It is seen as the extravaganza which every WWE pay-per-view throughout the year has lead to, but WrestleMania 32 may not be the best event to come out of next weekend.
There is a lot more to WrestleMania than just the night itself, with several wrestling promotions often looking to cash in on the busiest weekend in the business, of the year.
WWE itself is no exception to this, as they will be putting on the highly-anticipated event from its developmental brand, of NXT Takeover: Dallas tonight (April 1).
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In addition to this, the company will be hosting its annual WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony on the eve of WrestleMania 32, at the American Airlines Centre in Dallas, Texas.
WWE's NXT branch has recently received a huge amount of support from members of the WWE Universe, not least because of the hugely successful year NXT experienced during 2015.
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With this in mind, every Takeover event which has been produced has been welcomed by fans of professional wrestling.
NXT Takeover: Dallas
As the Dallas instalment of this event set to take place two nights before WrestleMania and in the same state, it will surely be one of the most popular NXT events, so far.
Although just the thought of this event is enough to get any WWE fan excited enough, the match card which has been produced will leave fans believing the event will comfortably out-do WrestleMania 32.
There are three incredible male singles matches on the night, with Austin Aries taking on Baron Corbin, Shinsuke Nakamura facing Sami Zayn in the former's NXT debut match and Finn Balor up against Samoa Joe for the NXT Men's Championship Title.
If these three matches do not already prove the enviable talent amongst NXT's roster, the NXT Tag Team Championship will also be on the line as Dash & Dawson take on American and Alpha.
In addition, current NXT Women's Champion Bayley will be looking to defend her belt against Asuka, in yet another highly-anticipated match.
Ultimately, it says a lot that NXT are able to produce something so interest and entertaining out of just five matches, which would surely generate as much popularity even if the event were not taking place so close to WrestleMania 32.
As for the WrestleMania 32 card, in contrast, many have criticised the company for making simple mistakes with stipulations for matches, as well as wasting a lot of talent on the night.
Whilst it is true that WrestleMania is perceived to historically be the biggest night on the professional wrestling calendar, 2016 could well prove to be the year that NXT proves its worth as being bigger and better than WWE's main roster once and for all.