Last weekend's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view may still be fresh in the memory but, as is always the case in the WWE, things are already ramping up for the next primetime event on the calendar.
Indeed, with Money in the Bank coming up in just two weeks some details have already been revealed concerning the hugely anticipated event with the Ladder match the focus of much of the news.
We already knew the match will have at least six competitors including the likes of Roman Reigns and Randy Orton. But now, via reports on tonight's SmackDown tapings, another big name Superstar has been added to the match and it isn't good news for Reigns fans.
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According to Wrestling Inc. veteran Superstar Kane inserted himself into the match as it's final participant during the taping of SmackDown that is set to air tomorrow evening.
The moment came towards the end of the show and, as you might imagine, is being seen as an anti-Roman Reigns move.
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With Kane firmly behind his man Seth Rollins as part of The Authority it seems that he will be doing his best to stop the likes recent rival Roman Reigns getting to the top of the ladder and grabbing that case come June 14th in Colombus, Ohio.
WIth Reigns heavily tipped to get his hands on the briefcase that has so often led to title runs in the past (see Seth Rollins) it looks like he will have to do it the hard way. This latest run in with Kane could well define how Roman Reigns' career pans out for the foreseeable future.
On a wider note, with Kane added to the showpiece event, the seven competitors chosen by the WWE really do epitomise every type of Superstar currently on the main roster.
From hard hitting, all-action types like Reigns, Randy Orton, Sheamus and Dolph Ziggler to acrobatic stars in the form of Kofi Kingston and Neville the match is set to pit all kinds of styles against each other in the hope of finding a man worthy to be in possession of the coveted briefcase.
Rest of the card
Of course, whilst the Ladder match will be a much watch event, the Money in the Bank pay-per-view has plenty of other exciting matches on the card.
Kevin Owens will continue his new feud against John Cena, whilst Kane also announced a new Tag Team match for the event that fans will find out about during SmackDown.
Then there is the main event; Seth Rollins against Dean Ambrose. The two former Shield members have wowed crowds so far this year and this June match up could be an all-time classic.
WWE fans: Who is your money on to win the Money in the Bank ladder match? Have your say in the comments below...