WrestleMania XXXI is fast approaching and, as if WWE fans needed revving up any further ahead of the biggest night of the year, images showing the ongoing venue construction at Levi's Stadium have surfaced in recent days.
The home of the San Francisco 49ers will play host to 'Mania this year and numerous photos now give the WWE Universe an insight into just what to expect when the lights go up on Sunday night.
You can check them out further down this article...
Calm before the storm
Around 75,000 people are expected to descend on the San Francisco Stadium over the weekend. These pictures though show the arena eerily empty, with only the semi-constructed stage to be seen on the covered gridiron.
The multiple arial views of the WWE stage crew in action give WWE fans the chance to image just how things will play out on Sunday night.
Complete with the WrestleMania XXXI logos and paraphernalia that comes with the big event, you can easily imagine the likes of Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns and John Cena emerging and heading down the ramp into what is effectively center field.
The last photo gives a clue as to just how close fans lucky enough to get a ticket will get to the action.
It will come at a hefty price though. According to Levi's Stadium themselves, to sit within the first eight rows closest to the ring, known as "The Gold Circle" WWE fanatics will have to folk out $2,000.
Tickets elsewhere in the stadium range in cost from $35 - $1,000.
For most fans though they will have to settle for watching WrestleMania XXXI on TV, and, after the breaking news last night regarding Brock Lesnar's new WWE contract, you can guarantee that PPV purchases have just skyrocketed.
What do you think WWE fans? Would you ever pay $2,000 for a ticket to 'Mania, or are WWE pricing out the real fans? Let us know in the comments section below...