WrestleMania is the biggest show of the year in the wrestling world, and regardless of how you feel about WWE, the company always pulls out all the stops in a bid to deliver something special. This year, however, current world events have forced their hand to move the Show of Shows from Tampa's Raymond James Arena to... the empty WWE Performance Center.
Now billed as an event too big for one night, the two-day WrestleMania is shaping up to be an absolute disaster and not the "Showcase of the Immortals" we've grown used to. Key superstars have either fallen ill or pulled out of the show, while WWE's attempt to get inventive looks set to result in bouts being every bit as disastrous as that House of Horrors match a few years back.
Of course, an argument could be made that WWE's determination that the show must go on so that fans can be entertained is admirable, but they're putting wrestlers at risk and seemingly thinking more about declining ratings and falling stock prices than what really matters at a time like this.
So, with that in mind, we're taking a deep dive into why the signs are all pointing to this year's WrestleMania being, quite frankly, the worst ever. That may sound like hyperbole, but it feels like the only reason worth watching right now is to see just how bad this iconic show will end up being...