WrestleMania 32 is barely on the horizon but has not been far from the attentions of the WWE Universe and several UFC personalities.
2015's instalment of the show was certainly one to remember and had a segment which was the very definition of a WrestleMania moment.
Ronda to the rescue
WrestleMania XXXI in San Francisco saw UFC star Ronda Rousey involved in an incredible segment as she teamed with the Rock to take on the Authority.
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The segment sent the fans crazy on social media and led to the rumours of Rousey having a match at WrestleMania 32 running rampant.
It has led to controversial comments from UFC President Dana White and constant teases from WWE personalities like Stephanie McMahon.
Everyone has an opinion on a potential appearance from Rousey and despite the event still being several months away, superstars are being asked about it already.
The latest to comment on the issue is Paige, the woman who is leading the Diva's revolution and is currently on the rise to becoming the most popular diva on the roster.
"I hope [Ronda will be involved] too, but I have no idea. I have no idea. I’m just hoping I get a match on it! If Ronda makes an appearance and Dwayne makes an appearance, that’d be great. If Stephanie wrestles… who knows?” - Paige on WrestleMania 32
Speaking to the British press, Paige has teased the appearances of some of the biggest names possible including the Rock and even a wrestling appearance by Stephanie McMahon.
However the most unbelievable part of her comment is surely where she hopes to have a match at the show.
Paige would surely be THE diva most deserving of a match at WrestleMania right now so we can only presume she is referring to the possibility that she could get injured before then.
Either way, if Paige is right and the likes of the Rock, Rousey and McMahon are all going to be in action at next year's WrestleMania, it will certainly be a show not to be missed.