By Thomas Brunt
WrestleMaina 29 plans being foiled, or up in the air is not good for business.
We are two months away from Pro Wrestling's Grandest Stage in their annual WrestleMania pay-per-view, and this year it's going to be the 29th time for it to take place. A month ago, or maybe even a week ago, the match card, while far from complete in reality, would have been more than what it is right now, because right-now the pay-per-view card looks undecided. This is in part to recently named new #1 contender Jack Swagger potentially screwing up the World Heavyweight title picture for Mania, after being arrested following the SmackDown tapings on Tuesday night. Let's not forget about the WWE Title picture, which is still up in the air for storyline purposes, but we will hopefully know who will be wrestling The Rock for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania by the end of Monday's next installment of Raw as Cena and Punk will have a match against each other to determine the Rock's contender. What else do we have here?
Oh yes, the Undertaker. The Deadman who is a perfect 20-0 at WrestleMania reportedly isn't in the best of shape to compete after having surgeries in the past, and pain taken from The Game, who has actually legitimately worn him at over the last two years. The only other thing here if anything, is seeing a rematch, which actually main-evented this past summer's SummerSlam pay-per-view with Triple H and Brock Lesnar, the predictability here after having Lesnar, surprisingly won the match back in August is pretty sky high, besides, we all know "Mr. Ego". Right now, a lot of WrestleMania 29's plans seem to be either screwed up or in the air. While Jack Swagger is responsible for himself and his actions, the creative writing team ultimately is responsible for having him win at this past Sunday's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view. With that being said, this can't be good for business, but we know Vince, he'll give us something, there isn't a question about it.
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