Well, WrestleMania is going to be weird this year, isn't it?
Because of You Know What, WWE's biggest show of the year will take place in front of an empty arena for the first time ever. Although, knowing Vince McMahon, he'll probably still find a way to tell us that 40,000 people were there.
Whether the bizarre, two night, empty stadium show will go ahead or it'll get postponed until the summer, WrestleMania 36 will be one to remember, for one reason or another.
Let's hope it's not the same reason that these ten 'Manias are remembered.
Choosing the right match to close WrestleMania can make or break the pay-per-view and even a great main event match can be ruined by a bad closing spot.
These ten horrible happenings left a sour taste in the mouths of everyone who tuned into 'Mania that year - even more so for the people who'd forked out thousands of dollars to go to the event in person.
Botches, bad booking, and straight up terrible wrestling are all at fault for these awful endings.
Let's take a look back at some moments that WWE wishes nobody was there to see - here are the ten worst WrestleMania endings of all time.