Here it is, folks. The wait is over: WrestleMania 30 has finally come!
By this time on Monday, the landscape of the WWE will have gone through hell and back, but the ultimate story will have been told.
However, there are still a few miles to go before everyone sleeps.
This adventure will be a six-hour journey that will end with just one undisputed WWE world heavyweight champion who will have earned the respect and admiration of peers and fans alike.
It is anyone's guess right now what the true results of this soon-to-be historic event will be. The fun part? Trying to predict everything and score 100 percent correct.
Hmm...dear crystal...please light the way and show us visions of the future.
Tag Team Championship match: The Usos (c) vs. the Real Americans vs. RybAxel vs. Los Matadores
Here is a great way to wake up the crowd and get them psyched up for the long night ahead: tag team action featuring some of WWE's young and promising talent all within the confines of one ring.
The spotlight will mostly focus on Cesaro and The Usos. They are the most interesting people to follow out of everyone here, and since the twins just won the titles, there is no real point in dropping them now, especially since this team was long overdue for a run in the first place.
Will Cesaro finally get rid of Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter? I think so. His rise is slow but steady, and the fans are starting to get behind this Swiss powerhouse.
Winners by pinfall and still champions: The Usos.
The Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal featuring almost everyone and a few surprises
It must have seemed strange for some to hear that a match like this was in the works. Didn't WWE just have the Royal Rumble in January, which is kind of the same thing?
No matter, it is a great way to keep the action going and also get the Superstars a nice little payoff as they participate in the biggest WrestleMania to date.
This match features big names: Sheamus, Big Show, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, etc. There will be some surprises, like Rob Van Dam, and some big, bad new guys like Alexander Rusev.
Personally, I don't care about Rusev because a trained eye can see him fizzling out like all the others of his type (Ryback, Brodus Clay, Tensai, Ludvig Borga), but it will be fun to see what he can do.
Since he is new on the scene, I will put my money on him officially, but my heart goes with my fave The Miz—just so he can be 5-0 (or something), and everyone can complain and set the Internet on fire.
Yes, the WWE is like a soap opera. Nighttime drama!
The Shield vs. Kane and The New Age Outlaws
There's nothing special to talk about in this last resort/throwaway match, unfortunately. The Shield have been one of the most dominant and interesting acts to follow of the last year, and it is a shame they were placed so low on the grand scheme of things.
Shouldn't Dean Ambrose be putting up his title against Big E's intercontinental belt? Wouldn't the feud versus the Wyatts have paid off better here?
Those are important questions that are worth answering, but that is for another time. This match will end quickly and with no mercy, as there are bigger fish to fry on this night.
Winners: The Shield stand strong and united. They annihilate their opponents and get revenge.
Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H: Winner moves onto the main event and competes for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
This match will have the entire universe's attention.
The stakes will be at their highest as COO Triple H risks losing face to the leader of the "Yes!" movement Daniel Bryan, who has captured the hearts of millions by being himself.
With both participants giving everything they've got in this one, it will be a strong candidate for Match of the Year, as both HHH and Bryan are masters of their craft.
Perhaps we will see Stephanie McMahon try to weasel her way in. She has been one of the most entertaining villains this company has seen in recent years, and who knows? Maybe daddy or even older brother Shane will get involved.
It's WrestleMania, after all.
One thing is certain, however: This match will end with respect. Triple H's ring years are mostly behind him, and he needs to focus his attention on bigger things than the title—and those are all backstage and in the corporate offices in Stamford, Conn.
It is the bearded wonder's time to shine.
Winner: Daniel Bryan makes Triple H submit and moves onto the title match later on.
John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt
A few months back when I learned of this storyline, I rolled my eyes and sighed.
The newest and most promising villain to date would be fed to the John Cena machine. Great, wonderful!
However, seeing how this has developed, it now has my full attention.
Bray Wyatt surpassed all my expectations and is likely to be the top heel of 2014. John Cena's human side is fun to watch on Total Divas, so I put in the time and got hooked.
It is a great time for the company and top hero to put over someone fair and square. Preserving the value of the Wyatt character is vital here. One mistake, and it's all over.
He is wicked, mysterious and dangerous and a fun yet important addition to the roster. More members could join the family down the road, and they will only follow a strong and cunning leader.
Winner: Bray Wyatt plots and schemes and finally pins John Cena. This will be the beginning of John Cena's "change" that will lead him to challenge Undertaker at WrestleMania 31.
Divas Championship match: AJ Lee (c) vs. the world
Though the Total Divas show is a hit, none of its cast will emerge as the new champion. AJ Lee is way too over and hot right now for the WWE to even think of taking that title off her.
She has been going strong for almost a year. Why not keep going and let her hit that 365-day-plus mark?
The Black Widow deserved a real match here, one on one, but it wasn't meant to be.
Someone will unseat her eventually, but it will not be any of these opponents—not tomorrow or the next day.
Naomi and Tamina are strong runners-up, but one will likely cost the other the chance to pin Lee.
My money is on Lita, Kharma or Mickie James down the road in 2014.
Winner by pinfall and still champion: AJ Lee who, despite not being in a singles match, gets her moment of glory at WrestleMania by being the first Diva to defend the title at the Show of Shows.
The Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar
It's WrestleMania, it's The Streak, and there will be pain and suffering but...when the dust settles...the darkness will prevail once more.
Winner by pinfall after many, many Tombstone piledrivers: The Undertaker. He'll go 22-0 at WrestleMania, end of discussion.
By now, per Wrestling Observer Newsletter (h/t SEScoops.com), there are so many Sting appearance rumors that he is almost certain to appear, but time doesn't stop for anyone, and Undertaker is not getting any younger. Neither is John Cena, so their match at 'Mania for The Streak must happen next year.
It is all up for speculation at this point, so everyone will just have to wait and see what happens on Sunday night.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship match: Randy Orton (c) vs. Batista vs. Daniel Bryan
The Viper hasn't been the most entertaining champion in history, but he is the first of his line now and deserved this spot on the card.
WWE believes in him enough, and now it's his time to drop the title to the one who has survived all the abuse and won the heart of the people: Daniel Bryan.
This is not a play for favorites. Too much has been at stake since him being made the No. 1 contender back in July 2013.
CM Punk is gone and not likely to return soon. People are fed up with Cena, and a new hero is necessary to carry this business forward.
Batista's return was not met with adulation or silence; it was met with real dislike. The pure heat forced the company's hand into turning him into a villain, even if he has a movie coming out.
It's just bad timing for him, unfortunately.
There is no possible way this night ends with fan disappointment. If Bryan doesn't win, there could be riots. After six hours, people are going to be emotional.
The night must end in fireworks, cheers and explosions. It is WrestleMania 30—the biggest night ever in the history of the company.
The bonus is that the event is in New Orleans, which deserves nothing but positive energy.
Winner and new WWE world heavyweight champion: Daniel Bryan. Please, WWE, have Howard Finkel announce!