Last night's RAW was one to remember as it took many big steps in setting up feuds for WrestleMania XXXI.
Bray Wyatt finally got an answer from the Undertaker who appeared to accept his challenge for a match at WrestleMania.
John Cena finally got his match against Rusev at WrestleMania for the United States championship and the Intercontinental Championship free for all appeared to add some new names.
The Authority was dismantled and Randy Orton finally exacted some revenge on Seth Rollins for the attack he suffered prior to Survivor Series.
RAW was held in Pittsburgh and as a special treat for the fans, the company brought in a Pittsburgh native to perform live at the show.
Recording artist Wiz Khalifa was hired to perform live on the show and he also debuted his new single live on international television.
Khalifa appeared to work well with Damien Sandow who was his personal assistant for the night and still attempting to increase his popularity within the company.
But a somewhat controversial tweet by the Platinum recording artist has suggested that he may not be invited back to work with the company.
Revealing that the artist was intoxicated on marijuana during his performance live on RAW may not have been such a smart idea.
The WWE are a well known PG rated company and finding that they used a performer who was intoxicated during his performance can't sit well with the higher ups.
The match card for WrestleMania really is filling up quickly with Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship set to headline the show.
There is however still room for a couple more matches at the show and two more at least are expected to be announced.
Seth Rollins and Randy Orton have long been expected to be facing off at WrestleMania and Monday's events only make that an almost certainty.
There is also expected to be a match for the tag team titles at the show despite the exact participants not yet being named.