Tonight the news was broken that the Beast Incarnate will return at Summer Slam to take on the also returning Viper Randy Orton.
While we still have Battleground to come, the WWE clearly has its eyes on Summer Slam next month and their plans may already be in place for other superstars.
While we know that the feud between John Cena and the Club will take another step at Battleground with the inclusion of two more names, it doesn't look like it'll end in two weeks.
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The additions of Enzo Amore and Big Cass to make the clash at Battleground a six man tag team match is certainly an added element to the feud.
It could however be argued that the match is Battleground is nothing more than a stop gap between now and Summer Slam.
According to Wrestling Observer Radio, we will be seeing Styles and Cena in the ring again at Summer Slam - but in a one-on-one match.
So far every feud that Styles has had in WWE has proven to be popular amongst the fans and his with Cena has been among the best.
The feud looks like it'll be one of the biggest matches at Summer Slam and could only pale in popularity to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match.
For once however, things in the WWE may not be as obvious as they seem with the upcoming WWE Draft set to change everything.
A new landscape
The Draft will take place on July 19th and could separate Jimmy from Jey, Enzo from Cass and unfortunately, Styles from Cena.
Whilst many of the current feuds would have been expected to last until Summer Slam, the Draft could be set to change all of that.
A new champion will need to be crowned on one show and with all three former members of the Shield set to battle for the belt, will one of them have to drop out?