Hell in a Cell comes to us live this Sunday from Dallas, Texas and it will see two fiery divas matches.
Nikki Bella goes one-on-one with her sister Brie with the loser having to be the winners personal assistant for a month, whilst former best friends turned enemies AJ Lee and Paige clash for The Divas Championship, again.
AJ Lee and Paige have had a back and forth rivalry over the championship for the best part of 2014, lately the rivalry has heated up as the two have finally broken off from being friends and have admitted that the other person is competition.
Paige then took Alicia Fox under her wing whilst AJ has tried to find a partner who can tag with her, Emma and Layla being the unfortunate two, but to no avail, but the good thing was the fact that WWE are building towards something with this storyline now as we await the person who can finally partner AJ.
The WWE Universe knows how dear AJ Lee holds her title and the promo she cut on Smackdown about it being the only tag partner she ever needed, showed that. But Paige could be a lot more dangerous on Sunday night because she will have Alicia Fox in her corner and this could prove to be a small advantage.
Hopefully this is the last time these two face each other for the title because many fans have lost interest in their rivalry, which has been going on since the night after Wrestlemania, in April! And has already seen the title change hands between the divas twice!
Whether Alicia involves herself in the match to create a new angle, or AJ finally finds a friend to help her on Sunday are still just rumours at this stage, but when the only womens title in the business is on the line, and it's between two women of Paige and AJ's ability, the WWE Universe knows they are in for a decent fight.
Nikki and Brie should also be a good showing after the build up it has had so far on both Raw and Smackdown and it will be interesting to see if the loser does follow through with their duties after the stipulation was made that they will have to quit if they don't.
Either way, two divas matches on another pay-per-view this year is a great sign for the growing women's division, and hopefully the four women put on a show worthy of Hell in a Cell.