It will be announced on this week's Thursday night Smackdown that Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose will team together for the first time on pay-per-view since The Shield split.
They will be taking on the team of Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper at SummerSlam.
This is both good and bad new for fans. The good news is that Dean Ambrose will have a match at SummerSlam after he missed out on Battleground a few weeks ago, but the announcement also means that Sting will not be playing a part in this match despite rumours to that effect.
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Reigns and Ambrose have had some issues with The Wyatt Family as of late after Bray made the rivalry personal by bringing in Reigns' daughter.
Ambrose has come to his long time friends aid and in doing so has made himself an enemy of both Wyatt and Harper and now the four are set to collide at the Biggest Party of the Summer.
STING STILL SET TO APPEAR?
Sting was rumoured to have been playing a part in this match with The Wyatt's being a trio and him joining the team of Ambrose and Reigns, but this would have made little sense.
Instead it seems that Sting will be making an appearance in Brooklyn, New York it just may not be one that will see him in action.
The current speculation circulating around Sting is that he will either interfere in Seth Rollins vs John Cena or Brock Lesnar vs The Undertaker.
If he interfered in Lesnar vs Undertaker then it would be the second consistent main event that has ended with interference and this is something WWE tend to avoid.
The likelihood is that he will play a part in Rollins vs Cena now that it has been made into a match for both championships. Neither man deserves to be a duel champion right now and it makes sense for someone like Sting to cause the disqualification instead because there is no way that match can end with anyone satisfied with the outcome.
There was speculation before Raw this week that Kevin Owens and Cesaro could be joining the Seth Rollins vs John Cena match to make it a fatal four way which means it would also be a no disqualification match.
This now seems highly unlikely given that Rollins faced Neville on Raw and no hint towards this match was made.
There is now just over two weeks left until not only SummerSlam but NXT: Takeover Brooklyn which means that most rivalries that are happening right now will flow over into SummerSlam because there isn't enough time to give any new feuds the push they deserve.
SummerSlam is merely two weeks away, but are there still twists and turns to come before WWE reaches Brooklyn?