By Thomas Brunt
When it was clear John Cena's WrestleMania status was in question, plans called for some change, since he wouldn't be able to wrestle the rumored match with the Undertaker on the grandest stage of them all.
The lack of super stardom and enthusiasm for an anticipated headliner constrained Vince McMahon to realize totally new possibilities, to think outside the box. Shane McMahon's return to WWE, even if only for WrestleMania certainly adds some interest back to the event. It should be expressed however, just a restricted measure of interest in light of the fact that the streak is no more alive.
I am not going to question Shane's ability to go in the ring, as while it has been a while since he last laced a pair of boots up, we have gotten to see what he is capable of, and it is far from bad. In addition to that, the match stipulation being inside the Cell, and the post match implications should keep fans in their seats.
Then we have what looks like could be, in my opinion the show stealer in Brock Lesnar vs Dean Ambrose. The addition of this match being No Holds Barred is huge, as it only enhances what they are normally capable of on their own. Fans were given a little taste of this at Fastlane in the triple threat, and I can honestly say I am looking forward to seeing more of it come April, 3rd. As much as I love Dean though, Lesnar has to win the match in order to preserve his image. In the end though, I do not think this is a match I will complain about.
There is sufficient motivation to stay tuned in, and watch WrestleMania, on the grounds that regardless of the fact that it's not what we want it to be, it certainly promises to be interesting.
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