Hell in a Cell returns on Sunday night and it has the potential to be a very exciting PPV.
The main event sees Roman Reigns defend his Universal Championship against Braun Strowman - with Mick Foley as a special guest referee.
But it's pretty safe to assume that there will be some interference in that match.
Roman has backup in the form of Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose, his Shield brothers, while Braun's formed a devastating partnership with Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler.
Those four men are actually in action ahead of the main event, when Rollins and Ambrose attempt to capture the RAW Tag Team titles from Ziggler and McIntyre.
As well as those two matches, there's a number of other exciting bouts to look forward too.
A STACKED CARD
AJ Styles defends the WWE Championship in a highly personal fight against Samoa Joe, RAW Women's champ Ronda Rousey faces Alexa Bliss, and Jeff Hardy takes on Randy Orton too.
Other action sees Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch going at it, Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella vs The Miz and Maryse and The New Day vs Rusev and Aiden English.
Interestingly though, out of the eight matches, only two of them will actually take place inside the cell. That's pretty odd, considering the PPV is named after the structure.
Still though, for those bouts that do involve the cage - things will be slightly different this year.
A NEW LOOK
Earlier this week, WWE posted a video showing the set up of the HIAC structure. As you can see from the pictures below, it will be red, for the first time ever.
It looks good, but there's a question surrounding why the company decided to change the colour of the cell this year.
Well, that question has now been answered - and apparently, it was Vince McMahon's decision.
According to the Wrestling Votes Twitter account, the 20th anniversary of The Undertaker's match with Mankind has reminded Vince how old the match is - and he wants to freshen things up.
Very interesting. There's no doubt that it will catch the eye on Sunday - it's just a shame that we'll only see it in two of the eight matches.
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