Although WrestleMania 34 was just a few months ago, it seems that WWE are already planning things for the 36th edition.
Now, this is hardly surprising, considering it's their biggest event of the year, every year.
Of course, we have absolutely no idea who will be headlining show in two years time - but fans will be hoping it's not Roman Reigns.
That's because for the past four years, The Big Dog has been in the main event - and the WWE Universe is tired of seeing it.
Fans may have become slightly disconnected from that situation, but it doesn't stop WrestleMania from being a very special show every year.
Part of its huge appeal comes from the fact that WM is always broadcast from some of the biggest stadiums in America.
Normally, WWE's weekly shows - and pretty much all other pay-per-views for that matter are held in arena's with a capacity of around 20,000.
But WrestleMania is different because the attendance can be more than four times higher than any other week.
This year's show was held at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, with over 78,000 people attending.
In 2017, 75,000 people piled into Camping World Stadium in Orlando and the year before that, WWE smashed attendance records when 101,000 people watched WrestleMania 32.
So you get the idea. April's annual event is always the biggest of the year and if reports are true, WrestleMania 36 could be massive.
POTENTIAL WM36 HOST CITIES
According to Brad Shepard of Barn Burner, WWE have already shortlisted two potential cities to host WrestleMania in 2020 - and are also considering a third state.
Atlanta, Georgia and Minneapolis, Minnesota are the two locations being suggested this early on, with Florida apparently also being considered - although the city there is not clear.
Shepard speculates that it could be either Miami or Jacksonville if the event does go to the Sunshine State.
THE BIGGEST STADIUMS
Now, any of those locations would be perfect for WrestleMania 36. Atlanta is home to Mercedes-Benz Stadium - which has a capacity of 83,000.
Minnesota, a state that has never hosted WM, has the shiny new U.S. Bank Stadium, which would be a perfect host venue - and WWE sources "love" the idea of that.
WrestleMania in Florida again seems less likely, as the state has hosted three of the last 11. But if it does return, it could be held in Miami's Hard Rock Stadium or at Jacksonville's TIAA Bank Field.
Where would YOU like to see WrestleMania 36 held? Have YOUR say in the comments below.