The WWE is less than a week away from arguably the biggest change in the company's history as Smackdown prepares to go live.
Tonight sees the final broadcast of Smackdown as a pre- taped program shown on a Thursday as next week will see it's move to Tuesday nights.
Revealed too much?
It was announced this Monday night on RAW that Shane McMahon would be taking over as the Commissioner of Smackdown and would have to find himself a new general manager.
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While there has been otherwise been no indication about who he may choose, WWE may have slipped up and given it away early.
Following Monday night's show, there was a recap posted on the WWE mobile app and when it came to the section about the new commissioners, there was a fairly interesting headline.
Using the headline of "The Yes! movement takes over Smackdown Live!", it has left the entire situation open to interpretation.
While the Yes Movement is a direct reference to former WWE World Heavyweight Champion and fan favourite Daniel Bryan, there could be two reasons for the headline.
The more obvious answer is that it could be an indication that Bryan will be making his return to WWE as the new general manager of Smackdown.
It could also be a simple reference to the fact that the fans were happy to see Shane named as the commissioner of Smackdown.
Interestingly, the sub title was changed - leading many fans to believe that Bryan will be making a return this Monday night.
A big night ahead
This Monday night will see the final episode of Monday Night RAW with a full WWE roster and it could go down as one of the most important.
Tuesday is the Draft and the answer to all of the questions, like where will Brock Lesnar end up? Who will take WWE Champion Dean Ambrose and which tag teams are destined to be split up?
Next week will now surely be huge for the WWE and the fans are exciting as the WWE's latest attempt to make Smackdown successful is played out.