It's the ultimate game of musical chairs. After last year's stunning draft, this year's draft is almost guaranteed to be one for the record books.
And the reason: The two biggest faces are possibly switching brands.
We already know that if Triple H defeats Randy Orton at Wrestlemania, this war will not be over. The solution: Send The Game back home.
There are those who are expecting Randy Orton to go over to SmackDown, but what would that benefit?
We've already seen Orton and The Undertaker, so that would be pointless unless a major championship was at stake.
The Game made enough of an impact on SmackDown to pass the reins on to the next two leading men on the brand.
Which is why I say that John Cena is heading back to where it all began.
Since Cena won the WWE Championship four years ago, he has been practically untouchable. Cena was drafted to RAW in the Lethal Lottery following his victory over JBL at Judgment Day.
Since then, Cena has defeated both members of DX and has headlined every single Wrestlemania he's been in when the WWE Championship is on the line.
But after seeing him the last two weeks on SmackDown, it's clear that the Chain Gang Commander goes over better with the SD Crowd than the RAW crowd.
I have been saying it for over a month, and it seems that my prediction is one step closer to becoming reality.
So I'm sticking with that prediction: Triple H is heading back to RAW, and John Cena returns to SmackDown.