WrestleMania XXIX is just over three weeks away. Storylines are finally coming together, matches are being made and remade, and feuds are coming to a head.
With less than a month until the biggest annual event in pro wrestling, fans are already starting to make predictions and decide what they want to see. And while those predictions and desires vary from fan to fan, there are some things that most everyone wants to see.
So, without further delay, here are five things that most fans would like to see at WrestleMania XXIX.
WWE asked for this one. Brock Lesnar was bloodied by Triple H a few weeks back, and then Triple H brought up blood in his promo calling out Brock Lesnar.
They have established the expectation that if and when this match happens, it has to be an all-out war. Triple H is looking for vengeance, and nothing short of destroying Brock Lesnar will satisfy him.
That means this match needs to be similar to the Lesnar vs. Cena bloodbath from Extreme Rules last year. Anything less will simply be a disappointment.
Ryback needs a win. Badly. For one reason or another, Ryback simply hasn't won a big match. He's lost several times to CM Punk and has lost to The Shield in tag matches. Simply put, Ryback hasn't won the big matches.
Fans are dying to go nuts for Ryback, and a win against Mark Henry, or someone else, at WrestleMania, can finally give Ryback the big win he needs to become a superstar.
Fans are hungry for a Ryback win. It's time for Ryback to satiate his hunger.
Dolph Ziggler isn't exactly beloved, but crowds get behind him often enough. And throw in his partnership with AJ, and I'm not sure if there are too many male fans that will complain when he comes out.
Ziggler has held the World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank briefcase since July 15 of 2012, and assuming Ziggler doesn't interrupt the Alberto Del Rio-Jack Swagger storyline, he won't cash in until at the absolute earliest April 7, which is WrestleMania XXIX.
Ziggler fans are growing restless, and he's running out of time to cash in. There won't be a better time or place for Ziggler to do it than WrestleMania.
Anyone but Cena. That will likely be the attitude of most of the WrestleMania live audience, and a sizable portion of the audience at home.
Already, Cena is booed in arenas across the country. The "Cena Sucks" chants aren't just shouted by a loud minority anymore.
While "hardcore" fans may not be too thrilled to have The Rock as WWE Champion, they'll be even less thrilled to see Cena holding the title as WrestleMania XXIX signs off.
20-0. It's a record that will likely never be duplicated. CM Punk is the latest to try and add a "1" to Undertaker's WrestleMania loss column. But fans in general don't want to see that.
Let's get one thing straight, though. If anyone in WWE today could take The Streak, it would be CM Punk. That being said, if and when Undertaker loses, you can bet that's the last time we see him. Fans just aren't ready to say goodbye to The Deadman just yet.
Couple that with the untimely death of Paul Bearer (real name William Moody), and fans will firmly be behind Undertaker.
R.I.P. Paul Bearer. You will be sorely missed.