Some fans are still reeling from the brutality and the bloodshed that came from the final match at SummerSlam just over a week ago.
In the match dubbed '15 years in the making', Brock Lesnar left Randy Orton lying in a pool of his own blood and won by TKO.
The match received a largely mixed reception from the fans in attendance and watching via the WWE Network.
JOIN THE DEBATE
Do the WWE need a Brock Lesnar v Randy Orton rematch? Join the debate by becoming a GMS writer HERE: http://gms.to/haveyoursay1
However the match that took 15 years to materialise, will now happen again as confirmed via Orton's Twitter page.
Not many men who have been brutalised by the Beast have come back for seconds but it now looks like Orton will become one of the rare few.
Both Orton and Lesnar's advocate Paul Heyman took to Twitter to confirm the match.
Unfortunately for all the fans outside of the state of Illinois, the only way to see the match is to be in attendance at the Allstate arena.
The WWE Live event which will take place the night before RAW's first solo PPV Clash of Champions, is not scheduled to be broadcast on the WWE Network or the USA Network - home to RAW and Smackdown.
The reasoning for the match is very questionable but the idea of putting it on an non-televised live event is even more curious.
Ofcourse there is a lot of time between now and then so only time will tell if the WWE will change their mind about broadcasting the event or not.