Wrestlemania is like 100 days away. It's the time of the year where people are excited and try to figure out what the card is going to look like and what's going to happen during the build-up. Every year Bray Wyatt gets a special treatment at Wrestlemania as he faces a big name oppenent. At first it was John Cena and last year it was The Undertaker. Although Bray lost both feuds, you can't argue that these main event feuds have put Bray in a position at the top of the mid-card and he's considered one of the company's top names to lead the fututre. I believe that once again this year Bray will have that same treatment. But who does he face this year? Well, none other than The BEAST, Brock Lesnar. Why Lesnar? I know that a lot of you have this question, but if you think about it, this match-up makes sense given the position both men hold in the WWE. If you leave John Cena and The Undertaker out of this list, since they might be facing each other, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose are your top 3 babyfaces. Triple H, Bray Wyatt and Kevin Owens are your top three heels. So, with Reigns and Triple H might also squaring off at Wrestlemania, we are left with two possible opponents for Brock Lesnar: a) Kevin Owens b) Bray Wyatt In my view, Bray Wyatt, who made his debut 2.5 years ago and have been involved with many big time feuds, is more qualified for the role of facing Lesnar at the big event than Owens, since I think that Bray is actually a bigger draw than Owens to the casual fan. This is Owens first Wrestlemania and I'd like for him to wrestle a more down to earth opponent, like Bryan (if he's there), or another face. (I know that one week ago I said I wouldn't mind Owens vs Lesnar, but I thought a story for Bray and Brock and plus my final card looks better with with that version.) Also, Lesnar has a limited schedule and I don't want to relive last year's Reigns vs Lesnar build-up. One year ago, Heyman and Bray Wyatt carried the build-up of their feuds all alone, with their impressive mic skills. This year, give them the same ring to really deliver amazing promo battles. How can Bray stand as a threat against the Beast? Tough question given the fact that Bray never defeated The Undertaker, the man whose streak Lesnar broke and also defeated him again this year inside the hell's cell. I have the answer. If plans have Triple H face Roman at Wrestlemania and Roman is the World Champ, does that mean that Hunter will win the Rumble? Not a bad idea given that he's the evil boss and all, but it's kinda boring and predictable and leaves the rest of the roster hangin'.. Why not, do something different this year? Like Bray Wyatt winning the Rumble. The Royal Rumble (This is the build-up part) The entire Rumble and build-up are built around Brock Lesnar, who Paul Heyman announces that will be at the Rumble. A guy like Brock, in this match, tossing people around, that's gold. But there is also another force not to be reckoned with, The Wyatt Family. So what happens during the Rumble match? Lesnar is in there wrecking shit. The sacrificial lamp of the Wyatts, Eric Rowan appears holding a hammer sneaks on and attacks Heyman, then runs backstage. Lesnar leaves the ring (under the ropes of course) and chases Rowan backstage, where The Wyatts have set Lesnar up and attack him with foreign objects. Then the Wyatts make their entrances and start wrecking shit themeselves, working as a unit. However, The Beast makes his return in the ring and is more pissed than ever. This happens during the last minutes of the match. All chaos break lose with The Wyatts taking on Lesnar. In the final moments, Bray leaves the ring and grabs a steel chair. Lesnar is focused on taking out the other 2-3 three goons of the Wyatts. While Lesnar throws them over the top rope, Bray his the Beast with the chair and eliminates him, making him The Royal Rumble winner of 2016! What happens next We know that Bray is not going after the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, so Bray announces that he won because he wanted to prove that he's the real Beast, the real Face of Fear and that he stands heads and shoulders above everyone else on the roster. Of course this puts Lesnar on "Hunter" mode and Bray on the "Hunted" mode leading up to a big Beast vs Beast match at Wrestlemania. Why should Bray win the Rumble? Three reasons actually. A) So that Triple H does not win. B) To do something different with the Royal Rumble concept. C) To give him legitemacy leading up to the match with Lesnar. Winning the match makes him look special in comparison with the rest of the locker room and eliminating Lesnar actually makes him look special-er. That's my idea. Hope you like it and I'd like to hear your thoughts.