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According to a report from Marc Middleton of WrestlingInc.com, the WWE has discussed a potential re-match between the Rock and Cena at WrestleMania 29.
As noted before, WWE officials were discussing a potential John Cena vs. The Rock rematch this past weekend. There has also been talk of doing a third match between the two. If they go with the trilogy, the rematch would take place sometime this year with the third match taking place at WrestleMania 29 in New Jersey.
This may not sit well with many fans because the WWE has booked this as a "Once in a Lifetime" match.
It may be a good idea to set up a feud between another old fan favorite against a current one, but another one-year long booking of Rock vs. Cena may just annoy the fans.
If the WWE is smart they would make sure to have CM Punk and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin plant the seeds for their own battle at WrestleMania 29. That match would likely surpass the level of excitement the fans had for the Rock and Cena match.
Is it a good idea for the WWE to plant seeds for next year's WrestleMania now?
The idea of setting up storylines for next year's WrestleMania is good, but it is not ideal.
The WWE may not be able to book a coule of storylines well because it seemed like they had trouble dealing with one this past year.
There should be some mention of what to expect from WrestleMania next year. However, there should be no more re-matches. There should only be match ups that fans really want to see like Austin vs. Punk or the Rock vs. Brock Lesnar.
Regardless of what the WWE plans for next year, this year's WrestleMania will definitely live up to the hype. The fans of the WWE will watch the best WrestleMania in the past decade this Sunday live from Miami, Fla.
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