We are under five weeks away from WrestleMania XXXI and the showcase of the immortals has already began to take shape.
Sunday night saw the WWE debut a new PPV in Fastlane and the event proved to be the first real stepping stone on the Road to WrestleMania.
Following the events of Fastlane, two matches for the 2015 extravaganza were announced.
Roman Reigns was officially confirmed as the number one contender for Brock Lesnar's WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
Meanwhile the legendary encounter between Sting and Triple H was also officially confirmed during Fastlane.
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The first RAW following the big event has now given us a third confirmed match for WrestleMania XXXI.
A second annual Andre the Giant memorial battle royal has been confirmed to be taking place in San Francisco on March 29th.
The first ever battle royal took place last year at WrestleMania XXX with Cesaro emerging victorious.
The match will combine many of the WWE's stars all vying to lift the Andre the Giant memorial trophy.
Two superstars were confirmed for the match on RAW tonight in the Miz and Curtis Axel.
Despite his Axelmania movement, Axel is clearly not looking at a match with Brock Lesnar any more but is looking towards a different WrestleMania moment.
31 looking promising
There have now been three matches announced for WrestleMania XXXI and already the show is shaping up to be one to remember.
Sting vs Triple H is arguably the biggest match right now but Reigns vs Lesnar will surely keep the WWE Universe talking.
Other matches we could see at the March extravaganza include the return of the Undertaker to take on Bray Wyatt and a rematch from Fastlane of John Cena vs Rusev.
Who knows exactly what we will see at WrestleMania but the WWE appear to have already planned out a great show.