GiveMeSport brings you the top headlines from the WWE Universe today...
Vince McMahon spoke out about future WrestleMania plans, while John Cena showed the world that he can still cut it at the very top.
Meanwhile, as we approach this weekend's Payback pay-per-view, one final match has been confirmed for Sunday night's action.
We begin with some interesting comments made by Vince McMahon last night. Speaking at an event in Chicago, the WWE CEO was asked about the city’s chances of hosting WrestleMania despite it’s cold weather climate.
Citing the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey as an example, McMahon said the Windy City would definitely be in the running in the future.
"I wouldn't say Chicago is out of the running...We can do colder environments," McMahon told the audience at a Boys & Girls Club Hall of Fame event.
"We went to (MetLife) Stadium (in New Jersey). People wear coats to football. Why won't they wear jackets and so forth to WrestleMania? They will. Chicago will definitely be in the running in the future."
Elsewhere, another of WWE’s biggest names has taken to social media to prove he’s still got it.
Veteran Superstar John Cena posted a slow-motion video online today that shows him squatting a 600 pound weight. That’s even heavier than the Big Show.
You can check out the awesome show of strength via THIS LINK.
Rusev, Cena's Payback opponent, might want to avoid watching it if he isn't going to lose his match before he even gets in the ring.
And finally, it looks like the WWE has completed the match card for this weekend’s Payback pay-per-view.
With just three days to go before the first of this month's primetime events we now know that The Bella Twins will go up against Tamina Snuka and Naomi in a Divas match that was announced on last night’s SmackDown.
Topping the bill at Payback of course will be the Fatal four-way title match that sees Seth Rollins go up against his former Shield teammates Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns, as well as Randy Orton.
WWE fans: Do you think a WrestleMania show in Chicago would be a success? And is John Cena still the greatest? Debate the issues in the comments section below...