WWE Night of Champions is this Sunday night and it is shaping up to be a great event with some big matches taking place.
There is arguably nowhere better to start than the rematch between John Cena and Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
These two cashed over the title at SummerSlam over a month ago in what has been described as the most one sided title match in WWE history.
Other matches include Roman Reigns vs former Shield brother and Mr Money in the Bank Seth Rollins and Chris Jericho taking on Randy Orton.
Other title matches include the Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler taking on The Miz, US Champion Sheamus taking on Cesaro and the Tag Team Champions the Usos taking on Gold and Stardust.
It has shaped up to be a great event and who knows what will actually happen when forces collide at the Bridgestone Arena.
I have a theory regarding Sunday's main event which could see a very exciting end to the show and would certainly draw a 'This is Awesome' chant from the WWE Universe.
A big climax
With Cena v Lesnar to end the show, I predict a win for the newly aggressive John Cena in what is sure to be a very physical battle.
Tying Ric Flair for most title wins of all time, Cena will win back the title he lost at SummerSlam but he may not hold it for long.
I predict, losing to Cena will turn the beast incarnate to one giant rage monkey and that he will then attack Cena and leave the new champion out cold.
Then, out comes Mr Money in the Bank Seth Rollins for his latest attempt to cash in that gold briefcase.
This may not be the height of the excitement however as a few months ago, former Shield member Dean Ambrose promised to haunt Seth Rollins and b there when he tries to cash it in.
Ambrose hasn't been seen in the last month after he had his head driven through some cinder blocks by Rollins the night after SummerSlam.
Despite that, he is set to return to action this Monday night on RAW, but there may be a little more to it.
The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee have previously advertised Ambrose for the event before they stopped a few weeks ago.
So what if Ambrose returns out of nowhere to once again foil Rollins plans?
Maybe yes, maybe no
While my theory would create an epic end to the Pay-Per-View, there may be some harsh truths about it that may prevent it happening.
It is of course possible that the Bridgestone Arena stopped advertising Ambrose so as not to deprive the WWE fans of the joy of watching it unfold before their eyes.
Or maybe they stopped advertising the Lunatic Fringe because he just won't be at the event at all.
Then there is always the question of where will Ambrose go one he does return?
Will they want to keep the Ambrose v Rollins rivalry alive? After all they may have gone as far as they can with it.
Who knows what will unfold at Night of Champions but either way I think we are in for a great event.