Details On Sting's WWE Future; WM32 Main Events Revealed

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Sting has not committed to working next year's Wrestlemania 32, Wrestling News World has learned.

We're told Sting still wants The Undertaker in a singles match. Now that the streak is over, WWE wants to put less pressure on Undertaker and will be moving his match lower on the card each year hoping that he'll want to keep wrestling a few more times if his body holds up.

Vince McMahon wants to do The Rock vs. Brock Lesnar next year, with the exception being if they can secure the services of Steve Austin. Austin is a long shot, but if they can get him to agree, Vince will want to do Austin vs. Lesnar at Wrestlemania 32 and hold off on Rock vs. Brock for another show. This would leave Triple H to face The Rock at Wrestlemania 32.

The decision to put Triple H over Sting was made because The Rock vs. Triple H would be pushed as the bigger match, over Undertaker vs. Sting if both were to occur.

The Rock definitely wants to do more with Ronda Rousey so things are open ended right now. The angle at Wrestlemania 31 could lead to something with Triple H and Stephanie if Austin can't be talked into facing Brock. Rock vs. Brock with Rousey in one corner and Heyman in the other has also been discussed.

Even though there are a lot of variables for next year's Wrestlemania and it's way too early for Vince to know if he can get Austin, a worse case scenario of Brock vs. Rock and Undertaker vs. Sting, plus whatever else they'd come up with has Vince feeling very confident they can fill AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

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