The staff at WWE.com recently made eight bold predictions for WrestleMania 32 in a piece for the site.
Some of the scenarios included an NXT Diva defending the WWE Divas Championship at the event, Kalisto winning the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal and all three Shield members competing in a Triple Threat match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
One of the biggest predictions made was Sting and The Undertaker having a one-on-one bout for the first time ever.
“OK, we’ll admit it: Seeing DX vs. The nWo was awesome. Like, childhood dream-fulfilled awesome. And watching Sting finally set foot at WrestleMania, where he always belonged, felt like fulfillment for fans who thought we’d never see it happen. But The Monday Night War, The Attitude Era, hell, the ‘90s wrestling boom itself isn’t over, can’t be over, until we get Sting vs. The Undertaker.
Now that The Phenom has gotten his groove back at the big dance with a win over Bray Wyatt, dream matches that seemed doomed to limbo after the obliteration of The Streak are now in play. And now that Sting has shown he belongs at WrestleMania, the sky’s the limit on who he might go toe-to-toe with. We’ve always been curious. Sting’s gone on the record about wanting the match. And the WWE Universe definitely still wants it. There are no more roadblocks, no more excuses, nothing left to hold them back. Let The Vigilante and The Last Outlaw loose on each other, and once and for all, may the best man win.”
The legendary superstars were caught chatting at an airport in San Jose following the WrestleMania 31 festivities.
They were both rumored to appear on the March 30 edition of “Monday Night Raw” to set the wheels in motion for a match, but that didn’t end up happening.
Make. This. Happen. The teases are too much.