WWE Fastlane is this coming Sunday night and it is the final stop on the Road to WrestleMania XXXI.
The card is now fully complete thanks to the announcement made Thursday night on Smackdown.
With several matches that are set to shape the WWE landscape heading into WrestleMania, the show should have a few twists and turns.
With some big name stars not yet sealed into a match, the speculation around what roles men like Dolph Ziggler, Seth Rollins and even the possibly returning Sheamus could play.
There have now been seven matches announced for the event with four championships set to be put on the line.
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The final match on the card will be the start of what could be the final feud of a legendary career.
It was announced on Smackdown that brothers Gold and Stardust will face off on Sunday night at the WWE's newest PPV.
The two have been involved in some altercations over the last few weeks and their clash at Fastlane is expected to be the first of two.
There have been rumours that Goldust has been thinking of ending his career and it would be expected that one of the last remnants of the attitude era would want to go out on the grandest stage of them all.
A retirement match at WrestleMania would be a fitting end to the career of Goldust and perhaps even more fitting, it would be his brother who ends his career.
Hyping up the match
There was a segment on Smackdown tonight which had Goldust conducting an interview where he discussed his brother.
"Stardust is more than a persona, Stardust is a cancer who is eating my brother Cody Rhodes alive."
You can see Gold and Stardust's segment from Smackdown tonight below but the match should be set to be more than just a mid card battle come Sunday.