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WrestleMania 28: Where WWE Goes From Here

On Sunday, the 28th installment of the annual WrestleMania supershow tore the house down in Miami. While many storylines wrapped up, some are just beginning. Here is what we can expect on Monday's Raw and the road to next year's WrestleMania.

WWE is expected to announce one match for next year's WrestleMania on Monday. There were rumors swirling that former world champions Brock Lesnar and Batista were in Miami this weekend. Could one, or both of these former superstars be returning for a match next year? It is possible that John Cena and the Rock may once again do a one-year build toward a rematch.

The Hell in a Cell match between the Undertaker and Triple H with special guest referee Shawn Michaels seemed like a swan song for all three icons. It is possible that either Undertaker or Triple H will soon announce their retirement, if not both. It would seem like a record of 20-0 at WrestleMania would be a fine number for Undertaker to call it a career.

While CM Punk picked up a clean win over Chris Jericho, the WWE Champion's life is not going to get any easier now that John Laurinaitis is the GM of both SmackDown! and Raw. The feud with Jericho may continue, or both men may move on to new nemeses.

And what will become of the Rock? Is he here to stay, as promised? Or will he disappear for a time following his big main-event victory? It seems as though his business with Cena is not yet finished.

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