WrestleMania 32 began to build the minute WWE left California on March 29th this year, and even then Sting vs The Undertaker was the match everyone was looking forward to.
The match had been rumoured since Sting signed with WWE and the closer we get to WrestleMania 32 the more likely the match looks.
Both men are wrestling on borrowed time and Vince McMahon is aware of the problems he will encounter if the match is left any longer than next year, especially since Undertaker looks set to go into the Hall of Fame in his home town the night before. But this isn't the only match that has fans talking this week.
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The Rock turned up at WrestleMania 32 to confront The Authority with the help of UFC Champion Ronda Rousey, many speculated that this was leading to a four person showdown at next years showpiece, but it seems the plan instead is to have The Great One face The Game one-on-one and the two women could be at ringside if needed.
The problem with this is The Rock's hectic schedule, but if WWE can find a way to work around it and fit the build up the match into his plans then this match will be a lock because it's one Vince really wants to happen.
Cena vs Hogan?
Perhaps more of a surprising match is the one involving John Cena with reports suggesting he looks set to face Hulk Hogan in his retirement match.
The WWE Hall of Famer is currently helping judge Tough Enough, but if he passes all the needed health checks before the bout then both John Cena and WWE are happy to give him the green light to go ahead with the match.
Hogan has been pushing to have a retirement match at WrestleMania for the last few years and after hosting WrestleMania 30 and showing up as part of Triple H vs Sting at last year's showcase, it makes sense that he plays a part in what could be the biggest WrestleMania in history.
It would be a big match for both men and since Cena is happy to play a part in it, then the only thing in Hogan's way now is his health.
WrestleMania 32 is now less than nine months away and speculation as to how WWE will sell out the AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys is at the forefront of people's minds.
It will be interesting to see how WWE top last year's spectacle and if the biggest attraction will be The Shield Triple Threat that many fans are hoping for.