So from Monday Night Raw, we found out what the main event will be at next month's PPV, Fastlane.
With the main event of Raw being Rusev and Sheamus against Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns, it was the former-Shield members that prevailed, but their celebrations were cut short when Stephanie McMahon came out.
Stephanie took to the mic to announce next month's main-event and she confirmed that Ambrose and Reigns will compete in a triple-three match for a chance to become the number-one contender for the WWE championship.
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The Shield brothers will be joined by none other than Brock Lesnar, with the winner going on to face Triple H at Wrestlemania 32.
Now there are many possibilities how this match could end up going, but one thing for sure is that the Wyatt family have to get involved.
WWE have been very clever by dropping hints that Bray Wyatt and Lesnar are going to feud soon.
At the go home show before the Royal Rumble, it ended with the Wyatts beating down Lesnar and Bray hitting him with the Sister Abigail, and then during the Rumble, the beast got his revenge by eliminating Braun Strowman, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan.
However, once again it was the Wyatts who had the last laugh as the trio got back into the ring and helped Bray eliminate Lesnar from the match.
The past two weeks have seemingly set up the feud between the two to go on through the Wrestlemania season, but with Lesnar being involved in the Fastlane main event, Bray will have to have the last word.
A possible way of making it happen is have Lesnar in control of the match, beating down both former-Shield members, before the lights going out and then all four members of the Wyatts making their way down to the ring to demolish Lesnar once again.
With Wyatt costing Lesnar a chance at Triple H's title, that will set up their match for the grandest stage of them all.
It will then leave Reigns to beat Ambrose and that will set up the title match.