WWE Legends such as The Rock and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin are rumoured to be appearing at Sunday's Wrestlemania, according to Wrestlezone.
The wrestling website claims two of the biggest stars in history are due to appear at the event, which this year is being staged in New Orleans.
The Rock appeared at last year's 'Mania, being defeated by John Cena in a rematch of the previous year's show. But Austin has not appeared at the biggest pay-per-view since 2011.
But they are not the only big names that could be at this weekend's "Super Bowl of Wrestling." Wrestlezone also claim that the likes of Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels and Roddy Piper could be involved at some point.
Flair has recently done bits for the WWE, including being on the panel for the Royal Rumble held earlier this year, along with Michaels who retired in 2010.
The show looks set to focus on nostalgia, with the inaugural Andre the Giant battle royal being held, whilst there is also strong talk of Sting making his first appearance in a WWE ring after leaving TNA a few months ago.
And of course, The Undertaker is again returning to defend his 21-0 streak, this time against former MMA bruiser, Brock Lesnar.
With the exception of The Phenom, none of the veterans are likely to fight, with the majority officially retired from the sport.
But who knows what could happen come Sunday night.
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