As we continue to deal with the fallout of Survivor Series, we can look ahead to a very exciting end to the year in the WWE.
Not only is the TLC PPV already beginning to take shape three weeks before the WWE descends on Cleveland.
We already know of what should be an epic TLC match and a Chairs match which was announced on this weeks episode Smackdown.
With the second clash between Dean Ambrose and Bray Wyatt announced, and big match between Ryback and Kane set for the event, it is already looking set to be a good night.
But its not just the big event in Ohio that we have to look forward to in December as several big name superstars are set to make their returns.
- CM Punk told by doctor that he should be dead
- WWE must change these things to improve
- Seth Rollins makes stunning WWE locker room statement
We already know that WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar will be appearing at the December 8th episode of RAW.
However it now appears that his advocate, Paul Heyman will be returning to WWE TV a week earlier to promote his clients return.
Lesnar is expected to be defending his title at TLC but there are currently many different plans being rumoured.
Perhaps the biggest shock return we could see would be Rey Mysterio who hasn't been seen for many months yet could return before 2014 is over.
Along with Lesnar and Mysterio, Roman Reigns confirmed during an interview at Survivor Series that he would be back within a month which could hint at a return around TLC.
Alongside those two powerhouses we are also set to see the return of the Viper Randy Orton which is imminent.
Orton was rumoured to be returning at Survivor Series but clearly was set back due to the emergence of Sting.
A new day
Despite the returns listed above, there is one big debut confirmed for next Monday as the New Day finally dawns.
Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods and Big E Langston are all set to be forming a new faction in the WWE and are set to reshape the landscape of the company.
Rumoured to be the new Nation of Domination they would certainly cause an impact when they finally appear on our screens.