WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar hasn't been seen on WWE TV since he was dominated by John Cena at last months Night of Champions pay-per-view, but it seems the beast incarnate is set for his return this week on Raw.
This week's episode is the final one before Sunday's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view which raises the question of why Brock will be there when he doesn't have a scheduled match on the card.
WWE to cool down on the Lesnar/Cena feud
It does seem that Brock won't be going after Seth, because he already has his hands full with John Cena, Dean Ambrose and the possibility of Randy Orton turning heel on him this week, but it was announced earlier in the week that John Cena will be facing Lesnar again at next year's Royal Rumble for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
Question marks have been raised over Lesnar's contract and health status since Night of Champions after what seemed like a lackluster performance from the Paul Heyman guy, but hopefully those questions will be answered when he appears in person tonight.
As well as the champion being in attendance, WWE has announced a blockbuster main event that will leave Sunday night's two main event matches wide open, as Seth Rollins and Kane face the team of Dean Ambrose and John Cena.
Will Dean and John be able to co-exist after the match they had on last weeks Raw? Will Randy Orton make his presence known? And who will head into Hell in a Cell on top at the end of this weeks episode?
Even more good news
As well as all of this, WWE has announced that this years Slammy Awards will also be taking place from Greenville on December 8th because the entire roster will not be in attendance for the required date later in the year.
Who will be this years winners and losers? And how will it affect the overall theme of the show as the go home episode of Raw needs to perform a lot better than the Night of Champions version. As well as this many more matches are still set to be announced because there is only currently four on the official card.
Its the final stop before one of the most brutal pay-per-views of the year and WWE are building it up expertly. Who will be left standing?