggest one yet.
Returning to Texas for the first time since 2009 and being hosted by the Dallas Cowboys' incredible AT&T Stadium, the WWE are expected to pull out all of the stops to make this the biggest one yet.
Who will headline?
From rumours of retirement matches for the Undertaker and Sting to the possibility of legends like Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock returning, WrestleMania 32 should be a night to remember.
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With the event now over four months away, everyone has started questioning who will be in the main event and unsurprisingly the name Roman Reigns continues to surface.
Reigns was in the main event of this year's event but it is rumoured that there are different contenders to be facing him.
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Last year Reigns went one on one with Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and the Beast Incarnate is once again linked with Reigns for next year.
A clash between Reigns and Lesnar for the second year running is supposedly dependant on one man.
John Cena's WrestleMania plans are yet to be revealed but a clash with the Undertaker appears to be the biggest expectation.
Cena is however a contender to face Reigns at WrestleMania with some even speculating that it could be for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
A match with Cena would raise one question about the future for Reigns and that is, would he be the heel or the face in the match?
Either way, we can expect the plans for both Cena and Reigns to become much clearer by January and the Royal Rumble.
What will be the main event?
With all the rumours surrounding WrestleMania, at this very early stage there is only really two things that we know for sure.
We know that former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins will not be competing after suffering a serious injury on the company's UK tour last week.
We can also guarantee that the Undertaker will not be facing Lesnar as the two have feuded for a lot of 2015 and have now ended their 13 year rivalry.
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