With the 30th Anniversary of WrestleMania on the horizon the rumour mill is buzzing about what major superstars could be returning.
WWE have promised it will be the biggest WrestleMania there has ever been with the likes of The Rock, Brock Lesnar and The Sting already rumoured to be returning for the celebration.
The Undertaker's streak is also rumoured to be coming to an end and an epic 'Rock v Brock' match on the cards.
WrestleMania has always been the biggest event in the WWE calendar, with matches from "The Irresistible Force vs The Immovable Object", Andre The Giant vs Hulk Hogan and The Rock v Stone Cold Steve Austin living long in the memory.
The WWE will have to bring in someone special in order for the WWE Universe to believe they are capable of beating "The Phenom" - with people even predicting John Cena could put his title on the line in a streak v title match.
Even at WrestleMania 25, where Shawn Michaels faced The Undertaker in one of the greatest matches in recent history, The Showstopper couldn't beat the streak, and neither could Undertaker'e brother Kane, Triple H or this year's opponent CM Punk.
WWE comes home to Madison Square Garden for The 30th Anniversary, a place which the wrestling world has become familiar with over the years. Several WrestleMania's, have been held at the venue, who's slogan boasts that it is "The worlds most famous arena", and you begin to feel like WWE have something special up their sleeves.
Steve Austin, Mick Foley, Shawn Michaels and El Generico are all rumoured to be returning, as well as a whole host of faces from wrestling past and present meaning that April 6 2014 plans to be the most memorable WrestleMania yet.
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