The road to WrestleMania 32 this year is paved with a ton of question marks. How do question marks get in a road? Not sure, ask the department of transportation, or just assume it’s because almost every single main event level WWE star is on the shelf.
Cena’s recovering from shoulder surgery, Rollins is still out, Randy Orton is home RKOing random neighbors, Cesaro is out, future Hall of Famer Sting is only healthy enough to give a speech and nobody wants to give Daniel Bryan the “YES! YES! YES!” to get back into the ring. So where does that leave the WWE in terms of WrestleMania 32 matches?
Well, it could be worse. Here’s the speculation on WrestleMania 32 based on who’s healthy, available and worth fans paying a ton of money to see.
The rumored main event for WrestleMania 32 is Triple H versus Roman Reigns for the WWE Heavyweight Championship which means either Reigns retains at the Royal Rumble OR Triple H returns in slot #30 and screw him over and head into Texas as the world champion. A Reigns win at WrestleMania is much more exciting than him retaining so let’s hope it’s the latter.
The Undertaker and Brock Lesner are both penciled in for Texas but thankfully not against one another for the 800th time. Their opponents could be either Bray Wyatt, Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio, Kevin Owens or Portuguese Man of War Aldo Montoya.
The Rock will be at WrestleMania 32 (but not wrestling) and Stone Cold Steve Austin should be at the event (but absolutely not wrestling). The Rock could be in Ronda Rousey’s corner in a match against Stephanie McMahon because Rousey isn’t stepping foot in an octagon any time soon and Stephanie is training for something.
There’s still a ton of time left between now and April 3rd for things to change and more wrestlers to get injured.