WrestleMania 28 is only one month away, and already, anticipation for wrestling's biggest event is through the roof.
With plenty of young, up-and-coming talent, returning legends, and an impressive card to date, WrestleMania 28 is shaping up to be one of the more solid Manias in recent memory. But with high expectations come demanding standards.
The Rock and John Cena will face off in a match riding a full year's worth of hype, Undertaker puts his streak and his legacy into the Cell, and Chris Jericho looks to reclaim his moniker of "best in the world" from CM Punk. On paper, it seems as if WrestleMania 28 is bound to deliver, but what exactly does that even mean?
WWE programming is coming off a pretty strong run of shows, and the final month heading toward Miami is guaranteed to keep up the pace, but what happens when the road stops and the clock strikes midnight?
WrestleMania 28 will undoubtedly provide some great moments, and hopefully a classic match or two, but what must happen for the pay-per-view to be called a success? How can WrestleMania 28 solidify itself in the pantheon of memorable Manias past?
Here are five things that WrestleMania 28 must do in order to be called a success.