Undertaker Suggests New Wrestlemania XXX Opponent, Part-Timers Booked For This Year's Show, Why Kaitlyn Left WWE, Early Rumblings Regarding A 2014 Hall Of Fame Induction, More On WWE Network Pricing & Details On The Plans For It, Backstage Opinion Of Bad

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- Vince McMahon has been putting a "healthy amount of pressure" on writers and producers about plans for Wrestlemania XXX. We're told Undertaker recently suggested changing his opponent to Daniel Bryan. Apparently Undertaker himself is worried about facing Brock Lesnar in a bout that might be too physical for his surgically repaired hip. However, the note here is the indecisiveness regarding who will be challenging for the streak less than three months out.

- Speaking of which, there are plans to utilize Brock Lesnar and Dave Batista but no other part timers as of this writing.

- Kaitlyn was frustrated over her spot in WWE and wanted to pursue outside interests. It's not just life on the road but sources close to the former Divas Champion say she was "upset at the ridiculing of not being 100lbs" and lack of storyline direction. Each time Kaitlyn would get her hopes up about a storyline or program, she felt she was let down more often than not.

- Many workers backstage at Monday's "Old School" episode of Raw were marking out for Jake "The Snake" Roberts and were excited to see him doing so well. There's no surprise that rumblings have started about him being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame over Wrestlemania XXX weekend.

- WWE will look to raise the price of the WWE Network through a series of incremental increases. We're told the company wanted to debut it at a price point under $10/month so people would order without thinking twice about buying it. However, just so it's clear, the $9.99/month price is with a 6-month commitment. WWE sees the Network as an investment under 1 million subscribers but they will be profitable once that threshold is crossed.

- We're told Vince McMahon enjoys the Bad News Barrett gimmick despite many people thinking it's failed horribly.

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