Ten years after the WWE tore down the house in Indianapolis, they took their brand of in-ring excitement north of the border into Canada to the Toronto SkyDome.
If you compare WrestleMania 8 and 18, it is clear that WWE had way more wrestlers who were considered big names when this night rolled around.
The night featured 11 matches and a total 29 men and women competing in the ring with six different titles on the line.
As far as non-title matches go, we were treated to five singles matches, all of which contained a former world champion.
Both of the Brothers of Destruction were in action, as Kurt Angle defeated Kane and Undertaker defeated Ric Flair for yet another notch in his WrestleMania belt.
Edge would defeat Booker T in a great match and Stone Cold Steve Austin would go on to beat Scott Hall with Kevin Nash at ringside.
The only other non-title match on the card may have had most of the hype behind it, as two of the biggest names in wrestling faced off in what was thought to be a dream match we would never see.
Hulk Hogan was defeated by The Rock in what is still one of those matches which I love to watch, despite not having the best in-ring action.
These two rocked the wrestling world and at the end of the night, we saw Hogan re-embrace his babyface roots and turn on his NWO brethren.
Rob Van Dam would go on to defeat William Regal for the intercontinental title, DDP retained the european title against Christian and Maven and Goldust fought over the hardcore title to a no-contest.
Reigning tag champs Billy and Chuck defeated The Hardys, The Dudleys and The APA in a four corners tag match which had lots of excitement and four great tag teams, which is more than WWE has right now.
Women's champion Jazz retained her title in a triple-threat match against Lita and Trish Stratus in a match that makes me miss the days of great women's wrestling.
The main event of the evening would see Chris Jericho lose his coveted undisputed championship to Triple H in a hard-fought match.
Looking at the ten matches which featured male wrestler,s it is hard not to notice that every single match had at least one person who had been a world champion or would become one down the line.
On top of that, all three women who competed were former world champions as well.
Of the 26 men who competed that night the one who held world titles were DDP, Christian, RVD, Angle, Kane, Taker, Flair, Edge, Booker, Austin, Ron Simmons, JBL, Jeff Hardy, Rock, Hogan, Jericho and Triple H.
This was a star-studded night that has been hard to top over the years since.