The WWE is changing a lot of their plans for angles at this time, and as a result, it sounds like plans for “Wrestlemania 30” are also changing as well. According to Rajah on Dec. 3, the WWE might be holding off on making some plans as they continue to negotiate with Hulk Hogan.
The original “Wrestlemania 30” plans called for the possibility of a John Cena vs. Randy Orton title unification match, but with the WWE panicking right now when it comes to current low pay-per-view buys, they have rushed that match through to the December “TLC” pay-per-view event.
There is still a chance the night could end with a swerve and still two champions, but right now Triple H has guaranteed that there will only be one champion at the end of the night. There is also the fact that the “Royal Rumble” winner gets a title shot at “Wrestlemania 30.”
One of the ideas with Hulk Hogan is to have him actually compete at “Wrestlemania 30,” but the company knows he may not be physically able to go in a one-on-one match. Therefore, one idea is for him to work a tag team match, possibly with John Cena as a partner. If that is the case, the WWE still can’t plan out their main event until they know whether or not Hulk Hogan will sign or not.