The WWE Universe is still coming down from the high of Elimination Chamber, and now WWE has begun the build up to Money in the Bank which is just over a week away.
There have already been several matches announced, including what is set to be an epic showdown between former Shield brothers Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose in a ladder match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
Kevin Owens and John Cena are set to do battle again as well after Owens had one of the most destructive in-ring debuts WWE has ever seen on Sunday and pinned the 15-time world champion after a second pop-up powerbomb.
It was also announced on Smackdown that The New Day will defend their tag titles against The Prime Time Players after they defeated The Ascension and Lucha Dragons to become number one contenders.
But Money in the Bank has become famous as the pay-per-view where Mr Money in the Bank is crowned, last year Seth Rollins won the case and main evented WrestleMania 31 before walking out with the championship.
This year's match looks to be a lot harder to predict, with the main favourite Dean Ambrose not playing a part in the match it seems that Roman Reigns could be the one to take the briefcase in his absence.
It was announced that Reigns, Neville, Sheamus, Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston and Dolph Ziggler would fight it out for this year's contract. Then on this week's Smackdown Kane was also added to the match.
This makes it even harder to predict because Kane is the main member of The Authority and with Rollins in a rebellious stage it could be The Authority's plan to have Kane win the case so that the title will remain within The Authority regardless of Seth's actions.
This year's match contains two former winners in Dolph Ziggler and Randy Orton, but you have to think that Rusev will play a part in the match as well if Dolph is involved - and because the ladder match is no-disqualification.
Kane's addition does leave the winner up in the air, but the news doesn't end there either as it is being reported that an eighth superstar will be added to the match on Monday Night Raw.
All that is known for certain is that it won't be Bray Wyatt, Mark Henry or King Barrett because they all faced Roman Reigns for a place in the match on Monday's episode of Raw and failed, so it will be interesting to see who the final addition is and whether WWE will call up an NXT superstar for the show like they did with Kevin Owens on Sunday.
Who do you think should be added on Monday?