When the WWE's "Royal Rumble" and "Fastlane"events were finished, the WWE Universe was left with a less-than-thrilling main event of Roman Reigns vs. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H at "WrestleMania 32." While that match-up is easily a PPV-worthy main event, it doesn't seem quite epic enough to headline the biggest "WrestleMania" of all time. Luckily, for the last two years, WWE has pulled an audible when the "Mania" main event wasn't evoking the response they had anticipated.

For "WrestleMania 30," they corrected the mistake they made at the 2014 "Royal Rumble" by inserting Daniel Bryan into the main event, which led toone of the most memorable WrestleMania moments in the history of the event. Last year, when Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns didn't quite tip the scales, Seth Rollins made the save with the most epic Money In The Bank cash-in the WWE Universe has ever seen.

This year, with the addition of a second WWE special between "Royal Rumble" and "WrestleMania 32," the WWE has the chance to pull yet another audible and give the fans something truly special on April 3 in Dallas, Texas. The following five-step plan would save the "WrestleMania" 32 main event and the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match from falling flat next month.

Step 1 —Dean Ambrose wins the title at "WWE Roadblock"

Triple H is a viable champion, there's no question about that. But it's just not that interesting. He was clearly at his peak about fifteen years ago, and this is the 14th time the WWE Universe has seen The Game as a world champion. Meanwhile, Dean Ambrose is the face that the WWE Universe has grown to love organically, all while WWE continually tried to get Roman Reigns over.

A title change at "Roadblock"would give the show a whole new edge. The finish comes when Brock Lesnar— who will have some beef with Triple H at this point— delivers the F5 to both men. Ambrose, who takes the first F5, is able to crawl and lay an arm across Hunter's chest to win the match.

Step 2—Reset the title match at "WrestleMania 32"

With the gold on Dean's waist, the card for"WrestleMania" just got shuffled. Roman Reigns earned a title opportunity when he won at"Fastlane." Triple H would have his obligatory rematch. Brock Lesnar still wants a piece of Ambrose, but Triple H refuses to give Lesnar a title shot, as punishment for his actions at "Roadblock."

"WrestleMania 32" opens with Triple H vs.

Roman Reigns, the stipulation being that the winner goes on to the main event to challenge for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The No Hold Barred Street Fight between Lesnar and Ambrose happens about halfway through the show.

Step 3 — Roman Reigns defeats Triple H

In the opening bout, Roman Reigns finally gets his retribution against The Game. Moving on to the main event, Reigns has about three hours to prepare for the biggest match of his life— against his best friend.

Step 4 — Dean Ambrose survives Brock Lesnar

Ambrose puts up a good fight, but he takes an incredible beating before Lesnar gets the pinfall victory. Like Bret vs. Owen, this match keeps Lesnar looking strong without doing any serious damage Ambrose's character. In fact, having to go through a beating from the Beast Incarnate will only make his performance in the main event seem that much more impressive.

Step 5—Dean Ambrose vs. Roman Reigns

The former Shield brethren square off for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the main event of "WrestleMania 32." Two possible finishes. First, when the ref bumps late in the match and one guys hits a finisher, Seth Rollins' music hits. He runs to the ring and takes off his outer shirt, revealing a referee's shirt underneath. Whoever the winner is, Rollins counts the clean victory.

Second, Roman turns heel. With HHH at ringside, referee Rollins screws Dean, and Reigns embraces The Authority, a la Stone Cold and Vince McMahon at "WM17."

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