WWE normally do not confirm what is going to close WrestleMania until a few days before the event if there is not one clear match that dominates proceedings.
When we say WWE though, we mean Vince McMahon of course.
The Chairman is prone to changing his mind but it seems as though the final bout for 'Mania this year has already been decided well in advance.
Despite Brock Lesnar being involved in a Universal Championship defence against Seth Rollins, the former UFC champion will not be billed as the main event this year.
That privilege will go to the females of WWE for the first time ever.
In a historic few years for the women's division, that has seen so many first ever happenings, such as the inaugural female Hell In A Cell match, first Elimination Chamber bout, first-ever Women's Royal Rumble and in October 2018, the first-ever WWE all-women's pay-per-view.
And on April 7, the women will close out WrestleMania as Ronda Rousey defends her Raw Women's Championship against Royal Rumble winner Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair.
The match was originally scheduled to just be a singles match between Rousey and Lynch, which was scheduled to take place at Survivor Series 2018 until the Lasskicker received a broken nose at the hands of Nia Jax.
The top brass at WWE though decided to place Flair into the match though, whether or not that is a good decision is still debated to this day, but it definitely won't hurt to add even more star power to the match.
All three have track records of putting on excellent matches and telling great stories, so no doubt when the time comes at Metlife Stadium it will be a match that no-one can afford to miss.
And with Rousey more-than-likely taking a break from the business post-Mania, we could be seeing a crowning of 'The Man' in New Jersey, which would be a victory that would blow the non-existent roof off the stadium.