There has been a lot of speculation and rumor this past year as to who The Undertaker's opponent at Wrestlemania 32 will be. Many believe that we will finally get Sting vs The Deadman after almost 20 years of anticipation, others think Kane may be the man to challenge his brother, while the latest rumor is that Braun Stroman has emerged as a likely option for Taker's Mania opponent. While each opponent has his upsides and likely means something different for Taker and Mania, there seems to be one guy who is the perfect fit to this puzzle, and that's John Cena. It's amazing that throughout all the years they spent together on the WWE roster, John Cena and The Undertaker have never had a legitimate one on one feud, I don't even know if they've ever been in a one on one match before. If there is one spectacle that is still possible for the fans to witness (other than Taker/Sting) it's Undertaker vs Cena. This match has to happen before Taker's retirement and the pieces have never been more in place than they are right now; 1. WWE want to sell out AT&T in Arlington which holds over 100 000 people. Cena vs Taker is arguably the biggest money match WWE has available right now. While Taker/Lesnar, Lesnar/Cena, Rock/Cena, etc. are undoubtedly mega-matches, we've seen them all before. Cena/Taker is a fresh match that will appeal to absolutely everybody; the casuals, the kids, the oldies, you name it, people will buy into it. Other than possibly Rock/Brock, there is no match currently available that will draw more than Taker/Cena. 2. Cena's out of the world title picture. For the last few years, it's been nearly impossible to picture a John Cena/Undertaker Mania match given that Cena has always been around the World title. With the WWE championship most likely out of his grasp this year, Cena has become a real option for The Undertaker. Although Cena is currently the US champ, if latest rumors are to be believed, he won't be holding the title for much longer. For the first time in many years, it seems as if John Cena will not be restricted by a feud or title heading into Mania season. 3. Cena can bring the best out of The Undertaker. John Cena has been bringing the best out of everyone lately and has been having some real solid matches since winning the US title. After a few lacklustre matches for Taker, Cena can be the guy to really give Taker the last classic of his career. I can't see this match ending up as anything but great. 4. It looks as if John Cena will be out until the end of December. Do I really have to explain this? Great opportunity to have his return coincide with Takers. Would blow the roof off of whatever building they're in. 5. WWE doesn't seem to have a plan for either of these guys yet. As I mentioned the current crop of opponents being discussed for Taker at Mania include Kane and Stroman... nothing seems to have been discussed for Cena yet. Considering that pairing these two up wouldn't really disrupt the current plans for Mania makes this all the more a no-brainer. 6. Sting vs Taker can still happen next year. I have a funny feeling Taker's not done yet and I believe Sting can still go once more. Plus this match should end both guys' careers. Waiting one more year wouldn't hurt. What do you think? Can it happen? WILL it happen?