"The Granddaddy of them All," "The Showcase of the Immortals," "The Grandest Stage of them All."
These are just some of the names that the event known as WrestleMania has been given.
The idea originally stemmed from Vince McMahon's vision of a supercard that would draw interest from all over the world.
The first WrestleMania took place in Madison Square Garden, the spiritual home of the WWE, on March 31, 1985.
Twenty-seven years later, WrestleMania is still going strong with tickets selling out in minutes and cities bidding to host the event.
It truly transformed the scale of wrestling to the next level with indoor attendance records being broken at WrestleMania III in Detroit with 93,173 fans.
It also advanced the pay-per-view industry in wrestling with the Royal Rumble, Survivor Series, Summerslam and Starrcade to follow in its footsteps.