WrestleMania 32 is just around the corner and the match card is filled with some cracking clashes that should make it an awesome event.
The three biggest matches on the card are a No Holds Barred match between Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose, a Hell in a Cell match between Shane McMahon and The Undertaker, and the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match between Triple H and Roman Reigns.
Usually, it is the WWE Championship bout that is the last clash to take place every year at The Showcase of The Immortals. However, current rumors have suggested the WWE might be moving away from the norm this year.
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According to Cageside Seats, the match that will main event WrestleMania will be the Hell in a Cell clash of Shane McMahon vs The Undertaker, and not the Roman Reigns vs Triple WWE title bout. The last match to main event WrestleMania to not involve the WWE World Title was The Rock vs John Cena at WrestleMania 28. Before that, it was Shawn Michaels vs The Undertaker at WrestleMania 26.
For what is at stake in this match, it's no wonder it could possibly be bumped up to the main event slot at WrestleMania on April 3 at the AT&T Stadium. It makes perfect sense as it could alter WWE history in a dramatic way if either man wins.
Since the match was announced, we have known that if Shane-O-Mac wins the clash, he will gain control of Monday Night Raw. However, this past week on Monday Night Raw, another stipulation was added to the match by Vince McMahon.
The WWE Chairman announced that if The Phenom loses to Shane, then he will be barred from ever competing at WrestleMania again. Not exactly putting an end to his WWE career, but it is in a sense considering The Undertaker usually only comes back to the company for a match on The Grandest Stage of Them All.
Another reason why McMahon vs Undertaker might become the main event could be down to the WWE worrying about the reaction to the ending of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match. Reigns is predicted to walk out as the new champion, but because the WWE Universe feels like it is being forced fed The Big Dog, they will likely boo the outcome, sending fans home unhappy.
Having the Hell in a Cell match as the main event will help the WWE avoid boos closing the show, as if Shane wins, they'll finally have someone else other than The Authority control Raw. Also, if The Undertaker wins, the WWE Universe will still cheer as one of the top babyfaces of the company has won a match.
Many believe that if Shane wins, he will use his power to reverse the stipulation on The Undertaker so he can compete at WrestleMania once again, but with the match also being in Texas - his home state - it's the perfect stage for his retirement as well. If it was to be his last match as well, it would be a crime not to have it as the main event.