People are looking forward to the final "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" trailer, which is scheduled to premiere on ESPN's Monday Night Football on October 9. Luckily, there have been several teasers hinting on what fans can expect when the full trailer drops at halftime. But did one video offer more than it was supposed to?

Could the highly anticipated sequel actually feature an epic lightsaber battle between Kylo Ren and Luke Skywalker?

The major fight in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" may have been between Rey and Kylo Ren, but there are speculations that Luke Skywalker will step in to face his estranged nephew this December.

The new teaser for "Star Wars 8" seems to suggest that this theory is true.

Luke Skywalker takes his old lightsaber

In "Episode VII," Rey finally flew to Ahch-To and found the long-lost Jedi. The film concluded with the scavenger from Jakku holding out Anakin Skywalker's lightsaber to his son. Unfortunately, it was not revealed whether Luke actually took the weapon from Daisy Ridley's character or if he even spoke a single word to his new apprentice.

The new teaser for "Star Wars 8" appears to confirm that Luke Skywalker will accept his lightsaber, although it doesn't actually reach his touch just yet.

Mark Hamill's character could use the weapon to train Rey and eventually be used against Leia Organa's son.

Kylo Ren prepares for battle

Luke is not the only one who is ready to take a lightsaber in "The Last Jedi." The teaser also shows Ben Solo reaching down to pick up his own self-made weapon. The scene, matched with his uncle taking the lightsaber from Rey, had led to speculations that the two will be engaged in a duel in "Episode VIII."

People are convinced that a fight between Kylo Ren and Luke Skywalker would be an amazing sequence to watch.

However, it is also possible that Kylo will need to face Rey first before he can move to his former mentor. In addition to that, Han Solo's son might be collecting his lightsaber to begin further training with Supreme Leader Snoke.

"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" is directed by Rian Johnson and also stars the late Carrie Fisher as General Leia Organa.

The film will feature the final footage shot by Fisher in her iconic role for the beloved sci-fi franchise. The sequel will hit theaters on December 15.

In the meantime, the final trailer for "Star Wars 8" will be revealed on October 9 during the Monday Night Football match between the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears.