With five Monday nights to build to WrestleMania 31 in Santa Clara, California, it looks like WWE isn't going to waste any time.
While nothing has been announced or advertised, many are speculating that Bray Wyatt finally calling out The Undertaker at Fastlane last night will lead to the Dead Man's first appearance in WWE since last year's big show in New Orleans.
Another of the main event caliber matches lined up for 'Mania, the battle for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, was conclusively booked last night when Roman Reigns pinned Daniel Bryan for the right to face Brock Lesnar one-on-one.
Lesnar was not at the pay-per-view (PPV) last night, but his advocate was booked on the pre-show...largely for the purpose of reminding us about Brock. Then, after the main event ended and the show went off the air with The Big Dog pointing at the WrestleMania sign, Paul Heyman sent out the following tweet:
Congratulations @WWERomanReigns. @WWE Champ @BROCKLESNAR and I will address this tomorrow on #RAW— Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) February 23, 2015
This jives with the "scheduled to appear*card subject to change" list for tonight's show in Nashville. Whether the champ will be there to say or do anything other than jog in place beside Heyman is anyone's guess.
Who are you most excited to see tonight? Will The Beast Incarnate be cheered or booed? Let us know what you think in the comments below!