Will Undertaker really end his streak? Will Punk become the biggest heel in recent history? Photo Courtesy of WWE.com
One of the biggest downfalls of any WWE pay-per-view is its predictability. There are numerous occasions where the outcome seems obvious or where the creative team only has one way to go with a match, which can take away from the event as a whole.
WrestleMania 29 won't have that issue.
While some of the matches seem obvious at first glance, there are endless possibilities in this year's event.
For example, it seems like Taker obviously has to beat Punk, right? Does he, though? Taker's health was apparently a major concern this year, so much of a concern that there was talk of him missing 'Mania.
If Taker is in such rough shape physically, will he really be around for another year? We also have to remember that CM Punk was on his way to being the biggest heel in the WWE before The Rock took the WWE Championship. What if the WWE wants to put Punk over the top to go down forever in heeldom by defeating the Phenom and ending the streak?
The same goes for The Rock and John Cena. It appears that Cena would beat the Rock, take the title back and go on as SuperCena, overcoming the odds and beating adversity. Not so fast! The Rock has agreed to a few post-WrestleMania 29 events, including Extreme Rules. That could mean he'll hold on the title longer than anyone has expected.
While some of the matches may seem obvious at first glance, WrestleMania 29 has a very legitimate chance at tossing out some big surprises to the WWE Universe, making 'Mania a memorable event for fans everywhere.