WWE WrestleMania 2014: How to Best Book Top Feuds for PPV

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WWE WrestleMania 2014: How to Best Book Top Feuds for PPV
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WWE WrestleMania XXX is supposed to be the biggest event in the history of sports entertainment, and it needs to be treated with the respect it deserves.

A few mistakes here and there are to be expected, but WWE cannot afford to screw up too much or it will tarnish the legacy of the event.

Its success or failure rests on two factors: the performance of the wrestlers and the plans set in place by the creative team.

No matter how good a script is, a bad actor can ruin a film. The same applies in professional wrestling.

If we are to assume that all of the men on the card perform their duties well, the success of the card depends on how it is booked.

So what guidelines should WWE put in place for these matches? Who should win and how should these feuds advance leading up to the event?

It's time to merge fan fiction with fantasy writing as we break down how WrestleMania's top feuds should be booked.

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