It's finally WrestleMania week, the biggest week in wrestling and tonight marks the final live televised build up to Sunday's event when Raw comes to us live from Los Angeles.
With matches still to be announced for the final card, Sting and The Undertaker rumoured to be appearing and Brock Lesnar scheduled for an appearance, it seems WWE are going all out for the go home episode.
There will also be celebrities in attendance as Snoop Dogg looks set to be a part of a storyline with Mr AxelMania himself, Curtis Axel, and Bill Simmons looks set to play out a confrontation with announcer JBL.
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This will be the final time the WWE Universe will see Brock Lesnar before he defends his WWE World Heavyweight Championship on Sunday night and he needs to send a message to his challenger Roman Reigns since his advocate Paul Heyman has been carrying most of the storyline for the past four weeks.
Reigns could in-fact deliver his own message as he continues his "I can and I will" determination and finally is allowed to stand face to face with The Beast Incarnate.
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Speculation surrounding tonight's Raw suggests that Sting is currently in Los Angeles and could play a part in tonight's live episode as Triple H finds a way to bounce back from last week's events as Sting arrived to help Randy Orton fend off The Authority.
How will Seth Rollins react to his Wrestlemania opponent and how will that story be taken forward?
The biggest pop of the night could come from the final build up of The Undertaker's 23rd Wrestlemania match, as it is rumoured that The Deadman could in-fact make his first WWE appearance since last year's Wrestlemania.
It was thought that WWE were keeping The Deadman off TV until Wrestlemania so that there would be a better reaction when the WWE Universe saw the kind of condition he was in, but as always WWE can change their mind and he could still make an appearance.
Add this to the newly announced Tag Team Championship fatal four way match which includes Tyson Kidd and Cesaro, Los Matadores, The Usos and The New Day. And whether or not Jey Uso will be fit to tag with his brother on Sunday.
John Cena verses Rusev could also see a switch in momentum with Lana not scheduled to appear and the contract already signed, what is left for these two to decide?
The Andre the Giant Battle Royale still has spaces up for grabs and we could see the final participants revealed and all 20 men take part in a brawl of sorts.
Bad News Barrett finally has his Intercontinental Championship back, but will it go missing again? Will we see the eighth member of the match announced? Or will this come down to the wire and the final participant will be announced Sunday night?
The Divas tag team match also needs it's final build up as AJ and Paige go up against The Bellas and the two teams will be wanting to get the upper hand heading into Sunday's event.
It seems tonight there are a lot of combustible elements and in the week before WrestleMania, there is no telling who will come out on top and who will be left in the shadows.