At the heart of it, wrestling is storytelling. The stories may often become distorted, forgotten, left incomplete, or simply written awfully, but the in-ring action itself is always secondary to the circumstances surrounding it. At no event is this more evident than WrestleMania, which - over the course of 30 years - has established itself as the natural ending point of the industry's biggest storylines. As such, the stakes are incredibly high. The go-home image of WrestleMania sets the tone for the next year of WWE programming, as well as involuntarily etching itself into history. No matter how well or poorly received the climax of WrestleMania is, extreme attention will always be paid to it. When 'Mania ends on a high, the benefits can be long-lasting and extreme. A superstar on the cusp of greatness can be pushed firmly into the top spot; a fading star can go out with a bang; a stellar card can be topped off with an unforgettable match. Some endings live on in history as great all-time WrestleMania moments, if not some of the most iconic moments in the history of wrestling. Here are ten instances in which the WWE got it right on the grandest stage of all.