Tonight's episode of RAW saw some big plans for Summer Slam laid down and have vastly improved the already impressive match card.
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins laid out a challenge to United States Champion John Cena for a title vs title match to open the show.
Here comes the hero
Rollins would also issue a WWE World Heavyweight Championship open challenge aimed towards El Torito, but would then be accepted by Neville.
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The two gave a great match and for the first time in several weeks, Neville had a match without an enigmatic promo from Stardust taking place.
He would however make an appearance in a backstage segment later in the show as he claimed that Neville had let him down and he will have to find a new hero.
The segment was yet another nod aimed at Stephen Amell, star of popular TV show Arrow based on the DC Comics super hero.
The two had an altercation several months ago and in the aftermath, Stardust continued to fire shots (no pun intended) at the TV star.
Well tonight was the final straw and following Stardust's message, Amell had an interesting message to tweet out.
It was confirmed shortly after that Amell will in fact be on RAW next week and will finally confront Stardust.
This is the storyline that had been rumoured for a long time but was thrown into doubt following the death of Stardust's father Dusty Rhodes.
However it now looks likely that the two will go head to head at Summer Slam as Amell has clearly seen enough of Stardust's messages.
Big names racking up
With the return to the ring of the Undertaker at Summer Slam, an expected debut of Stephen Amell / the Arrow and the probable return of Intercontinental Champion Ryback, Summer Slam is starting to look good already.
With Cesaro and Kevin Owens set to take a centre stage, the diva's revolution about to explode and an open playing field in the tag team division, Summer Slam could be a show to remember in 2015.