We are just over a week away from Extreme Rules and the event is already going to be filled with historical importance.
We will see Seth Rollins' first ever WWE World Heavyweight Championship defense as he takes on Randy Orton.
Daniel Bryan will defend his Intercontinental championship for the first time since winning the title at WrestleMania last month.
John Cena and Rusev will step into the ring for third successive Pay-Per-View whilst Roman Reigns and the Big Show are set for a huge encounter.
With questions over plans for Bray Wyatt, excitement ahead of Sheamus vs Dolph Ziggler and curiosity over who will face Nikki Bella for the Divas championship, Extreme Rules clearly still has a lot left to be answered.
Whilst there will be some epic clashes in Rosemont, Illinois, the WWE have taken some fairly big risks ahead of their most extreme night of the year.
Seth Rollins will take on Randy Orton in a cage match where Orton's RKO is banned with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line.
Rusev will face off against John Cena in a Russian Chain match as he looks to regain the United States championship he lost at WrestleMania.
There have been some strange stipulations already announced, but perhaps the strangest will come in the Sheamus vs Dolph Ziggler match.
The two will finally come to blows in what has been called a 'Kiss me arse' match where the stipulation simply describes the fate of the loser.
With Roman Reigns and Big Show going head to head in a conventional Last Man Standing match, theirs is the only stipulation that doesn't seem stupid in my opinion.
Vince McMahon's Kiss my A** club was a key component in the attitude era and the match between Ziggler and Sheamus could be seen as an attempt to bring the legendary club out of retirement.
The bizarre stipulations announced for Extreme Rules could either be seen as the WWE's attempt to put some refreshing ideas into an old show or as a way of trying to hard to give the audience something new.
However fans choose to look it, they will either love or hate the stipulations which are undoubtedly something new.