Monday's episode of RAW will be one that fans will remember for a long time and could also go a long way to shaping the future direction of the show for the remainder of 2017.
The biggest headline ahead of the show would be that RAW General Manager Kurt Angle was finally going to reveal the nature of the text messages he has been receiving for several weeks.
A big build up
For weeks, Angle had been distracted and visibly concerned by the nature of the messages at different points, claiming that he could lose both his job and his family over it.
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Monday night arrived however and the RAW GM was ready to announce his big secret right in the middle of the ring.
Angle would reveal that former Smackdown superstar and one half of American Alpha Jason Jordan was in fact his illegitimate son.
Jordan - a former Smackdown Live Tag Team Champion was not only revealed as Angle's son, but also as the newest member of the Monday Night RAW roster.
The reveal came as a big surprise to many fans who had speculated a different outcome to Angle's reveal.
One person who was just as shocked as the fans was Jordan's tag team partner Chad Gable who by all appearances won't be joining Jordan on Monday nights.
Gable took to Twitter to stress his shock:
Seemingly signalling the end of American Alpha, the two men find themselves on opposite shows and suddenly without a tag team partner.
Gable himself has competed in singles competition on Smackdown for the last few weeks, taking on the likes of AJ Styles and Kevin Owens in the process.
While Gable could be set for a big singles push on Tuesday night's, his former partner could be heading for bigger things on WWE's flagship show.
Another one down
Monday's revelations seem to have brought to an end the existence of American Alpha - meaning yet another tag team has fallen apart.
In recent months, the Wyatt Family, the Golden Truth, Enzo and Big Cass and now American Alpha have all parted ways.
The tag team divisions of both RAW and Smackdown have suffered losses and there could always still be more to come.
More teams may be needed to help stabilise the divisions, whether they are from NXT or randomly thrown together.
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