We are less than a week away from WrestleMania XXXI and the entire WWE Universe is wondering what we will see at Levi's Stadium on Sunday night.
This year's event is headlined by a clash of two legends, the possible farewell match of the Undertaker and perhaps the culmination of Roman Reigns' rise to fame?
Everyone is excited for WrestleMania with even some of the lower ranked matches carrying a lot of interest.
Randy Orton vs Seth Rollins and Rusev vs John Cena are both set to steal the show momentarily as they pit one of the company's veterans against a fast rising star.
With all the attention around WrestleMania XXXI, eyes have already started looking towards next year's instalment to be held in Arlington, Texas.
Rumours are rife right now that WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar may in fact re-sign with the WWE after WrestleMania despite everyone having thought that he would surely leave.
Now there are rumours that WWE legend The Rock could have one eye on facing Lesnar at WrestleMania 32 next year.
Well the People's Champion has now addressed the possible rematch 14 years after their one and only encounter.
"I would love that rematch. Whatever it is I think that you want to create something that is going to be special, memorable and especially in Dallas at that stadium" - The Rock on facing Brock Lesnar
The two last faced off at Summer Slam 2002 where Lesnar beat the Rock to become the WWE champion.
The Rock was talking ahead of the release of his new movie Furious 7 and got to talk about Brock Lesnar at 2:49 of the video.
A loss of faith?
The Rock was last seen in a WWE ring when he helped his cousin Roman Reigns win the Royal Rumble back in January.
Reigns now goes into the biggest match of his career on Sunday and when asked about his chances and if he was ready, even the Great One showed some hesitation.
"I think that he's in a unique position, pushed quickly, I was in that position before so I know what its like. But at the same time, you either sink or swim."