By the end of this past January, three matches had been booked for the top of WrestleMania 28's card, and the WWE spent the majority of their February promo time building up John Cena vs. The Rock, CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho and The Undertaker vs. Triple H.
In their haste to build those matches, the vast majority of the WWE roster hadn't been booked into a WrestleMania match or even a decent feud so the WWE has spent most of March playing catch up and booking a number of matches that defy logic, such as Randy Orton vs Kane and the Divas tag match featuring guest Maria Menounos, simply to get wrestlers on the card.
Perhaps the worst offender of these poor bookings is the 12-man tag match known as 'Team Teddy vs. Team Johnny.' Though it may turn out to be a well-paced, action-packed match, the battle to be the General Manager of both Raw and Smackdown may be the most ill-conceived match in recent WrestleMania history.
Here are four reasons why 'Team Teddy vs. Team Johnny' should have never been booked...