After a packed go home episode of Raw, that featured The Slammy awards and a whole host of guests, there were also four more matches announced for what is set to be an epic conclusion to the 2014 pay-per-view calendar.
After an intense feud earlier in the year that saw him be one of the first people Rusev conquered, it seems Jack Swagger is back for more as he faces the undefeated Bulgarian Brute for the United States Championship.
Unbeaten streak to end?
This looks set to be the match where Rusev is finally defeated, with no help from The Authority and no special treatment, Jack could come out on top because he is fighting for America and Zebb Colter and his passion could be the difference.
Another highly anticipated match sees new stable The New Day up against the former Tag Team Champions Gold and Stardust, the brother tag team have had their eye on the trio since their debut a few weeks ago and finally The New Day get to settle the score on the pay-per-view stage.
Which members of the trio look set to perform still remains to be seen but Kofi, Xavier and Big E have had a successful few weeks as a team in WWE and will hope to continue this going forward as they battle on this Sunday's kick off show.
The tag team championships will of course be on the line as Damien Mizdow and The Miz take on The Usos in what looks to be a budding personal rivalry, The Miz and Jimmy Uso have clashed over Naomi and her career path as of late and it looks like this rivalry is set to continue in the near future.
And the final match announced sees former Divas Champion AJ Lee cashing in her rematch clause against Nikki Bella. AJ lost her belt to Nikki at Survivor Series after a sneak attack from her sister Brie and Sunday night she will be hoping to reclaim the title she calls "her baby" when the two meet once more.
Add to this the already announced Tables match between John Cena and Seth Rollins, with the added stipulation that if Cena loses then he loses his number one contendership to the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
The steel stairs match between Erick Rowan and The Big Show, The Chairs match between Ryback and Kane, The ladder match between Dolph Ziggler and Luke Harper for the Intercontinental Championship and what should be and epic TLC match between Dean Ambrose and Bray Wyatt, it looks like a packed final pay-per-view of the year andit could be one of the best.
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