Also, "The Phenom" made his presence felt for the first time since wrestling The Shield's Dean Ambrose in April of last year to answer Brock Lesnar's open challenge for WrestleMania, effectively putting his "Streak" on the line.
And since "The Anomaly" was denied a title shot, he was instead given the choice to pick his opponent at WrestleMania. Thinking that no one will dare challenge him, he prepared to leave the ring with his manager Paul Heyman, until they hear a familiar gong.
After an intense staredown, Lesnar signed the match contract (as per script) and tauntingly gave 'Taker a pen, to which he responded by (kayfabe) stabbing Lesnar's hand with the same pen before chokeslamming him through the table. And the match is official.
Also confirmed is the main event between Randy Orton and Batista for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. "The Animal" won the Royal Rumble and Orton successfully defended his title at the Elimination Chamber by way of interference; something that didn't quite amuse the live audience, as they've been clamoring for Daniel Bryan to be in the title contention. Instead, it looks like they will build him up against WWE COO Triple H instead.
Aside from these, another match seemingly being built up for the pay-per-view is John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt. The pay-per-view takes place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on April 6.