WWE: 7 Reasons Why Bray Wyatt Must Beat John Cena At WrestleMania

There are four matches that should be considered the main ones in terms of being able to carry WrestleMania 30....

John Canton

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There are four matches that should be considered the main ones in terms of being able to carry WrestleMania 30. If those four matches are all above average and a couple of them are match of the year contenders then we’re talking about an all-time great show.

The matches of most importance are Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H, Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match that’s Randy Orton vs. Batista vs. Daniel Bryan most likely and the one we’re here to look at today, John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt. Most of the matches at WrestleMania 30 are predictable. This one is not.

When the rumors were swirling that Cena wasn’t going to be a part of the WWE Title match this year people were shocked by it. He always seems to be around the WWE Title whenever WrestleMania comes around (aside from two years ago against The Rock), but this year they have made him focus on somebody else: Bray Wyatt.

It’s not like Cena chose to focus on Wyatt. It was Wyatt choosing him. He’s the one that cost Cena multiple chances at regaining the WWE Title and because of that, Cena felt the need to challenge him to a match at WrestleMania. From a storyline standpoint, it makes a lot of sense. Wyatt has spoken about how he wants to bring pain to Cena. The best way to hurt him is by beating him.

On April 6, Bray Wyatt’s going to say “New Orleans – we’re here” as he makes his WrestleMania debut against the biggest name in wrestling, John Cena. Who should win that match? Bray Wyatt. Here are seven reasons why.