Raw became 1100 episodes old last night and what a way for the WWE to celebrate this landmark.
Seth Rollins announced last week on Main Event that there would be a second Money in the Bank ladder match this year for the traditional briefcase and contract, before Triple H then announced in his mid-week interview with Michael Cole that not all of the remaining six participants would have to qualify.
It seems that none of the six participants will have to qualify because Triple H announced all of them in the middle of the ring last night, so Dolph Ziggler, Bad News Barrett, Kofi Kingston, Rob Van Dam, Jack Swagger and Dean Ambrose will be joining Seth Rollins in the match on Sunday.
Seth Rollins had to convince Triple H to put Dean into the match after he again attacked his former team mate and told him if he wasn't in the match he wouldn't know where he is, so Seth decided he would rather have Dean where he could see him.
Seth then tweeted: "Friends close. Enemies closer. #raw #mitb"
Triple H did warn that Vickie Guerrero would be dealt with on Raw and Stephanie challenged the General Manager to a match where the winner had to push the other into brown, foul smelling liquid. Layla, Rosa and Alicia helped Stephanie and Vickie was thrown into the pit and fired but the cougar got the last laugh as she knocked Stephanie into the liquid as well.
As well as this, a fourth match for the Money in the Bank pay-per-view was announced as Paige defends her divas title against Naomi.
The Funkadactyls are all but over right now and it seems that after she pinned Paige on Main Event and again seemed to be on her side last night, Naomi has done enough to gain herself a shot at the title she has never held.
With the rumours surrounding AJ as of late and the speculation surrounding Paige, it seems Naomi could be the favourite heading into this match.
Triple H was full of announcements last night as shockingly he decided there would be an eighth person in the Money in the Bank ladder match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and after the main event pitting all seven men against each other, much like on Smackdown, the COO came out to announce none other than Kane would be the missing participant.
So either John Cena, Roman Reigns, Alberto Del Rio, Cesaro, Bray Wyatt, Sheamus, Randy Orton and Kane will be leaving Money in the Bank this Sunday as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.