With Wrestlemania 29 now a relic of the ages, Review Fix gives you five superstars who will play a bigger role on the WM 30 card. Consisting of youngsters and guys due for their “push,” these superstars below will play a pivotal part on the the WM 30 card. Considering that, it’s fair to say that the 2014 event will look quite different.
5: Bo Dallas: After being left off of this year’s card all together, Dallas will challenge for either the U.S. title or the Intercontinental championship. With his build, similar to former TNA star “Wildcat” Chris Harris and fiery temper, he’s got a bright future ahead.
4: Jack Swagger: With some momentum from impressive performances on RAW, Elimination Chamber and Extreme Rules, Swagger will get back in the World and United States title hunts. Once he and “Dirty” Dutch Mantell get their momentum going, they’ll be a tough duo to shake. Easily one of the most talented stars on the roster, Swagger has been in need of a mouth piece and Mantell gives him the credible X-factor he’s never had.
3: Daniel Bryan: He’s won nearly every title in the company and has proven he can get fans on his side. After team Hell No dissolves, Bryan is destined at a real WWE title push. He is easily the best worker in the company, Bryan could get serious heat with a “professional” angle where he shaves his signature beard and cuts his hair and wears a suit. Think of what the same angle did for Chris Jericho in 2008.
2: Antonio Cesaro: The strongest man in the company, pound for pound, Cesaro legitimized the United States title during his reign. With the World title picture always under constant scrutiny, a face turn and battle with whoever is champion (Cesaro vs. Mark Henry or Big Show would be money) could permanently put him at the tops of cards.
1: Dolph Ziggler: He’s ready. He’s toiled in the mid-card for way too long. With a litany of fantastic matches under his belt and a legitimate World Championship now under his belt, he’s ready to headline the company’s most important event.