Stephen Amell takes action on WWE Monday Night Raw; match made for SummerSlam

Stardust has been calling out The Emerald Archer "to be his hero" for a couple of weeks now. 

The will-they-won't-they relationship between Arrow's Stephen Amell and WWE finally came to fruition on Monday Night Raw and Stardust's wish has come true. 

After Neville had defeated King Barrett, Stardust rushed the ring and attacked the 28-year-old Englishmen. After pushing Amell -- still in the front row -- the actor leapt over the barricade and hopped (impressively) over the top rope and speared Stardust. He landed some big blows in the ground-and-pound before "security" subdued Amell. 

Following the altercation, HHH told Amell he'll never be one of "us." After some bro-talk, Amell urged HHH to make the match. 

Amell and Neville will take on Stardust and King Barrett at WWE's mega four-hour event SummerSlam on Aug. 23 on the WWE Network and pay-per-view. The WWE Network costs $9.99 a month.

Amell -- as he has been for the last week or so -- used Facebook Mentions to broadcast live from Everett, Washington in which he claimed being at Raw "was a dream come true ... so good ... so good."

The cameras flashed on Amell from time to time teasing his appearance and fueling his feud with Stardust who is more widely known as the late great Dusty "The American Dream" Rhodes' youngest son, Cody Rhodes.

It makes sense to pair Neville, "the Man who Gravity Forgot" with Amell. He comes to the ring with a cape, his picture is displayed in comic art style and he calls his finishing move the "Red Arrow."

WWE's Renee Young interviewed a gleeful Amell who was sitting ringside. Former WWE Champion and "Real World" contestant The Miz taunted Amell while on the mic saying once Stardust runs through him he wouldn't mind a shot at the actor.

The wrestlers were clearly having as much fun with Amell as he was just by sitting in the first row.

Amell had been lobbying for a spot on WWE's flagship show for more than a year and fans helped make the idea a reality. #AmellGetsRaw was a common hashtag and in-arena sign and the actor would openly mention WWE in trying to get their full attention. 

Also, if you aren't following Amell and his Facebook Mentions; for shame!

WWE's next big event is SummerSlam, which is scheduled for 7 p.m. Aug. 23 on the WWE Network and pay-per-view