Tomorrow night in Las Vegas, two brothers will go one-on-one for the first time ever.
At Double Or Nothing, Cody Rhodes will look to kill the Attitude Era when he takes on his half-brother Dustin, better known as Goldust in wrestling circles.
Rhodes left WWE in 2016 and was quickly picked up by both Ring Of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling, before deciding to go off in a separate path in late 2018 with his Bullet Club friends Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks.
All Elite Wrestling was officially formed, and the rest as they say is history.
There's always bound to be some kind of hard feelings considering that it seems like AEW will be trying to go head-to-head with WWE, but Cody would like to think that he's still respected by the higher-ups of WWE.
Regardless of the feeling though, Cody has stated that ever since they all stepped foot inside the company, neither himself, Dustin or Dusty really fit in at all.
"I would think that we are still [on good terms]. I learned a lot there, I had a great time, I met my wife and I also got to wrestle some of the best," Cody told Chris Van Vliet, per WrestlingInc.
"The Undertaker was still pretty active, I got to be in there with Taker. Shawn Michaels was active, I got to be in there with Shawn and Hunter himself. But I don't know maybe I'm not too well received.
"We were kind of always the enemy, me and my family. We were like the bastard family of wrestling. Dusty was always an individual, he never really fit into the corporate structure.
"He did great there and they really took care of him but I think we were always kind of the enemy."
Dustin also decided to part ways with WWE earlier this year when his contract expired, which led to the announcement of his bout with Cody at Double Or Nothing.
No-one is expecting a five-star classic - Dustin hasn't wrestled for over a year and Cody is just off the back of knee surgery - but the story between the pair is what will make the match one to really watch and take in.News Now - Sport News