There are less than 60 days until WWE present WrestleMania 34, and the clock is tick, tick, ticking.
Currently, the card sits at this: Brock Lesnar will defend the Universal Title again the winner of Elimination Chamber, AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn or - LOL - Dolph Ziggler or Baron Corbin will defend the WWE Title against Shinsuke Nakamura, and the winner of the first female Chamber match will defend her Raw Women's Title against Rumble-winner Asuka or - LOL - Nia Jax.
Aside from a Cruiserweight Title tournament final, that's all we know about 'Mania, and it's high-time some big questions started being answered before New Orleans is suddenly upon us; WWE do not want to scramble together a card hastily, so they need to establish who's doing what and why.
Maybe it's a good thing there are more questions than answers about WrestleMania right now, but this writer can't shake the feeling that WWE need to answer some very soon, rather than leaving 2018's biggest show to chance...
In the middle of all this hype surrounding Ronda Rousey actually wrestling for WWE, poor Charlotte Flair has been forgotten about. She's one of WWE's best workers, and yet Flair doesn't have an established challenger for 'Mania 34. SmackDown's writers best hurry.
Ruby Riott is a possibility to meet Flair in New Orleans. The story certainly looks to be heading that way after Charlotte beat her Riott Squad pal Liv Morgan on the most recent episode of SmackDown. Is Ruby, a recent NXT graduate, really a big enough name to make the match anything other than a routine defence for Flair?
We're not convinced.
Perhaps WWE will put full spotlight on Asuka's quest to become Raw Women's Champ and Rousey's imminent debut instead. If that's the case, some sort of multi-woman tag match might be in order. That feels like another letdown for Charlotte after last year's Fatal-4-Way afterthought.