Last week rumours were circulating that Vince McMahon went into full-blown panic mode heading into Monday Night Raw after Finn Balor sustained an injury and was forced to vacate his WWE Universal Championship.
Not only that, he had to deal with John Cena leaving on another hiatus, while stories continued to leak regarding the Chris Jericho and Brock Lesnar confrontation following SummerSlam.
If this angered Vince, then you can only imagine what he had to go through when he was booking WrestleMania 32 as massive stars such as Seth Rollins, Cena, Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt were unable to compete at the event.
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Vince will be adamant to create the best card for Orlando next year, and it seems as if one match is already in the works for the event.
Earlier this week, Triple H made his return as he hit Roman Reigns and Rollins with a Pedigree, allowing Kevin Owens to cover Rollins to leave as the new champion.
The Game then had a staredown with Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon before exiting through the crowd, and it seems like the WWE are reverting to feuds and matches that were pencilled in for last year.
According to Dave Meltzer, the ending of the match will lead to Triple H taking on Rollins next year. If you remember, it was speculated that the two would battle it out at WrestleMania 32, but Rollins sadly suffered an injury and had to miss the event altogether.
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So the WWE could be revisiting that feud, as the Pedigree effectively turned Rollins a face while it remains interesting to see what will happen with Reigns as he too ate a Pedigree, although losing to him at WrestleMania could have played a big part in attacking him.
There’s plenty of time before WrestleMania comes around, and there are still two of the big four pay-per-views remaining in Survivor Series and the Royal Rumble, so it looks like it could be a lengthy feud if it is to culminate just under a year from now.
Although, it gives them plenty of time to hype up their match to make it a must-watch on the night.
If Vince is going back to the original plans, it may not be a big surprise to see Cena face off against The Undertaker, or perhaps even an attempt to lure The Rock back into the squared circle to take on Lesnar.
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