The devastating injury to Seth Rollins has set WWE on an entirely new direction for WrestleMania 32, with Roman Reigns versus Triple H looking likely for the April 3rd Dallas show. Reigns has inherited the spot that first The Rock and then Rollins were meant to occupy. Rock and Hunter had been the long-term plan going all the way back to October 2014, when they shot an angle together on the 15th Anniversary SmackDown, then furthered the angle with a memorable segment, also involving Ronda Rousey and Stephanie McMahon, at WrestleMania 31. There was even talk of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon versus The Rock and Ronda Rousey, in what could have been the Mania show closer (had UFC President Dana White given the green light). However, Rocky ended up having issues getting insurance, while Rousey was booked on a film shoot next April. Triple H still needed something big, so Plan B was the Rollins match. Rollins' knee injury and nine month absence renders than impossible. So, on to plan C. The direction for Reigns versus Triple H was firmly set at Survivor Series, with The Big Dog spearing The Game after winning the WWE Title. Seconds later, Hunter's distraction allowed Sheamus to capture Reigns' newly-won gold. The next night's Raw was as much about Hunter and Reigns having a stare down as anything else. Here are the 10 reasons WWE have gone with this direction.