According to Dave Meltzer, there's a likelihood of Taker vs. Cena finally taking place at WrestleMania XXXII. As WrestleMania is still quite a ways off, plans could change if these are indeed the actual plans in the first place. On one hand, this will still be a highly anticipated match since we haven't seen these two wrestle against each other in well more than 10 years. On the other, this would've been a huge money match if the streak remained in tact. That's not to say that it won't draw big, but the streak being firmly in place gives a simple, easy to follow, logical storyline in which Cena tries to climb the one mountain he, nor anyone else for that matter, hasn't climbed. Have we seen it before? Sure, but it's no less compelling because of it's logical simplicity; after all, what does a man do when there's nothing left for him to accomplish except one thing? The answer is that he goes after that one thing, that one final challenge. There's still all kinds of potential for this match to be highly entertaining, though the stakes of the streak being on the line would've put it over the top.