Almost exactly a year to the day of their “Monday Night Raw” debut, Enzo Amore and Big Cass will perform on WWE’s biggest stage. They are set to compete in a ladder match for the Raw Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania 33 Sunday night.

“It’s a lifelong dream accomplished for the both of us,” Cass told International Business Times Friday morning, promoting their new SAWFT bar from SNICKERS, which is the exclusive presenting sponsor of WrestleMania. “We’re gonna need to take a moment on Sunday when we walk onto that stage to take a look around and take it all in because that’s something we’re never ever gonna forget.”

It’s been quite the year for Enzo and Cass, who showed up on “Monday Night Raw” the night after WrestleMania 32. Drawing one of the biggest crowd reactions of the night, they’ve been among the most popular WWE superstars ever since.

But as popular as Enzo and Cass have been in WWE, as well as in NXT before they were called up to the main roster, the team still hasn’t had a title run.

“We never won tag team championships in NXT, we haven’t won tag team championships on ‘Monday Night Raw.’ Our goal right now is to win the Raw Tag Team Championships,” Cass told IBT. “We need tag team championships to validate our journey, to validate our run as a tag team, and until we accomplish that goal, there’s no other goal in mind. We need to accomplish that.”

That doesn’t mean their time in WWE hasn’t featured some special moments. Arguably their biggest match to date didn’t involve a title. Enzo and Cass teamed up with John Cena to face AJ Styles, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson at WWE Battleground in July.

“Battleground was another one of those that was an opportunity of a lifetime, working with John Cena,” Enzo told IBT, noting that his debut is still his favorite moment in WWE. “There’s time constraints on the things we I can’t be out there holding a microphone all night, we got a match to wrestle. They gave me the opportunity of a lifetime to just be Enzo, and ‘Enzo, go say what you want.’ Basically, John Cena said ‘Hey, kid, green light, go say what you want,’ and we had a great night.”

Enzo isn’t among the biggest superstars on the roster, but he’s been successful because of his ability on the mic. He stands out with unique promos, and more than 70,000 fans will be chanting along with his catchphrases Sunday night at Camping World Stadium.

Cass certainly has the look of a prototypical WWE superstar. He’s the Diesel to Enzo’s Shawn Michaels with the potential to be a future WWE Champion. Cass has given WWE fans a glimpse of what he could be as a singles wrestlers, having a couple of big matches that didn’t include his tag team partner.

“For me, it’s the Universal Title Match, the fatal-4-way in Houston with Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens,” Cass told IBT when asked about the highlight of his first year in WWE. “The atmosphere in that building that night was absolutely electric. The fans were guaranteed to crown a new Universal Champion.”

Cass and Enzo could eventually go on to successful careers as singles wrestlers, but winning tag team gold is their current focus. They’ll try to do that against the teams of Gallows &  Anderson and Sheamus & Cesaro on the biggest WWE PPV of 2017.

With a year under their belts on WWE's main roster, the time has probably come for Enzo and Cass to become the No.1 tag team on “Monday Night Raw.” No team on the roster is as over on a weekly basis, and they are the betting favorites to take the titles from Gallows &  Anderson.

WrestleMania 33 begins at 7 p.m. EDT Sunday night, and it can be seen around the world with a live stream on WWE Network. The kickoff show begins at 5 p.m. EDT.