With The Authority and The Shield having some form of a falling out, it would be smart to have Roman Reigns, arguably The Shield member with the most up-side, take on HHH, who had made a mockery out of what The Shield originally stood for. WWE has done a really good job keeping the strengths of Reigns prominent and hiding his weaknesses. He still leaves a little to be desired as a wrestler in singles matches, and on the microphone. Working with a veteran such as HHH could really help him in that department.
Reigns has risen up pretty quickly over the last two months or so, and a match against HHH, especially a victory over HHH, could really cement his status as a main event player in WWE. It would seem obvious that Reigns should pick up the victory, but in the wacky world of WWE, you never know what is going to happen in a Triple H match.
Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar-No Disqualification
Personally I do not believe that The Rock is going to return this year, so that leaves the marquee match concerning part-time performers being The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar, with Undertakers Wresltemania streak being on the line of course. I really believe that this could be Undertaker's last match ever, so this year, more than any other, I could see the streak coming to an end, and there a few men with a better case to end the streak than Brock Lesnar.
Brock and Undertaker have history together, with Brock beating 'Taker in a memorable feud over the Undisputed World Championship on several occasions, including an awesome Hell in a Cell match, where Brock beat Undertaker fair and square inside the Cell. That means Brock is one of the only people who really got the best of 'Taker, setting up a match that should be fantastic at Wrestlemania 30.
WWE has gotten a lot of spite thrown towards it because of how they screwed up Daniel Bryan's WWE Title victories. While they probably deserved a lot of that criticism, they can still salvage Bryan's popularity and finally make him the rightful champion that he deserves to be. By having Bryan win the Royal Rumble and finally get one more chance at taking down Randy Orton in the main event of Wrestlemania 30, WWE could make up smoothly for all of their wrongdoings concerning Daniel Bryan.
I'm not even going to begin to speculate on the status of the world titles, but I am just going to assume that Orton will have the title, or they will be vacated after something happened between Orton and Cena. This could very well be the first match to actually crown a unified champion, which would make the match even bigger.
You could make the argument that Brock vs Undertaker, or even Hogan and Cena teaming up would be a more important match and thus be the main-event, but I believe that WWE should have Orton and Bryan go on last. Not only are you justifying the idea that the Unified Championship is the most important thing in the company, but you are also letting two FULL-TIME wrestlers that spend 300+ days on the road main event Wrestlemania, which I think is important.
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