With the Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber now in the bag, the match card for the Grandest Stage of Them All is at last beginning to take shape.
And while there have been plenty of groans about Roman Reigns appearing in the main event for a fourth (that's FOURTH) consecutive year, things are generally looking pretty promising across the board.
Barring an unlikely title change at Fastlane, SmackDown's AJ Styles will fight Shinsuke Nakamura for the WWE Championship, Asuka will get a one-on-one singles bout in her inaugural WrestleMania, and Ronda Rousey will make her in-ring bow alongside a returning Kurt Angle.
Honestly, what's not to like?
Well, since you mention it: there are, inevitably, one or two matches fans were clamouring to see that have had to be cut. Some of these dream bouts have fallen by the wayside because they decided to go in a different creative direction, others because of injury - but what they share in common is that you're definitely not going to be watching them on 8 April.