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Wrestlemania 30 results: WWE rocks in New Orleans

According to an Apr. 6 post from Bleacher Report, the matches set for Wrestlemania 30 in New Orleans will help set up the WWE's script for the rest of the year.

Daniel Bryan is set to compete at Wrestlemania 30
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Wrestlemania 30, which opens with a tag-team bout pitting The Usos against a slew of other challengers in a Fatal Four-Way, features the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal on the main card.

The battle royal, which features 30 WWE superstars, is expected to serve as a proving ground to figure out who is next in line for a crack at Big E's belt. Who will emerge from Wrestlemania 30 as the next big thing?

Time will tell how the situation plays out, but it's expected that either Alexander Ruslev, Alberto Del Rio or Cesaro will walk away as winner of the battle. The WWE gave Ruslev a nice little push when he appeared at this year's Royal Rumble, but he hasn't battled at any WWE house shows since then.

Cesaro might end up being the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner, since WWE fans have grown to love him over the past few months. There's also a slim chance that Dolph Ziggler walks away from Wrestlemania 30 as winner of the battle.

Wrestlemania 30 also features a tilt between Daniel Bryan and Triple H, that could set up the WWE's title picture for the remainder of the year.

Whoever wins the Wrestlemania 30 bout between Bryan and Triple H will receive a chance to fight both Randy Orton and Batista in the event's main event.

Bryan is expected to win both Wrestlemania 30 matches, but anything can happen when it comes to the WWE.

Also on the Wrestlemania XXX main card, Brock Lesnar takes on The Undertaker. It's expected that The Undertaker will extend his 21-fight Wrestlemania unbeaten streak at Wrestlemania XXX, but the WWE might throw fans a curveball by having Lesnar snap the streak in New Orleans.

The ramifications of Bray Wyatt's Wrestlemania XXX bout against John Cena are also huge. Wyatt is the WWE's fastest-rising star, but Cena has plenty of life left in his career.

Could we see Cena make a heel-turn to extend his WWE career, or will he remain a babyface for the next five to 10 years?

The only way for WWE Universe to know for sure is by tuning in to Wrestlemania XXX, tonight at 7 p.m.

Wrestlemania XXX airs on the WWE Network, as well as on pay-per-view.

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