As Friday Night Smackdown aired this week, everyone knew it was going to be a special show as it was celebrating the 15th anniversary of the show.
The WWE rumour mill has been working overtime this week after the surprise return of the Rock on Monday's episode of RAW.
Many have theorized that the Great One's return was the start of the road to WrestleMania and that he will be set to have a match at WrestleMania XXXI.
Naturally with that has come speculation over who he may face when the granddaddy of them all comes to Santa Clara next year.
Some feel it will be the man he confronted on RAW, the Bulgarian Brute Rusev, others feel he will square off against a WWE legend at the event.
The biggest name thrown around is the WWE's COO, Triple H who has featured prominently on their YouTube channel ahead of Smackdown's birthday show.
One such highlight was from the very first Smackdown show where the two faced off for the WWE Championship in the main event.
The question has been on the minds of all WWE fans this week and after the Rock had a spontaneous interview with TMZ a few days ago claiming he won't be competing at the show, everyone's hearts sank.
But then a video which was shot after the Rock's appearance at RAW was aired during Smackdown which has now surely reignited the rumours stronger than ever.
It is a classic Rock and Triple H scene as it goes from funny to serious in the blink of an eye and even got the pair trending on Twitter.
The dream match?
With WrestleMania XXXI just a few months away, everyone is questioning the returns of some of the WWE's biggest legends.
The Undertaker and the Immortal Hulk Hogan are the main names rumoured to be having their retirement matches in San Francisco.
Of course another name being mentioned is the WCW legend Sting who has been rumoured to be having his first and last match in the WWE at WrestleMania for several months now.
Should all three feature at the event then WrestleMania XXXI should be one of the best ever and surely all three will be competing to be the highlight of the show.