Dwayne ''The Rock'' Johnson
It's that time again: the time when your favorite Superstars and Divas put it all on the line during the biggest WWE event of the year. Unfortunately, WrestleMania 32 comes at a time when many Superstars are sidelined with injuries, but that doesn't mean the WWE won't put on one hell of a show.
Here's everything you need to know about WrestleMania 32:
When to watch: Sunday at 7/6c on the WWE Network
How to pregame: With USA's Must Rock marathon, naturally. Leading up to WrestleMania, the network will air a movie marathon featuring all of The Rock's biggest hits, including Fast Five.
USA will then broadcast a live, one-hour WrestleMania kickoff show beginning at 6/5c.
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What to look forward to: In the main event, Triple H will defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Roman Reigns. And here are the other must-see matches:After Vince McMahon's son surprising return to the WWE, Shane McMahon will return to the ring for the first time in seven years to take on the Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell. The stakes are especially high for this match. If Shane wins, he'll take his rightful place as heir to the WWE and the Deadman will be forced to end his career.
The Lunatic Fringe, Dean Ambrose, will take on the Beast, Brock Lesnar, in a no-holds-barred street fight.
WWE Divas Champion Charlotte will face Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks in a triple-threat match for her title.
Chris Jericho and AJ Styles will finally try to put their feud rest when they go head-to-head in the ring once again.
Twenty Superstars, including Big Show, Mark Henry and Kane, will compete in the third annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.
The Rock will make an appearance, but he's not confirmed for any actual matches. However, that doesn't mean he won't find an "electrifying" way to mix things up.
Will you watch WrestleMania 32?