Money in the Bank is now officially in the books, and all of the focus has turned to Extreme Rules.
An event which usually has little value other than weapons, this year it's slightly adifferent, especially for the red brand.
Fans are going to see Rusev challenge AJ Styles for the WWE Championship over on SmackDown LIVE while the red brand will see a multi-person number one contender match to determine who will battle Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship.
At the moment, no other matches have been announced for the event, but it's expected that the outcomes are going to have a significant impact on the next huge pay-per-view.
SummerSlam will follow Extreme Rules in August with fans hoping that The Beast drops the Universal Championship in Brooklyn.
Although that event is over a month away, one advertisement appears to have already leaked two huge matches for Hell in a Cell, an event which is going to be taking place in September - three months from now.
As you'll be able to see in the image below, the advertisement is genuine, and WWE might not be too happy that this advertisement ruins the outcomes of matches that are going to be taking place soon.
HELL IN A CELL
The advert has revealed that Roman Reigns will be battling Kevin Owens, while AJ Styles will defend his WWE Championship against Samoa Joe.
According to Ringside News, it reads: "SAN ANTONIO – One of the biggest events in World Wrestling Entertainment is headed to San Antonio.
"WWE’s ‘Hell In A Cell’ will be held Sept. 16 at the AT&T Center.
"Wrestlers compete inside a 20-foot-high roofed cage that surrounds the ring and ringside area.
"Fans will get to see Roman Reigns take on Kevin Owens, and WWE Champion AJ Styles versus Samoa Joe for the WWE Championship."
At the moment, The Big Dog is in the multi-person match at Extreme Rules while speculation has suggested that Owens is going to be battling Braun Strowman in a cage match - something another advert might have ruined.
The interesting thing about this, however, is that it doesn't say whether it's for the Universal Championship.
This might mean either Reigns won't be the champion, Lesnar will still be the champion or the WWE could pull out with a swerve and go with somebody else.
Either way, this is a huge step up for Owens as he can enter a serious feud at the main event level as he deserves.
Sadly, for fans of Rusev, it now looks like a guarantee that he's going to fail, as is the opponent The Phenomenal One battles at SummerSlam as he's advertised to be defending his championship.
What do you make of the matches that have been leaked? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.