I know it's still early and kind of a shot in the dark, but I believe there might be enough incentive to start taking educated guesses as to what the headline match of next year's Wrestlemania will be. Just for fun, try to speculate what do you think it will be? I'm personally betting on either John Cena defending (and losing) the WWE Championship to Roman Reigns, or Brock Lesnar defending (and losing) the championship to either Roman Reigns or John Cena. On one hand, giving Brock Lesnar the championship and having him drop it to someone on his way out (since his contract is up at WM31, assuming he doesn't sign another extension) would be a great way to go. I've always thought that was the perfect way to book Lesnar's departure and in that case, I could see him dropping it to either Reigns or Cena. He's been talking about returning to the UFC and that could be where he heads if he leaves WWE next year, and putting over the face of the company on the way out just as he did on the way in would be their way of further reinforcing the viewpoint to everyone that WWE>UFC. On the other hand, Reigns is being booked to be the next breakout star and if all goes right with his push (i.e. he continues to build momentum, they don't fuck it up, etc.), it seems almost a given that he's winning the Rumble and the championship at Mania next year. If there's ever one new(er) star you can bank on Lesnar putting over huge before his departure, it's Reigns. Wrestlemania or not, I'd bet the farm that Lesnar puts over Reigns at some point before he leaves. The problem with the Brock championship scenario is that if Rock does return next year, he and Brock are pretty much locked in with each other (and that certainly won't be for the title), in which case I see the main event championship match being John Cena (champion) putting over Roman Reigns to create the next big main event star. Elsewhere, the WM31 card will be Rock/Brock, maybe Undertaker/Sting, HHH against someone, etc. So at the moment, I'd likely go with Cena versus Reigns, with the latter being crowned champion for the first time.