WrestleMania 33 is just one week away, and WWE has set the stage for a number of potentially iconic moments in Orlando next weekend.
Here are 10 of our biggest questions heading into WrestleMania:
Is The Undertaker entering his last match?
It's difficult to envision WrestleMania without The Undertaker, but we're reaching a point in his career where every performance could be his last.
At the age of 52, the Deadman isn't the same powerhouse that he once was physically, and no one wants to see the greatest character in WWE history as a shadow of himself in the ring.
In his showdown with Roman Reigns, The Undertaker has the opportunity to pass the torch to the man who is clearly intended to be the next face of the WWE for years to come.
Although a return to New Orleans - the site where his WrestleMania streak was snapped - next year would be special, it's very possible this could be the last ride for The Undertaker.
Is Roman Reigns finally going to embrace the hate?
... Which leads us to Roman Reigns. One of the biggest reason Roman Reigns is such a polarizing figure is that he's presented as the guy you're supposed to root for - but it's impossible to see how Reigns can remain a face should he actually retire The Undertaker.
The Undertaker is inarguably the most universally beloved and respected wrestler still walking through the curtain - and whoever ends his career will instantly become a supervillain. It's time for Roman Reigns to thrive as the most hated man in WWE.
Is John Cena going to propose?
It's a bit strange to see the face of WWE in a mixed-gender tag team match at WrestleMania, but rumors have been floating around for months that John Cena may finally pop the question to longtime girlfriend Nikki Bella in front of the biggest audience of the year - which would likely be a mainstream moment that rivals even Hogan slamming Andre.
What surprises are in store?
Will Finn Balor return?
Will Shinsuke Nakamura make his debut?
Which legends will enter the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal?
Is Asuka about to make the jump to the main roster and show up in the SmackDown Women's Championship match?
Will The Rock show up to crush another member of the Wyatt Family in six seconds?
What will be the match of the night?
While WrestleMania 33 may not be quite the spectacle of 100,000 people inside Jerryworld that last year's event was, the card itself is miles better from top to bottom.
So which match will end up stealing the show? My pick is Austin Aries vs. Neville. The biggest challenge the cruiserweights face week-to-week is that the live crowds generally don't feel as invested in their performances - the division is new, after all - but WrestleMania attracts the most die-hard fans from across the world. The crowd is going to be into it, and both Neville and Aries have the potential to deliver a classic.
Will the Goldberg-Lesnar match last more than five minutes?
Since returning to WWE for the first time since 2004, Goldberg has beaten Brock Lesnar in under two minutes, lasted 3:21 in the Royal Rumble, and dethroned Kevin Owens in a "match" that lasted all of 22 seconds.
If the grand finale of the Brock Lesnar-Goldberg rivalry ends in a similar manner, it seems likely that the match would receive a similar reaction to their WrestleMania XX dud 13 years ago. We've already seen the shocking sudden endings, now is the time for these two to show they can deliver a match worthy of being a WrestleMania main event.
How healthy is Seth Rollins?
Rollins re-injured his surgically repaired knee one day after the Royal Rumble, but it seems almost certain that he's headed toward some kind of a confrontation with Triple H in Orlando.
Whether or not Rollins is healthy enough for a full match remains to be seen, but with two knee injuries in the last year and a half, it may not be worth it for WWE to put him at risk.
What is Shane McMahon going to jump off of?
I'm legitimately concerned for Shane McMahon's well-being heading into his match against AJ Styles, especially after what he did last year on the biggest stage of them all.
You could make the argument that every single champion on the card is an underdog heading into their respective match.
Bayley has to face off against three other women, while Alexa Bliss is taking on the entire SmackDown roster.
Bray Wyatt, historically, isn't a great bet in huge pay-per-view matches, Goldberg is 50 years old and likely nearing the end of his return, Austin Aries is red-hot, the Raw tag team title match is a pick'em, and Baron Corbin has been making steady progress as a brutal heel on SmackDown.
Who will replace Mick Foley?
Mick Foley's exit from WWE has been written on the wall for some time now, and we're likely going to find out who will lead Raw into the future either at WrestleMania or the night after.
There are plenty of qualified candidates and legends who would create excitement from week-to-week (Edge would be a great choice, as would incoming Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page) - but there's only one Olympic hero.