WWE Wrestlemania 30 Winners: Projecting Top Feuds for PPV's Victors
It was a historic night at WrestleMania XXX, with some amazing feats and memorable moments that will live forever.
Chief amongst them is Daniel Bryan's win against all the odds, as he finally became the WWE World Heavyweight champion.
However, whilst the celebrations will continue for the winners at WrestleMania, attention will quickly turn to their next move regarding a new rivalry.
So, let's take a look at the next feuds for the winners at this historic pay-per-view.
AJ Lee's remarkable run as Divas champion continued at WrestleMania XXX—against all the odds.
She will pass the 300-day barrier as champion of the women's division this week, after she made Naomi tap out to retain her belt.
In all fairness, there is hardly anyone left for her to feud with. But there is one logical option that would make for some intrigue—Tamina Snuka.
Her bodyguard and ally would be a good candidate for Lee to fight—given how she has almost beaten every other woman that is currently active.
John Cena overcame the odds once again at WrestleMania XXX, and consigned Bray Wyatt to a pretty shocking defeat, in all fairness.
It seemed slightly peculiar that Cena was the man to win that match—there was surely more logic in Bray beating Cena, and finally arriving as a huge star.
However, it was Cena's night at WrestleMania—as is often the case. It's interesting to try and map out a potential feud for Cena moving forward, too.
We now have a babyface as champion, so the title picture is not designed for Cena at this moment in time. Perhaps Batista would be a smart option for Cena?
Out of all the winners at 'Mania, predicting Cena's next feud is perhaps the toughest job of all.
The Shield confirmed to the world that they are very much still a unit at WrestleMania, as they quickly disposed of their opponents at the event.
It was a ruthless, merciless job by Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins. They showed that they are going forward with some serious momentum, and they have big futures.
However, when you are a trio, the only realistic option is for six-man tag action for your rivalries and feuds.
There is one option that the WWE could re-explore—The Wyatt Family. Their feud was excellent a few months back, and with The Shield now babyface, it would be a fantastic spectacle once again.
In terms of logical and sensible steps, this ticks all the boxes.
Perhaps the most pleasing aspect of the night for many WWE fans was the emergence of Cesaro as a top star.
It is a bold, exciting move by the WWE to have Cesaro winning that Battle Royal—but hopefully it will launch his singles career in real style.
With his split from The Real Americans seemingly in place, now is the time for Cesaro to push forward. However, to fully seal that split—and subsequent face turn—he needs to finish off Jack Swagger.
Big things are in the pipeline for the Swiss sensation, but his first task will be turning over his former tag partner.
History was finally made in the career of Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania XXX.
He pulled double duty, and managed to triumph on both occasions, finally getting his hands on the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
So where now for the new champion—who is very much the face of the company?
The simple—and perhaps likely—answer is Randy Orton. He has a rematch clause ready to use, which you imagine will be rolled out at Extreme Rules.
It was a pretty good rivalry for both Bryan and Orton in the past, and they are arguably the top two guys in the company at the moment.
All in all, Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton just seems to make sense.