Summer Slam is just over a week away and the WWE Universe is abuzz about some of the very rare appearances we could be set to see.
Th Undertaker is confirmed to be in action against none other than Brock Lesnar, but appearances from Sting, Stephen Amell and Dolph Ziggler are all up in the air.
What Roman knows
Amell is booked in for a tag team match with Neville to take on King Barrett and his apparent nemesis Stardust, while appearances from Ziggler and Sting are still just rumours.
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The roster has moved a long way since the last big PPV of 2015 where WrestleMania XXXI threw up it's fair share of shocks.
Daniel Bryan is once again out injured, Kevin Owens and Neville have not only debuted but have risen high on the main roster and the Diva's division is almost unrecognisable.
As for Roman Reigns, he has gone from challenging Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the main event, to taking part in a tag team match with Dean Ambrose against Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper.
This match has had a lot of rumours surrounding it including the possible appearance of the Vigilante Sting.
So naturally, everyone wants to ask Reigns questions about what we may see at Summer Slam.
When asked if we could see the Rock appear at the four hour Summer Slam special, Reigns had a very interesting answer.
"I wanna tell you, but I don’t want to give anything away.” - Reigns on whether the Rock will be in Brooklyn
Whether Reigns is just teasing something or there is actually a plan in the works is anyone's guess, but an appearance from the Rock at Summer Slam could serve one great purpose.
Road to WrestleMania starts now
The last time we saw the Rock, he appeared at WrestleMania XXXI and teamed up with Ronda Rousey to take out the Authority.
Rumours are strong that the People's Champion is set for a match in Arlington, Texas next year at WrestleMania XXXII and an appearance at Summer Slam could help to start that path.
The question is however, who will the Great One be on a collision course with?
Many feel it will be Triple H, but could he be set for a huge rematch against the man who beat him at Summer Slam in 2002 in Brock Lesnar?
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