We all know (at least those of us who aren't short-sighted) that not only will the Undertaker one day face off with John Cena at Wrestemania, but that they're clearly saving it for the Undertaker's final match. (They've been kept apart this long for a reason, hopefully you're able to figure out why on your own.) But when it comes time to finally book that match, do you feel they should resurrect the idea of doing a year long build like they did with John Cena/The Rock and announce a year ahead of time that it'll be the match that headlines the next year's Wrestlemania? Imagine the night after a Wrestlemania, for example, John Cena is out there giving a promo at the end of the show and then the lights go out and the Undertaker comes out and confronts Cena. After a long, cold stare into Cena's eyes without saying anything, he points towards the Wrestlemania sign and gives a short speech about how he wants Cena for Wrestlemania next year and how he intends for it to be his "last ride" (the Undertaker's last ride, that is... I've always believed the way Taker's final match should be promoted is him announcing that it's his final match and handpicking the last great opponent that he wants to do battle with.) Yay? Or is it still too soon to do the "one year hype" thing again?