One week from Sunday we will all be sitting down, eagerly awaiting the beginning of WrestleMania 32 to see what the WWE have in store for their biggest show of the year.
We know most of the matches and there are three match that can be considered main events - Shane McMahon vs The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match, Roman Reigns vs Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and Brock Lesnar vs Dean Ambrose in a No Holds Barred match.
Given it away?
While there are a lot of theories about what we will see at the Show of Shows, the WWE may have given away what they plan to happen in the Ambrose vs Lesnar match on Smackdown tonight.
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Dean Ambrose is quite an unlikely opponent for Lesnar at WrestleMania since it had been building prior to the Royal Rumble that Lesnar would be taking on Bray Wyatt.
Instead a successful feud leading up to Fastlane saw Ambrose earn the right to take on the Beast and leave Wyatt out in the cold.
He may not have a match at Mania, but he is in no irrelevant for the show as his feud with Lesnar shows no signs of going away.
Tonight on Smackdown, the two would meet again.
The segment was certainly an entertaining one to watch, but is it possible that the WWE could have just given away a spoiler of what we could see at WrestleMania?
It is widely accepted that Bray Wyatt will receive a push after WrestleMania and it is also heavily anticipated that he will feud with Lesnar heading towards Summer Slam.
No-one is expecting the Wyatts to let Mania pass them by and they are expected to intervene in either the Lesnar vs Ambrose match or in the Reigns vs Triple H clash.
Tonight's segment could have given it away though because it is unlikely that after showing the Wyatts clash with Lesnar tonight, they will also have it happen at WrestleMania.
So is it now written for Wyatt to be a big part of the immediate future of Roman Reigns or Triple H?