WrestleMania XXX: Clash of the Titans?

Toby FoxContributor IMarch 18, 2011

Will it properly happen? (photo belongs entirely to studentworld.com)
Will it properly happen? (photo belongs entirely to studentworld.com)

During my browsing of the Internet, I came across this very interesting short clip of John Cena regarding himself at WrestleMania 30.



For those of you who may not be able to access the video, it is a clip of John Cena answering the question, "Who would you like to headline WrestleMania 30 with?" Interestingly enough, he replied that he would like to challenge the Undertaker for The Streak at WrestleMania 30.

This could be absolutely huge, the face of the WWE versus the living legend of the company. The near unbeatable John Cena and the Phenom the Undertaker who currently holds a perfect WrestleMania streak of 18-0 just being in the ring together would be absolutely huge.

Should the streak still be alive by then (which I pray it will, it will never end) then this could be one of, if not the biggest match in WWE history, the streak may be more threatened by Cena than it was by HBK. 

However, a lot can change between now and WrestleMania 30, about three years in which a lot of things can change. Undertaker is really getting on now and suffering from injuries almost constantly and may even retire after WrestleMania 27, most fans would agree that it is unlikely Undertaker would be wrestling by WrestleMania 30. Even so, the WWE is notorious for changing their lineups so other matches may be on the cards for both men.

Or we are treated to this generation's potential Hogan vs. Rock, Undertaker vs. Cena would be a match for the history books and buyrates would spike massively just due to this one match, which could potentially give less established talent a chance to shine, they can be risked being on the show without hurting the buyrates.

Could Superman overcome the Streak? Or will he be the prize scalp of the Undertaker? We may miss out on dream matches such as Undertaker vs. Sting, but this match would be a worthy replacement, perhaps the biggest name in the history of wrestling versus the current personification of wrestling. One on one. At WrestleMania 30.