Money in the Bank is less than two weeks away despite the WWE Universe still getting over the dramatic events of Elimination Chamber.
A week on Sunday will bring the annual challenge of climbing a ladder to claim a contract which entitles the superstar to a title shot at any point in the next 12 months.
It can often be seen as the richest prize in the WWE as it is on offer once a year and almost guarantees the title to the victor.
It has been won by some of the biggest names in the WWE both past and present and it is anyone's guess who will claim it this year.
With all the lure of the Money in the Bank match, the other matches taking place can occasionally be overshadowed.
Rumours have surfaced today which claim that the plan for the Intercontinental Championship match at Money in the Bank has been leaked.
It wouldn't be a stretch to see it coming to fruition however after the events that took place this past Monday on RAW.
After the Big Show delivered the knock-out punch to the Miz, there were brief hopes that he would actually prove to be a face character.... again.
However when he confronted Ryback, those hopes went out of the window and now it looks set to combust at Money in the Bank.
Rather than being a singles match however, it will reportedly be a triple threat contest between the three men in the ring on Monday night.
The triple threat match is set to act as Ryback's first title defense and it should also be more interesting than most matches Big Show has been involved in for a while.
Last minute call?
Ever since Ryback won the Intercontinental Championship at Elimination Chamber, we have heard two heartfelt speeches from the Big Guy.
It has recently emerged however that Ryback may have been a last minute decision with reports claiming that Sheamus was expected to win the title.
If Ryback was a last minute call to win the title, he was still a good call as he is one of the few men who get his chant ringing around arenas as well as Daniel Bryan.