It is particularly hard to envisage the fan that cares greatly about this bout, but it is equally as tough to fathom how Cody Rhodes has fallen so low in the WWE pecking order.
At the last three WrestleMania events, Rhodes first fought Randy Orton and Ted DiBiase in a Triple Threat battle before facing Rey Mysterio and Big Show in single matches.
This eight-man tag is a comedown, to say the least, but at least he and Damien Sandow have spots on the card, and talents such as these cannot afford to lose to a team of monster dancers.
Admittedly, the addition of the Bella Twins is a nice touch for this match, and their confrontations with Naomi and Cameron have been quite enjoyable to watch.
Whether this is because we finally have some Divas in a believable feud, I'm not sure, but if Team Rhodes Scholars don't triumph at WrestleMania, it spells disaster for them.
Rhodes and Sandow are two of the most talented midcard workers WWE has, and a big win on the grandest stage of them all is crucial if they are to generate some momentum throughout 2013.
While Tons of Funk could afford to lose this match, WWE's decision to align Tensai with Brodus Clay was a risky one, and a win at WrestleMania would go some way towards justifying it.
However, the inclusion of the Divas allows Clay and Tensai to be protected, to an extent, if one of the Funkdactyls takes the pinfall at the hands of a Bella.
Should a post-match brawl occur following the pinfall, Tons of Funk could send their foes packing before satisfying their fans with a WrestleMania boogie of epic proportions.
Winners: Team Rhodes Scholars & The Bella Twins