10 Future WrestleMania Main Eventers

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WrestleMania is the biggest stage on which a professional wrestler can perform. It is the Super Bowl. It is Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals. It is an event that is witnessed by millions all around the world. Being in the main event at WrestleMania is special. For WWE superstars, it means they are the main showcase of an event filled with exceptional talent. Superstars are born; legends are immortalized. Hulk Hogan. Andre The Giant. The Rock. Stone Cold Steve Austin. The Undertaker. John Cena. The names are iconic. So, who’s next? Who are the next superstars to cement their names in WrestleMania history? Daniel Bryan’s Yes Movement may, one day, become Yes Mania. Or maybe Bray Wyatt will have the honor of walking out last, lantern in hand. Then there’s The Shield – Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins. All of these superstars, and more, have the potential to main event WrestleMania and show why they deserve to be regarded as one of the best.

#10. Cesaro

He might not be the largest guy in the WWE, but he is definitely one of the strongest. Mark Henry better watch out. Cesaro has slowly risen through the ranks and currently finds himself teaming with Jack Swagger in a duo called, The Real Americans. His feats of strength in the ring, particularly the “Cesaro Swing” (he picks up his opponent by the ankles and swings them around the ring) has impressed the WWE universe. He still needs to further develop his character and work on his promos in order to be a main eventer. If Cesaro ever separates from his manager, Zeb Colter, he’ll have the opportunity to cut more promos on his own. He has potential, but with an impressive crop of young talent in the system, Cesaro needs to emerge from the crowd.

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