It seems like the entire fan revolt plus the CM Punk walk out has completely changed the WWE plans for "Wrestlemania 30." While it looked like the matches were clear last month, everything now has changed and WWE officials indicated that only one match is set in stone. According to PWS on Feb. 7, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship might actually end up decided in a three-way match.
With the fans hijacking the Royal Rumble match as well as a number of major "WWE Monday Night Raw" shows, it sounds like the WWE might be leaning towards putting Daniel Bryan into the mix for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and possibly making it a three-way with Batista and Randy Orton.
There is another option for "Wrestlemania 30" that might change if that happens. WWE officials have been discussing a three-way match between the members of The Shield with Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose facing off. However, if the title match is made into a three-way, word is that officials don't want two three-way matches on the same show.
If Bryan is not added to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match, the plans are to have him face Triple H, a match that was originally planned for CM Punk. There is also word that very few people backstage expect for Bryan to win that match.
The match considered a lock for "Wrestlemania 30" is John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt while both Goldust vs. Cody Rhodes and Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar are being planned as well. Another match the WWE has in mind is Sheamus vs. Ryback.