The rumour mill ahead of WrestleMania XXXI is spinning fast and we can now add another name to the list of stars who have several different paths ahead of them.
Until RAW on Monday night, we were sure that it would be Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the main event.
Now even that match isn't guaranteed with Daniel Bryan now set to challenge Reigns for the role of #1 contender for Lesnar's title.
Daniel Bryan, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns all have multiple options they could be taken towards ahead of WrestleMania.
Now another name can be added to that list and it is a man that had been previously linked with a WrestleMania clash with Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler.
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Rather than turning Ziggler heel and having him take on the leader of the yes movement, he may instead be moving to another division.
Ziggler is set to team up with another member of Team Cena from Survivor Series Ryback tonight on Smackdown and that is not set to change.
It has been reported that pairing the two together won't be on a one night only basis and that their partnership may be around for a long time.
Putting two of their biggest stars in a tag team battle at WrestleMania could prove to be a risky tactic but the two have worked well together before.
Ryback is of course no stranger to the tag team division given his allegiance with Curtis Axel prior to the injury that kept him out for a long time last year.
The tag team division is struggling and as teams like Gold and Stardust and The Miz and Damien Mizdow seem to be coming to an end, the team of Ziggler and Ryback could be another option to liven up the competition.
Where will we end up?
With WrestleMania over a month away, the big question of where will we actually end up is clearly far away from being answered.
Many still expect Reigns to challenge Lesnar for the title meaning that he will beat Bryan at Fastlane.
The Undertaker is still expected to return and many think he will be taking on the Eater of Worlds in Bray Wyatt.
The legendary dream match between Triple H and Sting looks all but confirmed now after Triple H's big hint on Monday night interview with Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Rusev vs John Cena should also be going ahead for the second time whilst Dean Ambrose challenging for Bad News Barrett's Intercontinental Championship is also expected.
The roles of Daniel Bryan, Seth Rollins and several other big stars are still up in the air and all eyes will be on the rest of the Road to WrestleMania to see what unfolds.