This Sunday brings the Money in the Bank PPV and with it, the first clash of a new WWE World Heavyweight Championship feud.
Roman Reigns will defend his title against Seth Rollins and while this is a highly anticipated feud, his previous one is still fresh in the fan's memories.
Reigns has recently ended a two month programme with AJ Styles which saw two highly rated match at Payback and Extreme Rules - with Reigns winning both.
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Their two matches were praised by many and usual critics of Reigns' in-ring ability even had to change their attitude.
However one WWE Hall of Famer believes that the spectacular matches were down to the - pardon the pun - phenomenal performances of Styles.
Stone Cold Steve Austin has been involved in some of the most monumental moments throughout WWE history and he has recently spoken on the Reigns vs Styles rivalry.
"A.J. Styles just carried Roman Reigns to two world class matches back-to-back. The second one wasn't as good as the first, but it's hard to top an all-time classic. Reigns carried his end, but that was all A.J." - Stone Cold on Styles vs Reigns
Styles has now become embroiled in a feud with the returning John Cena and is now set to face him in their first clash at Money in the Bank.
Styles may be out of the Championship picture but there is no-one who believes that he will be absent from it for too long.
He is arguably one of the most popular stars on the roster despite his recent heel turn and a Championship challenge from Styles once again would whip the fans into a frenzy.
Styles is currently set to battle John Cena after he linked back up with his friends Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows to re-form the Club.
The Club have been running riot over the WWE in recent weeks with Anderson and Gallows clearly setting their eyes on the Tag Team Champions the New Day.
Many of these rivalries are expected to last until Summer Slam with the annual Summer tradition set to host some big matches.