WWE: Wrestlemania 32 plans for Bray Wyatt; Brock Lesnar match in the fray

WWE: Wrestlemania 32 plans for Bray Wyatt; Brock Lesnar match in the fray

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has not booked Bray Wyatt or the Wyatt family in their biggest pay-per-view of the year yet. WrestleMania 32 is set to hold the biggest attendance in the company’s history and having the Wyatt’s not feature in it could prove costly given the fact that many of the big name superstars are out with injuries and will be missing the event.

The later end of 2015 and early 2016 saw the Wyatt family led by Bray become a dominant force in the WWE wrecking everything that stood on its way. It also went on to cost Brock Lesnar a shot at the world heavyweight title at Royal Rumble. This made everyone believe that a WrestleMania clash was under cards for both Lesnar and Wyatt. However, WWE scrapped the idea and went on to book Dean Ambrose against the Beast Incarnate.

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Lesnar and Bray Wyatt were booked in a bout set to take place at WWE Roadblock. However, during the pay-per-view Luke Harper joined in and it was he, not Bray who fought Lesnar in the match. No clear news has surfaced regarding the reason behind Bray not featuring in the bout.

However, if sources inside WWE are to be believed, then it can be said that the creative team within the company are booking something huge for Bray and his family. It might be so big that even WrestleMania may not feature their rise to dominance, as reported by INQUISITR.

Brock Lesnar will feature in a no disqualification match with Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania 32. This means that anyone can come in to interfere in the bout. It is being speculated that the Wyatt family will intrude in the clash to cost Lesnar the match.

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This creative approach will make Dean Ambrose a main eventer as he will defeat a huge name in the form of Lesnar. A defeat wouldn’t hurt Brock since it would come from an interference from Bray Wyatt.

What would follow is that both the superstars will headline the next few pay-per-views building up their rivalry before clashing at SummerSlam this year.

Nothing has been declared officially yet, however with the Wyatt family clearly not being featured at the upcoming Mania, WWE is surely looking to push them towards an elite status where they could be a force to be reckoned with for years to come.

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