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What is it for, though? After all, Cena will be back by January, Punk will be back in the main event and of course, the Undertaker will be back. The biggest importance of this feud is ushering in the new generation. There is a reason it is happening so close to the Road to WrestleMania and that reason is because this new generation will be the one shining at WrestleMania. It is no coincidence that Cody Rhodes got involved in this feud. It will set up WrestleMania 30 to be all about legacies.
Cody Rhodes participation showed that WWE and Goldust are still on working terms. The two brothers badly want a match against each other, so why not a passing of the torch match? With Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton's feud having it's repercussions on these two superstars, it's not unbelievable that they'll both be back for WrestleMania 30.
Vince McMahon has not been seen in a while, and that is because between Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton, it has been Tripel H who has been the heel opposing force. Now, a rumour ran around that Vince McMahon would be bringing back Stone Cold as his champion against Triple H. That would be horrible if it ever happened. However, it is not unbelievable that we will have a champion of McMahon facing COO Levesque at WrestleMania 30 in another passing of the torch match, this time corporate wise.
The big kahuna, however, would have to be John Cena versus the Undertaker. This would have to be the biggest legacy match since the Undertaker is the WWE's Past still coming Present. We all know that we would see a Cena heel turn in terms of his actions against the Rock, but the fact is that this would be a legacies match unrelated to the current feud. Possibly as a result of it's aftermath, but this would be there because it is the one the fans utterly demand because Cena is the only one McMahon could let beat the Streak. Hence, we will see this either headline or be penultimate to the headline of WrestleMania 30. Be prepared to see at least three or more possible passing of the torches matches.