There is no shortage of drama heading into WrestleMania, and many of the feuds will likely be resolved at the PPV. Here is a quick rundown of every feud on the card.
Jack Swagger and Alberto Del Rio:
These two seem like a feud tailor-made for each other because they are. Jack Swagger would not have been paired with Zeb Colter for this gimmick had WWE not planned on having him feud with Alberto Del Rio. Swagger is basically playing the part of the bigot while Del Rio is the dashing Spanish hero.
Team Hell No and Dolph Ziggler's crew:
This one is simple. AJ has dated half the locker room and now her current boyfriend is looking to take out her exes.
Ryback and Mark Henry:
Two powerhouses seeing who can hit who with their finisher first and hardest.
Brock Lesnar and Triple H:
This feud goes back to right before SummerSlam last year. Not only did Brock break the arm of The Game twice, but he also broke Shawn Michaels arm. Now that Lesnar has returned and taken out Vince McMahon, it is time for Triple H to take his revenge.
CM Punk and The Undertaker:
Even though this feud is new compared to some on the card, Punk and Undertaker have some history. Punk and Undertaker fought a series of matches in 2009 over the World title, one of which saw Punk win by submission in a match meant to mirror the Montreal screwjob.
Now Punk has taken things a step further by disrespecting Paul Bearer and stealing the urn. Undertaker is putting his streak on the line against Punk in order to regain his sacred urn and put down the man who disrespected his mentor.
Sheamus, Randy Orton, Big Show and The Shield:
Big Show joins Sheamus and Orton in yet another six-man match featuring The Shield. So far the trio of newcomers has put down everyone who has challenged them, but this time they might have too much to handle against Big Show.
John Cena and The Rock:
This is a feud that has been going for two years. WrestleMania 27 saw The Rock cost John Cena the WWE title, beginning their journey to this point. At Survivor Series that same year we saw The Rock and John Cena defeat Awesome Truth, followed by The Rock delivering a Rock Bottom to Cena. WrestleMania 28 saw The Rock beat Cena fair and square in a singles match, surprising many who expected him to put Cena over. Now, The Rock is WWE champion and John Cena is on a quest to regain the title he has held more times than anyone in WWE history.