Like any of the events that preceded it, WrestleMania 30 was a show ripe with moments that were talked about, analyzed and dissected in the hours and days following its conclusion.
Moments such as Cesaro's bodyslamming of Big Show over the top rope, AJ Lee overcoming the odds to retain her title, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon finally getting what was coming to them and the Wyatt Family's stellar entrance were all outstanding.
None, however, had any real, lasting impact.
They were phenomenal, yes, but it takes something truly special to stand the test of time.
Sunday night, four moments in particular occurred that fans will look back on with great admiration and fondness in the years and decades to come.
Whether it was the culmination of an eight-month journey to greatness, the shocking end to one of the most storied streaks in sports and entertainment history, the gathering of three of the greatest stars the industry has ever seen or the long-awaited return of one of wrestling's most captivating icons, the show produced four memories that encapsulated everything that WrestleMania is, was and ever will be.