The Undertaker vs John Cena looks likely to happen at WrestleMania 32

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WrestleMania 32 looks set to be the biggest 'Mania of all time, with Vince McMahon and the rest of the WWE looking to put on an amazing show to attract over 100,000 fans to AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.

Rumors have abounded about a potential Brock Lesnar vs Stone Cold match, The Rock facing Triple H one last time, and how they will make Roman Reigns win the World Heavyweight Championship - face it, this is happening.

There has also been speculation about what The Undertaker will be doing at what could be his last ever 'Mania, and it seems more and more likely that it will involve John Cena.


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Cena-Taker Going Ahead?

Cena and Taker are two of the biggest stars in the WWE's recent history and it seems like they could finally be battling out at WrestleMania.

According to a report from PW Insider, via Wrestling Inc, plans are pushing ahead for Taker to go face to face with Cena inside the squared circle, with talks about the match having been going on for months now.

"It appears WWE is going forward with the John Cena vs. The Undertaker match at WrestleMania 32 as it was seriously discussed it in August and then again in October," the report said.

Hopefully, this sees Taker win and go out on a high by beating Cena in his last match. After all, Undertaker has lost his streak so the WWE need to let him go out with a bang. The Deadman is getting old now, and in my selfish opinion, I don't want to see him wrestle that much more and get hurt again.

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