We finally have the confirmation we have been waiting several months for that the Undertaker will officially be at WrestleMania XXXI.
The Undertaker had been rumoured to be facing several big names in the last few months of 2014 which ranged from Sting to other big WWE names.
It was however confirmed on Monday's episode of RAW that the man who has been targeting him will get his wish when the Undertaker goes one on one with Bray Wyatt.
Wyatt has been producing video messages to the phenom ever since the Royal Rumble and he will now step into the ring with the legend at WrestleMania.
The clash in San Francisco is widely being considered to be the Undertaker's farewell match, but rumours now suggest that the WWE could be set to make a big change for the event.
The infamous toll of the bell and the lightning strikes are both trademarks of the deadman's arrival but some aspects could be about to change.
When the Undertaker responded to Bray Wyatt on RAW, the message "At WrestleMania The Man Comes Around".
This happens to be the title of a song by Johnny Cash and the song could in fact turn out to be the Undertaker's entrance theme for WrestleMania XXXI.
The Undertaker has emerged to a Johnny Cash song once before in the run up to WrestleMania XXVII he showed up to a Smackdown show with a different theme.
The question remains whether the WWE will want to change the theme of one of their biggest legends for his potential departing match or not.
Then again, it could always turn out to be a simple fact that the demon of Death Valley enjoys the musical styling of Johnny Cash.
A blockbuster night ahead
WrestleMania XXXI has already shaped up to be a memorable night with so many high profile matches already announced for the big event.
With Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship set to headline the event, we will also see the WCW legend Sting take on the WWE legend Triple H.
John Cena is set to take on Rusev while a comical situation with the Intercontinental Championship has now resulted in a multi-superstar ladder match for the belt that everyone has been fighting for possession of ever since Fastlane.