Best Feuds and Predictions for John Cena After Elimination Chamber
John Cena's annual program for WrestleMania has always been a talking point, and 2014 appears to be no different.
There is a natural path for Cena heading towards the huge WrestleMania XXX show after the events that transpired at the Elimination Chamber.
However, it is not the only road Cena could take, and there are still plenty of options for Cena's immediate future heading out of the Elimination Chamber.
Plenty of men can get involved with Cena as we move closer to WrestleMania, with plenty of potential twists and turns available.
Let's take a look at the best feuds and likely predictions for John Cena after the Elimination Chamber.
Aside from Bray, Cena Has Few Other Options
Talk of another feud for John Cena at WrestleMania is one thing, but actually finding someone he can work a program with is a whole other issue.
The rest of the top guys in the company appear to be booked up elsewhere. Randy Orton vs. Batista is now set in stone for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match, and there are few other heels out there for Cena to feud with.
Brock Lesnar looks like he's heading towards a match with The Undertaker, leaving Bray Wyatt as Cena's only real option.
We should assume that John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt is most definitely going to happen. There just isn't anyone else.
Cena and Company Take on The Wyatt Family
A match with just Bray Wyatt isn't Cena's only option in terms of the family, though.
There is a possibility that John Cena could recruit from somewhere else to try to silence The Wyatt Family once and for all.
It could be a great opportunity for a couple of guys in the middle of the card to come in and mix it up with John Cena at WrestleMania. Perhaps someone like Dolph Ziggler or Sheamus could find their WrestleMania spot in this way?
Or, if The Shield split before WrestleMania XXX, perhaps the two guys who look like they're turning face could have another crack at The Shield? Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins still look like they have issues with Bray, after all.
Cena Gets Help with Bray from a Legend
Whilst Cena is having a feud with Bray Wyatt, you would imagine that the numbers game would try to level themselves up at some point.
That would require Cena calling in a favor, or getting help from somebody in the quest to bring down Bray Wyatt.
And why not Hulk Hogan? After all, Hogan has just been confirmed as the guest host of WrestleMania XXX and returned to WWE TV on the Raw following Elimination Chamber.
Perhaps Hogan's chief role as guest host will be to ensure Cena doesn't get beaten by the numbers game. That could be stepping in to fight himself, or even to merely ban Erick Rowan and Luke Harper from any involvement in a WrestleMania match.
Cena Gets Humbled on the Biggest Stage of Them All
It's still a remote possibility that we could get a scenario where John Cena actually comes out of this rivalry in last place.
OK, so it isn't exactly a certainty, by any stretch of the imagination. But if The Wyatt Family are to emerge as the top stable in the WWE, a win for Bray would certainly go a long way to achieving that.
Bray looks like he will continue to torment Cena's life for the next few weeks as we approach WrestleMania XXX. Many will assume Cena will simply turn it up at Mania and overcome the odds, but don't take it as a guarantee.
It would certainly be a big twist if they had Bray beat Cena, clean or not. What it would do for Cena's future is minimal. However, it could be huge for Bray Wyatt.
Becomes Bray Wyatt's Weekly Victim Before Overcoming Odds
Let's face it, John Cena's entire career has been built around overcoming the odds and triumphing against adversity.
So in reality, the most popular and likely option that the WWE will take is a repeat of what happened on Raw the night after the Elimination Chamber. Cena was once again beaten at the hands of The Wyatt Family just hours after they had cost him inside the Chamber.
It is likely that could continue all the way through to WrestleMania XXX before Cena finally gets his own back on Bray Wyatt.
It's pretty unthinkable to imagine Cena losing on the biggest stage of them all, especially against someone like Bray Wyatt. That is not meant to serve any disrespect to Wyatt, but he is not really on Cena's level in terms of star power.
Out of all the scenarios and possibilities for Cena, this looks like the one that could happen above the rest.