This image has so many connotations, it's impossible to list them all.
Ask WWE fans what this picture means to them, and the multitude of different answers you'd receive would be astounding. At WrestleMania XX, two of the greatest in-ring performers in professional wrestling, Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero, closed the show as World Champions.
In a business notorious for emphasising size and stature over genuine talent, this was phenomenal. Both men toiled tirelessly throughout their careers to stand atop the mountain, travelling all over the world to refine their in-ring performances. They were truly deserving of this moment, which at the time was one of the most heartwarming in wrestling history.
It was a dream. It became a nightmare.
What happened in the next few years shocked, devastated and appalled fans. Eddie Guerrero, still in his prime and more popular than he'd ever been, died of heart complications in 2005. In 2007, Chris Benoit committed suicide after murdering his wife and child, the ultimate black mark on the history of professional wrestling.
Fans look at this image and remember a moment of such unadulterated joy that it makes the way the lives of both men transpired more bitter, tragic and troubling than ever.
In an image that displays both men as heroes, one man's legacy remains pure. Eddie Guerrero is perhaps the most beloved wrestler of all time. The other man's legacy is irreparably shattered; Chris Benoit is the most divisive, controversial and disquieting wrestler in history.