Feb 27, 2016 08:23 AM EST

'WrestleMania 32' Rumors & Predictions: Batista To Guest Referee In World Title Match?

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WWE fans are eagerly waiting for more details about the upcoming "WrestleMania 32." While details have been kept under wraps, several speculations have already surfaced online.

One of the most recent rumors about the event involves the participation of former WWE star Dave "Batista" Bautista. The "Guardians of the Galaxy" star has been reportedly invited to grace the event, but he has declined due to some prior commitments.  However, new rumors are starting to brew that things might have quickly turned for the good as Batista is expected to play a major role in the annual event.

"McMahon pitched an idea which would see Batista make a one-off appearance at WrestleMania 32," F4WOnline reported. "Batista reportedly turned down the idea, and as of this writing he will not be appearing at 'Mania."

"According to Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com, the idea pitched to Batista would have seen The Animal act as the special guest referee in the Roman Reigns vs Triple H WWE World Title match, in order to stack the deck against Reigns."

Apart from Batista's appearance all eyes are on John Cena and his timely return to "WrestleMania 32." According to reports, Cena has proven that he is one mean machine that recovers fast.  If fans will base his probable comeback to his past performance, it would only look that his return to fight will be feasible.

"When it comes to recovery from serious injury, John Cena is like Deadpool," Bleacher Report noted. "His history speaks for itself, from a shocking early return following pectoral surgery at the 2008 Royal Rumble to quickly coming back from a neck injury in three months that same year."

While everyone continues to speculate who will face The Undertaker in "WrestleMania 32," John Cena remains to be a top bet.  With the rate he is going, fans can only hope to see their hero return for the big event on April.

Stay tuned for the latest "WrestleMania 32" rumors here!

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