WrestleMania is more than just a pay-per-view event. It's more than simply three hours of entertainment. It's a spectacle, a must-see show that wrestling and non-wrestling fans alike should have on their bucket list.
I understand both the arguments for and criticisms against professional wrestling, but no matter who you are or how much you know about the sport, it's difficult to deny the allure of WrestleMania, the Super Bowl of the wrestling world.
If that sounds like something you might be interested in, and televisions aren't really your thing, you can always watch the live stream of the breathtaking show online, via WWE.com, or even via your XBox.
And WrestleMania 29 promises to be among the best of the best.
When you can't even figure out which match deserves to be the main event, that's usually a good sign of a legendary night.
Typically, whenever the WWE championship is on the line, it should probably close out the event, and with The Rock and John Cena—two of the most popular faces in the business—squaring off, you won't find much of an argument for anything else.
However, the debate doesn't hinge on the Rock and Cena being a letdown, but on how impressive the other headliners are.
In one match, you have one of the greatest superstars of all time and an undefeated legend at WrestleMania in The Undertaker going up against CM Punk, a man who just held the WWE title for over a year.
In another, you have another legend in Triple H. He'll be battling Brock Lesnar, who isn't the most electrifying star, but is a behemoth specimen you must see to believe. Oh, and by the way, it will be a No Holds Barred match.
The WWE World Heavyweight Championship is also on the line. Alberto Del Rio and Jack Swagger, two tactical pros inside the ring, will put on quite a show, but the potential appearance by Dolph Ziggler and his Money in the Bank suitcase adds even more appeal.
Then you have the underrated matches: The scintillating-hot The Shield taking on Sheamus, Randy Orton and The Big Show, with an Orton heel-turn potentially coming. Two monsters in Ryback and Mark Henry trying to crush each other. Veteran Chris Jericho against newcomer Fandango, a sure-to-be epic battle inside the ring. Team Hell No—will they ever break up?—vs. newly assembled partners Ziggler and Big E Langston.
As with most WrestleManias, this one has it all. It has in-ring talent. It has veteran, future Hall of Famers making rare appearances. It has the business' biggest full-time superstars. It has debuts of up-and-comers.
And you won't want to miss a second of it.