It is WrestleMania season, arguably the most exciting time of the year for wrestling fanatics. Fans around the world are glued to the screen (TV or computer), desperate for any new developments regarding wrestling's Super Bowl.
It is this time of year that the WWE performs at its highest level, when anything can happen and surprises crop up more often than a Ric Flair blade-job.
But we wrestling fans are a pessimistic bunch.
Despite our year-long dedication to wrestling programming, we're sooner to dissect a show looking for faults than we are to praise it.
Whether it is derived from love, anxiety or depression, wrestling fans tend to place their grievances with a product at the forefront of the wrestling news agenda.
So why should WrestleMania XXVII be any different?
Over the next few slides, I will share my pessimistic ponderings regarding the five things that I believe could derail WrestleMania XXVII unless they are addressed by WWE.