WrestleMania 32 is just days away and while the rumour is spinning faster than ever before, one thing has been revealed... the stage.
The stage is quite literally set and on tonight's Smackdown we got a sneak peak inside AT&T Stadium where there is still a lot of work to be done by Sunday.
A look at the Grandest Stage of them all
We saw Renee Young and Byron Saxton inside the home of the Dallas Cowboys with a fair portion of the preparations seemingly completed.
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A look around the stadium revealed not only the trademark above ground screen that usually hangs over midfield during Cowboys games and will now hang over the heads of The Rock, Shane McMahon and The Undertaker.
The stage itself remains in keeping with the trend of recent Mania stages (except WrestleMania XXX) of quite a low set.
As would have been expected, the stage takes the shape of a star - the symbol of the Dallas Cowboys and of this year's WrestleMania logo.
With the large opening in the stadium seemingly covered by a large screen and the WrestleMania logo hanging high above the set, the stage is ready for the eyes of the world to watch it.
Sunday will see the commencement of the 32nd WrestleMania, and there are as always a lot of questions that will be answered.
WrestleMania 32 is set to house three main event matches with the first seeing the culmination of a fairly heated rivalry between Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar.
Attention will then turn to the Hell in a Cell structure hung high above the ring that will see Shane McMahon take on the Undertaker in a literal winner take all scenario.
A win for Shane gives him control over Monday night Raw while a loss for the Undertaker will also see WrestleMania 32 be the Deadman's final match on the Grandest Stage of them all.
Triple H and Roman Reigns are set to take centre stage in the main event however as they are preparing to battle for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.