WWE Wrestlemania 2014 Results: Feuds That Deserve Rematch at Extreme Rules

Aaron Bower@@aaronbowerFeatured ColumnistApril 8, 2014

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WrestleMania XXX provided plenty of matches that will live long in the memory. Arguably top of that list is Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker, which will be forever remembered as the match which ended the infamous streak of Taker.

However, there are some matches which will have left the fans wanting a little bit more heading into the forthcoming weeks and months. Obviously it is unlikely we will see some matches take place again, but there are several which could be explored once againeven at the next pay-per-view, Extreme Rules.

But which battles deserve a rematch at the next pay-per-view the WWE hosts? There are three that immediately spring to mind.


John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt

Quite simply, this has to happen. John Cena beat Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania XXXand it just felt like the wrong decision all round.

Cena vs. Wyatt still has a lot of legs left in it, to be honest. It is a relatively new rivalry, and there are plenty of possible routes the WWE could head down to keep this feud going.

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A match at Extreme Rules seems like a certainty, to be honest. Cena is not really heading in any other direction at the moment, and neither is Wyatt. Their match at WrestleMania XXX was pretty decent, and it would be nice to see it get another run at Extreme Rules.

All in all, this is the match you would like to see happen the most at the next show.


Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton

This rivalry is not overof that there can be little doubt. It feels like it has been going on for monthsbut Bryan and Orton do seem to work pretty well inside the ring.

Orton will no doubt feel he has a legitimate claim at the rematch, especially considering he wasn't pinned or made to tap out at WrestleManiathat honor fell to Batista.

Bryan could quite easily fight a number of different men at the next pay-per-viewbut Orton would be the best man for the job, in all fairness. It would put to bed plenty of differences and grievances the two men have, after all.

With his mandatory rematch clause still in the bag, could he use it at Extreme Rules? At this moment in time, Daniel Bryan's most relevant and interesting opponent looks like Orton. It would mean the other parties involved in this rivalry could be able to head into a completely different feud.


The Shield vs. The Authority

OK, so this isn't exactly the same match we saw at WrestleMania XXXbut the concept is the same.

The New Age Outlaws would be taken out of the fold here and replaced with two other men. After what we saw on the Raw after WrestleMania XXX, could those two men be Triple H and Batista?

The Shield's growing face turn continued when they took out Triple Ha move that will surely have retaliations for the group down the line.

Will Triple H take himself out of the Daniel Bryan rivalry to settle matters with Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins?

And will he use his long-time ally Batista to help take them down? It certainly looks like there is a bit of a faction beginning to developin terms of Kane, Triple H, Batista and Stephanie McMahon.

All in all, this would be a pretty smart match at Extreme Rules.