We are now less than a month away from Wrestlemania 30 and wrestling fans are practically frothing at the bit for the granddaddy of them all. Not only that, but I think this year has a real shot at being the best show since Wrestlemania 24. There's the potential Shield breakup to look forward to, the wrestling clinic that will be HHH vs Daniel Bryan and a classic in the waiting: Undertaker vs Brock Lesner. Even Randy Orton vs Batista, which at the Royal Rumble seemed like a surefire disaster has been given a life preserver thanks to a desperately needed Batista heel turn. There's still plenty to be announced (fingers crossed they bring back Money in the Bank). Plus there's bound to be filler, including the ritually awful diva's match. But all in all I think we're going to get one hell of a show in New Orleans. One which will push Vinnie Macs band of merry men through the biggest gamble WWE have taken since the first Wrestlemania: the WWE Network. I just have one problem. I think Bray Wyatt vs John Cena is probably going to suck. I could be wrong here, they might walk into Wrestlemania and tear the roof off the Superdome with a match that catapults Wyatt into the main event. Truthfully, I hope that's what happens. I really do. But I don't see it. The WWE has struggled to create new stars over the past few years and that's no accident. Here's why I feel that Cena vs Wyatt might not be best for business.