It is WrestleMania season and far from having a set in stone main event between a WWE World Heavyweight Champion and his challenger, we have a lot of uncertainty.
Current champion Triple H will defend his title before Mania against Dean Ambrose at the impromptu event Road Block, while the Game's challenger Roman Reigns is set for a couple of weeks off of TV.
All set to change?
Ambrose earned himself a title shot this week on RAW and should he win, he will be expected to punch his ticket to the WrestleMania main event.
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This does seem highly unlikely though with the Lunatic Fringe set to take on Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania.
Pretty much everyone has expected Triple H to retain his title at Road Block, but could a recent revelation suggest that he will actually lose the title?
The Royal Rumble in January was Triple H's first in-ring appearance since WrestleMania 31 as the veteran steps into the ring only once or twice a year.
Now it appears that details of his talent contract could have sealed his fate.
With the extract from his alleged contract, it looks like Triple H's contract as an in-ring competitor is set to expire before WrestleMania.
Of course, it is largely expected that he would sign an extension to the contract, but if that doesn't prove to be the case, could he be set to lose the title before WrestleMania?
Is he does drop the title before WrestleMania, the question becomes, what will happen to the matches already confirmed for the event in Dallas?
Two matches become one?
If Ambrose does leave with the title at WrestleMania, the question becomes, what to do with Brock Lesnar?
Of course he could move swiftly on to Bray Wyatt and the Wyatt Family - who he is set to clash with at Road Block.
Or they could add him to the main event and have an exact replica of the Fastlane main event from last month.