It's hard to believe that there's still two other special events to go before WWE Evolution, but the build-up has already begun to WWE's first-ever all-women's pay-per-view on October 28.
Nassau Coliseum in New York will host the historic occasion, and three matches have already been set.
The second edition of the Mae Young Classic will be finalised as Japan's Io Shirai faces Toni Storm, Mickie James will take on her old foe Lita, and another legend in the form of Trish Stratus will return to the ring to face five-time Women's Champion Alexa Bliss.
In addition to these three matches, every Women's title will be up-for-grabs on the show, meaning both Raw and SmackDown's Women's Championships, the NXT Women's title and the United Kingdom Women's belt will all make it to the card.
There's still the small matter of both Hell in a Cell this Sunday and the Super Show-Down in Melbourne, Australia on October 6 before anything else, matches on both cards could help shape up the final plans for Evolution.
With just under seven weeks to go until the show, its obvious than full plans won't be finalised until the week of the broadcast, but a seemingly-leaked list of segments and matches for the night was published on social media yesterday.
And if the 'leak' proves correct, the WWE Universe are in for some shock returns, and a new set of belts.
But more surprisingly would see the return of Melina, last seen in the WWE in 2011, to face Naomi, a match both have discussed on Twitter.
Another shock return would see Hall of Famer Ivory team with Sasha Banks and Bayley to face the Riott Squad.
The former Right to Censor member hasn't been in a WWE ring since 2003, and whilst many fans would rather see Bayley and Banks go one-on-one as rivals, they'd have to make do with a six-woman tag match.
Perhaps the most shocking reveal though would be the introduction of WWE Women's Tag Team title belts.
They've been speculated about for some time, but if the leak is to believed, the likes of Kelly Kelly and Beth Phoenix will be returning to take part in a fatal four way match for the gold.
Of course, whilst it all looks professional and legitimate, cards are always subject to change and it could just be an elaborate hoax - but if true, we've got one amazing card for our viewing pleasure.