As everyone knows (or may not know), Wrestlemania 32 is already being considered a bigger-deal-than-the-usual-Wrestlemania because it's being booked in the AT&T Stadium, which has an 80,000 seat capacity with enough expandable room to include 105,000 people overall. And that has everyone thinking that if they hold a big enough match and save a big enough moment for that year, it could be their best chance to break the Wrestlemania 3 attendance record of 93,000 people, which still stands after nearly three decades. Originally, a lot of people (including Steve Austin on one of his podcasts) thought that Undertaker/John Cena was being saved for this event, but that's obviously out the window now that the streak is dead. So I'm personally thinking that other than Steve Austin having one final match (it being in Texas and all), it's possible the big moment they have saved up for what could end up being their largest crowd ever is keeping Lesnar's first (and possibly only) defeat since ending the streak for there. Imagine Lesnar didn't win the championship this year but rather near the end of 2015 or the beginning of 2016, and then only suffered his first loss at Wrestlemania 32 by putting someone over huge as the man who finally conquered the Streak-Killer (and became the new WWE Champion as a result.) How would you feel if they had Lesnar remain undefeated for two years instead of one? Obviously, there's some arguments against it (namely that Lesnar/Bryan likely won't be happening anytime soon) but overall, having to wait two years instead of just one to see someone triumph over Lesnar would carry more weight.