Although all of that may be possible and with anything that an change in the WWE, there have been rumors circulating that the return of WWE CEO and Chairman Vince McMahon to television this past Monday is leading to a big storyline for WrestleMania 31, however it appears as though he doesn’t want to be on television regularly.
Last year, there were a lot of WWE rumors that indicated that a feud between Vince McMahon and The Authority was about to start for control of the WWE. The original idea was that The Big Show would represent McMahon and battle Triple H at “Wrestlemania 30.” After the humiliation that Triple H and Stephanie McMahon inflicted on Big Show, it was a smart feud. It never happened but PWS reported on Wednesday that the WWE may be ready to launch the feud again.
Of course, Big Show will no longer be involved. One of the big problems last year is that fans rejected Big Show as a world title contender, as he fell victim to the backlash against anyone not named Daniel Bryan in the world title scene. Instead, the idea now might be to lead to the anticipated, and hinted at, match between Triple H and The Rock.
Of course, The Rock has some major movie work coming up, including the DC Comics movie “Shazam,” so he might not be available. When Big Show fizzled out last year, there were thoughts that Stone Cold Steve Austin could return to represent Vince McMahon in the feud. With Austin training again, although denying any interest in returning, it could open up that possibility.
The new WWE feud between Vince McMahon and The Authority was set up on “WWE Monday Night Raw” this week when McMahon made his return and added the stipulation to the “Survivor Series” pay-per-view where he informed The Authority that, if they lose, they are no longer in power in the WWE. The feud, if it happens, would lead to a match at “Wrestlemania 31.”