We are just under three weeks away from WrestleMania XXXI and the match card is filling up very quickly.
There have already been some huge matches that the WWE Universe are more than just a little eager to witness.
Sting, Triple H, the Undertaker, Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns will all be in action when the biggest show of the year rolls into San Francisco.
There is still room on the match card however for some of the biggest names in the company including Seth Rollins and even a possible return for Sheamus.
But the question has been asked for several weeks now, what will the leader of the Yes movement, Daniel Bryan be doing for WrestleMania this year?
Last year Bryan was the man who quite clichéd defeated all the odds to overcome the Authority and win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
This year however he is no longer in the title picture and so has had to make other arrangements.
This weeks Smackdown was filmed tonight and Bryan has personally revealed his plans for WrestleMania.
Bryan apparently began the show and informed the WWE Universe that he intends to take part in the Intercontinental Championship ladder match at WrestleMania.
Bryan has been involved in the free-for-all that has been taking place over the last few weeks in which several superstars have claimed possession of the title belt.
He has now officially named himself in the match and will surely be a fan favourite to walk away with the belt come WrestleMania.
The matches at WrestleMania are coming thick and fast with RAW this week officially announcing two new blockbuster clashes.
John Cena vs Rusev for the United States Championship and the Undertaker vs Bray Wyatt were both announced for March 29th.
The event will take place at the brand new Levis Stadium in San Francisco and is sure to be a night to remember.