Ahead of Money in the Bank, WWE have been building some huge rivals to stack this Sunday's card.
Away from the two ladder matches that are expected to main event the pay-per-view, there are a number of huge singles matches.
Ronda Rousey takes on Nia Jax in her first ever singles match in WWE - with a chance to win the RAW Women's Championship.
AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura will be battling once again for SmackDown Live's top prize - the WWE Championship.
Seth Rollins will defend his Intercontinental Championship against Elias, while Daniel Bryan will be in the ring against Big Cass for his first PPV singles match since returning before WrestleMania.
THE END OF SOME FEUDS?
Most of the time, feuds between two wrestlers conclude at pay-per-view events, unless WWE are building towards something big.
Now, Styles vs Nakamura has been an exception to that rule. The pair have been rivals since before WrestleMania - after The King of Strong Style won the 2018 Royal Rumble back in January.
He decided to go after Styles - and set up a dream match for the biggest event of the year. But after Styles defeated him in New Orleans - Nakamura caught him with a low blow.
And ever since then - the pair have been locked in a feud that's already spanned across two more PPVs.
Therefore, most fans will be expecting their bad-blooded competition to finally conclude on Sunday night.
RUMOURED MATCHES FOR EXTREME RULES
However, if the rumoured card for Extreme Rules in July is to be believed, The Phenomenal One and Nakamura are far from done.
That's because, in Pittsburgh - where the event is being held - local advertising has the pair featured on the Extreme Rules card.
That's according to WWE analyst and reporter Justin LaBar, who tweeted that there's also another unwanted match on the card too.
Jinder Mahal and Roman Reigns has been a feud that most fans really aren't that interested in - similar to that of Bryan v Big Cass.
According to LaBar, the former will also be on the card - which means The Modern Day Maharaja and The Big Dog will be having plenty more run ins over the next month.
Although fans won't want to hear that - it's worth noting that he also reports that Bryan vs The Miz could be on the card - and that's something fans have been hoping to see for sometime.
If there's ever a match to salvage the rumoured Extreme Rules card, that would be the one.
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