Here we are, just a little over a week before the biggest pay-per-view in pro wrestling history and WrestlingInc.com has managed to land a photo of the WrestleMania set as it's being erected.
The photo was taken on Thursday and released via WrestlingInc's Facebook page.
Overall, this is a pretty impressive structure and it appears that the WWE has done a solid job at producing the set.
Keep in mind that just a few weeks ago, a similar photo was leaked from the company that is building the set, and so far it appears to be on-par with those pictures.
Now if it can only get the card straightened out, the show will be pure magic.
Don't get me wrong, the company is doing the best it can. However, one has to wonder if the WWE could have done a bit better and ensured that its midcard champions were involved in solid feuds. Let's face it: When fans order this event, they tend to expect the show of shows from the WWE, and I can't honestly say they will get that from the pay-per-view.
Sadly, the company has put more focus on The Rock's upcoming GI Joe flick than it has for its own lineup for 'Mania. Ultimately, the WWE has had its share of issues stemming from the creative department. In fact, it was just a few weeks ago that the VP of that department was relieved from his job.
So, it's not entirely shocking that this year’s WrestleMania has some holes to fill.
In the end, the WWE is going to go all out for the pay-per-view and will do its best to ensure that we get a solid show. I, for one, am hopeful that the currently booked matches will be entertaining and leave us talking for some time.