vs. Randy Orton. Should WrestleMania be Lesnar's last match for WWE, then I think one of the bigger regrets will be that he never had a match with the Viper. Orton and Lesnar both came out of the "Ohio Valley Wrestling Class of 2002" along with Batista and Cena, yet they've never mixed it up on a big stage (neither have Lesnar and Batista, which I spent a portion of last year lamenting). I still believe WWE missed the boat by not having Orton beat Cena at Hell in a Cell for the No. 1 contendership, then facing Lesnar at Survivor Series in Orton's hometown of St. Louis, where even though Orton would've still been associated with the Authority during the build, he would've been a babyface in front of his home crowd against heel Lesnar. They also could've gotten the ball rolling on what is now a full-blown feud between Lesnar/Paul Heyman and Rollins/The Authority. Lesnar could've won when some Rollins/Authority interference backfires, then Orton stops Rollins from cashing in out of frustration (perhaps after leveling Lesnar with an RKO post-match). Tensions continue to build and you write-off Orton the next night on Raw, just as they did prior to Survivor Series. Now, doing all that changes a LOT of other things that happened at Survivor Series to present, but for the most part, you still could've made all that work. Anyway, Orton vs. Lesnar is a match we should've gotten then, when Orton would've been white hot, and still at a B-plus level PPV. At WrestleMania? They can do better.