This is my problem with Taker beating Cena though. I will ask this question again: Taker beats Cena at WM 30, then what? Taker retiring with his streak intact would be so stupid. Cena is the only guy left for him to face, therefore he should lose. Do you guys actually think that CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Sheamus, Wade Barrett, etc.. ending it would be bigger?
The same question can be applied: Cena ends The Streak...then what? He's been the longest (and the most hated) face of the company in the history of WWE (8 years, tying Hogan which he will surpass next year). He's legacy is already set. Breaking The Streak won't do him a favor, it will only get more people to hate him.
I really, really hope your wrong. I really think the ideal thing for the 30th Anniversary of WrestleMania should be John Cena vs. The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar vs. The Rock. If they never do Cena/Taker it will be a huge missed opportunity and I can't see them having both Rock and Lesnar on the roster without them facing each other at least once before they both leave again.
If the rumor's right, Rock/Brock will be done at Summerslam this year.
Besides, there is no reason whatsoever to believe Cena vs Taker will ever happen at any Wrestlemania to begin with. I mean, let's be honest here: Vince doesn't want Taker to fight the face of an era at Wrestlemania. Just look at Hogan (Face of Golden Era), Bret (Face of New Gen), Rock & Austin (Face of AE), and Brock (Face of RA), they never faced Taker at Mania either, right? It's exactly the same reason why Cena (face of PG) and Taker have been booked as far away as possible. Even Cena himself has stated he wants nothing to do with The Streak. So, no, sorry to upset u but I think there's a bigger chance of Sting/Taker happening at WM 30 than Taker/Cena.
Vince had missed many HUGE opportunities with Taker, 6 different occasions by my count: WM 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, and 22.
9: Gonzales instead of, I don't know, the rest of the roster? Hogan, Perfect, and Savage, maybe?
11: Bundy instead of Bret or Owen or even Ted Sr himself
15: Boss Man, because Vince believed Taker could carry the guy to a legendary match and made him a permanent main eventer, instead of Taker/Mankind HIAC rematch.
19: A-Train instead of RVD or Eddie. Hell, make it BOD vs Show & RVD/Eddie. Would have been more entertaining.
20: Kane again, in a mediocre match, instead of Rock, Austin, Goldberg, or Lesnar.
22: Henry instead of Angle. Although Henry kinda redeemed himself the last 3 years.
See? There's no guarantee he won't miss the 7th one. He's, after all, very petty in his way.