We're about to head into the final two months of 2018, which means that WrestleMania season will soon be around the corner.
That starts with the Royal Rumble in late January, but there's three more special events to take place before that point.
The first of those emanates from Saudi Arabia this Friday, as Crown Jewel is set to light up the Middle East.
Then in two weeks on Sunday, Survivor Series will host another battle of the brands between Raw and SmackDown, with Raw the victors of last years huge elimination showdown.
And the final pay-per-view of the year will be Tables, Ladders and Chairs in December, which always ends up having a brilliant eponymous bout.
As with all special events now, TLC will be a duel-branded event, and will take place in the SAP Center in San Jose, California.
Advertising on the website has already billed three matches for the event - all for the Raw brand.
The information states that Ronda Rousey will face Nia Jax for the Raw Women's Championship, Seth Rollins squaring-off with his new enemy Dean Ambrose for the Intercontinental Championship, and Drew McIntyre pitting himself against Braun Strowman.
Of course, the card is always subject to change, but those three matches alone will be very exciting to see.
Jax gave Rousey arguably her best one-on-one match in her short career yet at Money In The Bank back in June, whilst McIntyre and Strowman is a new feud that should heat-up following Crown Jewel, where Strowman may or may not capture the Universal Championship.
Ambrose and Rollins speaks for itself, the former Shield brothers could be feuding all the way until WrestleMania.
We should find out more about projected plans following Survivor Series in just over two weeks time, but TLC is already shaping up to be an excellent night of action.
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