With it being the biggest event on the WWE calendar, planning is always going on for WrestleMania throughout the year.
Sometimes the company have plans dating back a whole year, but other times fate dictates that they have to shuffle matches around at the last minute.
We're still five months away from the next instalment, which seems a while away, but with the likes of Survivor Series and Royal Rumble still to come, it'll be approaching quickly.
The card seems impossible to guess at the moment, but the way it's going you'd expect some kind of big match between Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins if their feud hasn't fizzled by then, and fantasy booking would potentially involved a WWE Championship bout between The Miz and Daniel Bryan.
One bout that was teased at the recent SmackDown 1000 event was Batista against Triple H.
During the special appearance from Evolution, including the two aforementioned stars, Ric Flair and Randy Orton, the Animal individually praised every single member and rattled-off their accomplishments.
But he saved a special retort for The Game, stating that he's done everything in the WWE - except beat him - which ended in a tense stare-down in the middle of the ring.
It seemed like all paths were leading to a one-on-one match at New York's MetLife Stadium, but there could now be a major issue.
As it was pretty evident at Crown Jewel this past week, Triple H suffered an injury in the D-Generation X versus Brothers of Destruction tag team bout.
He looked uncomfortable throughout the match, and WWE reported a few hours after the event that he would head back to the United States for surgery on a suspected Pectoral injury.
On the Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer has said that a rumoured main event between Batista and HHH will probably now have to be scrapped as The Game won't recover in time, but Batista may still perform.
And he's also speculated that Randy Orton could face the six-time world champion instead, should The Viper not have any bigger plans for the Grandest Stage of Them All.
The two were involved in the triple threat bout that saw Daniel Bryan walk away from 'Mania 30 with the World Heavyweight Championship, but a one-on-one would mean so much more - despite Batista saying he'd only come back to the WWE for a feud with his former mentor.
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