On November 2, WWE will air the Crown Jewel PPV live from Saudi Arabia.
It's shaping up to be one of the biggest of the year - with Vince McMahon pulling out all of the stops to impress a relatively new audience.
According to multiple reports, a number of huge names could be making comebacks at the event.
For the first time in over eight years, we can expect to see Shawn Michaels in the ring - as he and Triple H are set to face off against The Brothers of Destruction, Kane and The Undertaker.
On top of that match, Brock Lesnar is also rumoured to return - as is Hulk Hogan, who's recently been reinstated into the WWE Hall of Fame.
So, it's clear that McMahon wants to stack the Crown Jewel card full of notable names - but what he may have planned for the WWE Championship, is arguably even more exciting.
A BIG MATCH
AJ Styles has been holding the title for a very long time now - since winning it in November 2017, and there's been a lot of speculation that his run is coming to an end.
It was thought that Samoa Joe will be the man to end The Phenomenal One's reign, given how much they've been feuding over recent weeks.
If the latest plans are to be believed though, it might not be Joe who wins the belt after all.
At Super Show-Down in October, Daniel Bryan and The Miz are fighting for a shot at AJ's title - but according to Ringside News, they could both end up getting one a month later.
A number of their sources have suggested that we could see Styles defending the WWE Championship against Joe, Bryan and Miz on November 2, in a fatal four-way match.
That has so much potential to be an instant classic, and would likely see the current champ lose his belt, given that there will be three other men in the ring.
Of course, we won't know for sure if WWE are going to pull the trigger on this match until it's announced - but it appears to be a viable option backstage right now.
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