For WWE and their fan base there is nothing bigger than WrestleMania.
Over the years the annual extravaganza has grown into one of the biggest events, not only on the WWE calendar but in world entertainment.
As such, any new update of rumor concerning 'Mania is met with eager anticipation throughout the WWE Universe. The latest leak, however, will have those fans located in the Sunshine State particularly excited.
We all know that WrestleMania 32 is going to take place in Dallas at the AT&T Stadium but, according to NoDq.com, the location for the 2017 event might have already entered the public domain well before WWE had planned to reveal it.
"WWE is currently considering holding WrestleMania 33 in Orlando, Florida in 2017. With WWE having ties with the city with the Performance Center, it's said to be a good possibility that the city will be getting the biggest WWE event of the calendar year."
The WWE have held WrestleMania in the state of Florida on two occasions (2008 and 2012) and, before the 'Mania 31 at Levi's Stadium, both events were in the top five most attended WrestleMania in history.
Indeed, the last time the WWE brought the 'Grandest Stage of Them All' to Orlando itself a stadium-record 74,635 showed up at the Citrus Bowl to see the likes of The Undertaker, Edge, Triple H and John Cena put on a hell of a show at WrestleMania 24 back in 2008.
If the WWE do decide to head back to the state for a third time it could see some fans from other areas of the United States ask why their region isn't getting a shot.
The WWE has a strong bond with the city due to the Performance Center which has churned out a number of top talents in recent times.
With 18 months before any 2017 Orlando 'Mania would take place there is plenty of time for several more rising stars to follow in the footsteps of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Who knows the duo could even be main eventing the match just a few miles from where their WWE career began.
Of course, before Florida has the opportunity to perhaps hold it's third ever WrestleMania, Texas will be putting on a hell of a show.
With Vince McMahon expecting to break attendance records in 2016, the WrestleMania 32 show is likely to be on the grandest scale imaginable. With talk of old heroes returning, and crazy storylines developing, Orlando 2017 would certainly have a lot to live up to should it be given the go ahead.
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se fans located in the Sunshine state, though, may be more interested than most in the latest leak.