There are only two more episodes of RAW until all focus turns towards San Francisco and WrestleMania XXXI.
There have already been several high profile matches announced ahead of the event but tonight's episode saw a few more made.
Sting vs Triple H, Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar and a second Andre the Giant memorial battle royal have all headlined the event until tonight.
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Whilst everyone is looking forward to the WCW legend vs the WWE legend and the possible culmination of Roman Reigns' trip to the top, there are now more high profile matches set to take place in Santa Clara.
It was announced earlier today that there will be a divas tag team match as AJ Lee will make her return to PPV since we saw her lose her divas title at Tables, Ladders, Chairs and Stairs.
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Lee will partner her former 'frienemy' Paige and take on the Bella twins who have been torturing Paige in recent weeks until AJ's return last week.
Bray Wyatt vs the Undertaker
It is a match that has been rumoured for several months, it has been on then off again and it has now finally been confirmed.
Last week on Smackdown, Wyatt unveiled Undertaker's sacred urn and promised that he would unleash the power of the deadman on RAW.
The time finally came and Wyatt did indeed bring the urn to the ring and decided to unleash the power of the phenom.
The Undertaker has now confirmed his appearance at WrestleMania and the match itself will see two of the darkest characters in WWE history go head to head.
John Cena vs Rusev (US Title match)
This one had been building ever since Rusev made Cena pass out to the accolade at Fastlane several weeks ago.
Cena had been trying to get a rematch at WrestleMania but had been unsuccessful and it looked like he could actually not be going to WrestleMania.
But when Rusev faced Curtis Axel on RAW, Cena had a pre- match warning that he would come after him if he said anything about America.
After destroying Axel, Rusev would - against the wishes of Lana, make an anti- American speech, which would draw Cena out.
Randy Orton vs Seth Rollins
This wasn't a match that was actually set up tonight but the fight between the two that we have been waiting to see finally broke out.
All members of the Authority were for different reasons away from ringside and Orton and Rollins were facing Roman Reigns in a 2-on-1 handicap match.
When Rollins would desperately need a tag, Orton would pull away and distract him until Reigns could deliver the spear and win the match.
What happened when Orton came back into the ring was nothing short of brutal.
It will be interesting to see what happens between these two between now and WrestleMania and if they do get in the ring together at the Showcase of the Immortals.