With the additional, customary, 2 hour pre-show? A couple of things have got me thinking about the scheduling of WrestleMania this year. And the first of those is the decision to turn the other big three pay per views unto 4 hour events. Traditionally, the four hour slot was saved for only WrestleMania. Historically, it made Mania feel as though it was genuinely a bigger deal than the rest of the events. Now that the playing field is seemingly levelled, I think the WWE will be considering going ahead with the 5 hour event for only Mania. But moreover, the build towards Mania this year has been pretty good. I would go as far as to say that it has made the build towards last year's event look pretty underwhelming. More importantly, it has captured the imagination of the WWE fans. I have been looking around this forum and other news websites to get a feel for what people are expecting and wanting. A lot of the matches seem set in stone. Goldberg versus Lesnar, Triple H versus Rollins, The Undertaker versus Cena (?), Owens versus Jericho, Styles versus The Miz (?), Strowman versus Reigns, Bayley versus Charlotte... The list goes on and on. The point I am trying to make is that the WWE now have a massive wealth of talent that will all be looking to take part in the event. That's not even mentioning the Cruiserweight Division or the Andre the Giant Battle Royal, it doesn't take into account the IC Championship, the Tag Championships or other people that deserve the shot. My point is, the WWE have the talent pool to fill the show. But even more importantly than that, it means that the WWE are giving the wrestlers time to put on great matches. After WK11, the WWE should take the opportunity to show the world that they have the best wrestlers in the world. The talking should all be done by then and the wrestling should be what takes over. What's your thoughts?