There are just over two weeks to go until WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans, and it's shaping up to be one of the best shows in recent years.
After news broke last week that Daniel Bryan has been cleared for an in-ring return, WWE fans have been discussing if he's going to have his first match back at the Show of Shows.
Not only is The Beard returning, but every title will be put on the line and Brock Lesnar will defend his Universal Championship against Roman Reigns in the main event.
Before that, AJ Styles will take on Shinsuke Nakamura in a dream match, with Styles attempting to defend his WWE Championship against "The King of Strongstyle."
As well as those huge matches, Ronda Rousey will finally be making her WWE debut. The former UFC star made the jump to WWE back in January when she appeared at the Royal Rumble.
She then signed her full-time contract at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view a month later - and has since had run-ins with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.
Those clashes have lead to a match at WrestleMania, where Rousey will team up with Raw General Manager Kurt Angle, to take on HHH and Stephanie.
If the former UFC Women's Bantamweight champ is anything as dangerous in a WWE ring as she was in the Octagon, then she'll have no problem getting through her debut.
In recent years, Rousey has not been the only person swapping the octagon for the ring - or vice versa.
Lesnar, who began his career in WWE, has been floating between wrestling and MMA since 2007 and is rumoured to be returning to UFC soon.
Similarly, CM Punk left WWE back in 2014 and announced that he would move across to the UFC and has been fighting there ever since.
Even more recently, Conor McGregor has been tipped as the next UFC fighter to join the WWE. The Irishman is perhaps MMA's biggest name but has previously made it clear that he'd be open to a career in wrestling.
And that's something that would excite John Cena, who was recently asked if he would ever get in the ring with McGregor.
Speaking to The Hook, the 16-time world champ said that he would "absolutely" do so, but only if it's a WWE ring. Check out the video below.
The face of WWE did also say that he can't personally invite the UFC star to move to WWE, so fans shouldn't "put the cart before the horse".
But they can still dream of it happening one day soon, though.News Now - Sport News