On Sunday night, Hell in a Cell returns.
It's fair to say that the card is stacked - and the event could be one of WWE's most exciting PPVs of the year.
Unsurprisingly, much of the anticipation surrounds just two men.
CLOSING THE SHOW
In the main event, Roman Reigns will go one-on-one with Braun Strowman, as The Big Dog attempts to defend his Universal Championship.
Over the last few weeks, these two have dominated weekly programming on RAW - but they haven't exactly been feuding alone.
That's because Roman has had a lot of backup in the form of his Shield brothers, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, while Braun has formed an alliance with Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre.
ANOTHER BIG FIGHT
Interestingly, those four men will be in a match of their own earlier in the night, as McIntyre and Ziggler will be defending the RAW tag team titles against Rollins and Ambrose.
That battle takes on extra significance, because if Seth and Dean win, then The Shield will hold all of the men's belts on WWE's flagship show.
Strangely, of the eight matches on the Hell in a Cell card, only two of them will actually take place inside the famous structure.
That's a pretty low number, considering the PPV is named after the cell. But, for those matches that do take place inside it, fans will notice something very different this year.
A MAJOR CHANGE
Earlier this weekend, WWE posted a live stream of the construction of this year's cell - and that video revealed that they've made a big change to the actual structure.
As we can see from the pictures below, the cell will be red.
It's certainly different to what we've seen in previous years, and the cell actually works quite well with the artwork on the promotional posters that WWE have been using for this month's PPV.
It's just a shame we'll probably only get to see it in two of the matches on Sunday night.
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