A WWE.com employee has released their predictions for next year's WrestleMania and it seems many fans will be happy if they become a reality.
The headline of the list sees Cesaro - a superstar who is currently on fire and set only improve under Paul Heyman, turning his back on his new manager and challenging the breaker of The Streak Brock Lesnar in what should be an epic encounter.
Following his record breaking showing in this years Royal Rumble, it seems Roman Reigns is set for an even bigger 2015 as he could be winning the Rumble match and going on to challenge for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at "The Showcase of the Immortals."
But the World Heavyweight Championship could set to be changed back into two titles, which would explain why there hasn't been a new belt made for the title yet.
Other highlights from the list see John Cena join The Wyatt Family, which would mean the feud that began at this years WrestleMania could be stretched out over the entire year.
Cody Rhodes cash in the Money in the Bank briefcase that he will win at this year's Pay-per-view, Stephanie McMahon will finally step back into the ring and challenge for the Divas Championship, Zeb Colter will create his own stable of Real Americans and Undertaker will finally walk away from WWE.
This means the Sting v Undertaker match could still go ahead but what would be the point? Taker has no streak to defend any more so it will be interesting to see how WWE build this up. It would also be interesting to see if WWE change any of their script ideas after this article or if any of these predictions will become a reality.
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