Although it is virtually a full year away, there is no denying that the excitement and anticipation surrounding WrestleMania 32 is already building.
Although it is unquestionably the biggest event on the sports entertainment and professional wrestling calendar, the location for next year's WrestleMania has already made it all the more special.
For many of the biggest names in WWE such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker, the event will be taking place in their home state which surely means the WWE Universe will be in for a memorable appearance or two.
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In addition, many have discussed the idea that this will be the setting for what has been the dream match for many; a chance to finally see the Undertaker take on Sting for what would certainly be an unforgettable bout and possible final retirement match for both men.
One current WWE superstar who is a more than an experienced member of the industry having been in the business for 19 years this coming August is Mark Henry.
During a recent interview with Digital Spy, he gave his own view on a number of topics, including the Undertaker and WrestleMania 32.
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When asked who he would like to see face The Dead Man at next year's event, Henry explained:
"You know what, I don't know who I'd like. Anybody. Just to see him go to the ring is always exciting for me."
His answer clearly proved that he shares the belief of many members of the WWE Universe, who are excited already at merely the prospect of the Undertaker making an appearance in his home state, even if it is possibly his last.
The World's Strongest Man also explained why he personally enjoys the hype which builds in the run-up to WrestleMania each year so much:
"I'm excited about seeing where the industry is gonna go leading up in to WrestleMania next year."
"It's always the journey that makes me put my thinking cap on. I wanna know what's gonna happen next. That's what I always look forward to at WrestleMania time."
Although the location may well mean a number of WWE legends and familiar faces are present at WrestleMania 32, it will also provide the necessary platform for a number of emerging superstars to receive the push and story line they deserve.
At this time, this is the case for several WWE wrestlers with the likes of former Shield members Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose all being given prominent angles in the build-up to several pay-per-views.
In addition, Sheamus' shock win at Money In The Bank this past Sunday night, as well as his ongoing rivalry with Randy Orton all but proves that the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in particular could still be in a number of different hands between now and April 3rd 2016, when WrestleMania 32 takes place.