Seth Rollins and Finn Balor have just punched their tickets to WrestleMania.
The pair had been without opponents in the build-up to the event on April 8, after both came up short in the Elimination Chamber a few weeks ago.
Roman Reigns won that match and he'll go on to headline WrestleMania 34 and he has the chance to win the Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar.
But for the other six men in that chamber match, which also included Braun Strowman, Elias, The Miz and John Cena, their road to the 'Show of Shows' was less clear.
After events on Monday Night Raw this week, Rollins and Balor have their matchup - and they'll be facing the same person - the Intercontinental Champion Miz.
That means the three men who went face to face in the Elimination Chamber will do battle again next month, but this time, there's a title on the line.
Both challengers have been asking for a shot at the belt in recent weeks and on Raw, both have pinned The Miz on different occasions, so it's only fair they each get a chance to take his title.
However, with WrestleMania fast approaching, WWE could be set to change the match completely.
The less prestigious titles are always on the line at the annual event, but in recent years they've been more than just one-on-one battles or triple threats.
Usually, to get as many wrestlers on the card as possible, WWE will have these championships contested by a number of people.
In 2016, there was a seven-man ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship and a year later, there was a fatal four-way for the Raw Tag Team Championships.
And this year may be no different. According to NoDQ.com, more participants could be added to the Intercontinental title match and The Miz could be forced to defend in another ladder match.
The website also suggests there has been speculation that Samoa Joe could feature in the match - as he is close to a return from injury.
His inclusion, in particular, would certainly be exciting, especially considering he's been out of action since New Year's Day.News Now - Sport News