Finn Balor has already had quite a few marquee matches since making his debut on WWE's main roster over a year ago, but he is yet to have a match on WWE's grandest stage of them all, WrestleMania.
The Demon King first marquee match on the main roster was his SummerSlam match in 2016 against Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship. He won that match and the title, but he was forced to relinquish the championship a day later as he picked up a shoulder injury during the match.
This shoulder injury would only sideline him until the end of February, but WWE did not use Balor at WrestleMania 33 earlier this year in April because they didn't have a worthy enough storyline for him to return for at the show, meaning he has never competed at The Showcase of the Immortals.
Speaking recently to Ringside Collectibles at Ringside Fest 2017, the inaugural Universal Champion was asked which superstar would be his dream opponent at WrestleMania.
Refusing to settle on just one opponent, Balor named three superstars that he would like to face at WWE's biggest event of the year. These are AJ Styles, Triple H, and The Undertaker.
Balor said: "There's a lot of people I would love to face... Triple H, Undertaker, AJ Styles. Either one of them, singles, one-on-one. Listen, I could wrestle eight matches at WrestleMania if I wanted to. I'm fit."
The Demon King has already faced off against The Phenomenal One quite recently at TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs in an epic match, so another match at WrestleMania would be something WWE fans would definitely love to see.
As for The Game, this would be an interesting match to see as well, as it would be a contrast in different styles of the two superstars, with Balor being a high-flying, fast-paced performer while Triple H is more of a slower pace, bruising, smash-mouth style.
Finally, a match for Balor against The Undertaker would be just as good as the two mentioned above. Their entrances before the match alone would make this unmissable.
However, it is widely accepted that The Deadman is retired following his match with Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 earlier this year, so out of the three, this match is the unlikeliest to happen.