It's fair to say that the WWE roster is stacked right now.
Building up to Money in the Bank on Sunday, there's eight men and eight women fighting for a chance to win the briefcase - and in turn, a contract for a title match, anywhere, anytime.
That means there's a very good chance that RAW's Universal Champion, or SmackDown Live's WWE Champion could face a serious chance of losing their title in the near future.
MEN'S MONEY IN THE BANK
Any one of Finn Balor, Braun Strowman, The Miz, Rusev, Bobby Roode, Kevin Owens, Samoa Joe and one member of The New Day could take the contract back to their respective brand.
Arguably, whoever does, will fully deserve the opportunity.
But it's not just on the main roster where WWE talent are impressing the companies management - and lining themselves up for a future title shot.
Below SmackDown and RAW, the stars of the future are currently honing their wrestling trade in NXT.
NXT COMES TO LONDON
And next week, UK fans will get a taste of what's to come, when Triple H, Shawn Michaels and the best of the NXT roster hold their UK Championship Tournament in London.
The likes of Jack Gallagher, Flash Morgan Webster, Joe Coffey and Travis Banks will all compete in the tournament - with a chance to take on Pete Dunne for the WWE United Kingdom Championship.
As well as the tournament, which will be contested by mostly British wrestlers - the rest of the NXT roster will also be in action.
The likes of Aleister Black, Richochet, EC3, Velveteen Dream and The Undisputed Era are all expected to attend.
TRIPLE H'S PICK TO BECOME A FUTURE WWE WORLD CHAMPION
With so much talent in NXT right now - it would be smart to bet that we'll be seeing a fair few of them debut on the main roster soon.
And earlier this week, NXT's producer, Triple H, went one step further and revealed who he thinks will be a WWE world champion in the near future.
"I see a lot of talent there but a guy that stands out to me the most is Pete Dunne," he said, per The Sun.
"So, if I had to pick one guy it would be Pete, but there is a lot of talent that I feel could be the next to move to the main roster and really make an impact."
If Triple H is right, Dunne would become the first ever British world champion in WWE. And that would be quite some achievement for the Bruiserweight.
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