WrestleMania is the WWE's greatest showcase of talent, but it's a fact of life that not everyone has an equal opportunity to perform. Some Superstars will unfortunately be left off the card completely, while others may only have a few minutes to impress. A couple matches will inevitably fall into the latter group at WrestleMania XXIX.
After the most recent edition of Raw, there are now eight matches confirmed for WrestleMania's main card. There could still be a match or two added in the coming days, but the past two WrestleManias have had eight matches, so it's fairly safe to assume that this one will be no different. If that is the case, then there are a couple obvious bouts that could be cut short.
The first one that comes to mind is Chris Jericho vs. Fandango. The build toward that match didn't start until last week, and it wasn't made official until Raw. Things have certainly intensified between the two Superstars, but I can't imagine that they'll be given more than eight to 10 minutes. Jericho is still among the best in-workers in professional wrestling; however, this match is clearly undercard filler.
Team Hell No vs. Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston for the Tag Team Championships could easily get the same treatment. Kane, Daniel Bryan and Ziggler are all legitimate stars, and Langston is a promising prospect, but there hasn't been much attention paid to the tag straps recently. The WWE has a number of tag teams, yet it decided to put Ziggler and Langston in the title match despite the fact that they have never teamed together.