Battleground was originally thought to be the last pay-per-view stop before SummerSlam but this year is building up to be one of the best pay-per-views this year.
WWE have finally announced the match we have all been waiting for since that fateful night after Payback when Seth Rollins turned on his two "brothers." Dean Ambrose seemed to take more offence to this than Roman Reigns and since the two have been embroiled in a vicious feud.
Money in the Bank
The Money in the Bank pay-per-view saw the two of them booked in their first match together and saw Dean actually injure himself, his shoulder still remains taped following this but the two did show just how brutal they can be when they were left in a ring with ladders.
Many were hoping for a street fight between the pair after they have taken to fighting in the crowd and outside the ring as of late. But as of yet there has been no stipulation added to the match and fans will be happy that the two will finally be meeting in one-on-one competition after weeks of enticing each other and costing one another victories.
As well as possibly the most anticipated match of the night, there is the already announced fatal four way main event between previously mentioned Roman Reigns, Kane, John Cena and Randy Orton which could see a new champion crowned without current champion John Cena needing to be pinned.
The Usos will also be defending their tag team titles against Luke Harper and Erick Rowan for the second time in as many pay-per-views but this time it is in a two out of three falls match. As well as the epic Battle Royal for the vacant Intercontinental Championship.
Jack Swagger v Rusev could be announced on the final Raw before Battleground this week, with the challenge already being issued, but Chris Jericho v Bray Wyatt was made after the two had an altercation when the former undisputed WWE Champion returned to Raw last week.
Paige v AJ Lee for the Divas Championship was announced at last nights Smackdown tapings and is a long awaited match between these two divas, a feud that began the night after Wrestlemania and could end next Sunday night with Paige as a two time Divas Champion after just three and a half months on WWE's main roster.
There could also be a second divas match the same night as former team mates Cameron and Naomi look set to go one-on-one as well.
Many more matches could be announced on Monday night but the current card already have all the makings of a historic night.
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