So Payback has come and gone and unsurprisingly to anyone, Daniel Bryan's fate and the fate of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship is still unclear.
At Payback, Bryan showed up to address the issue that he either hand the title over or watch his wife Brie Bella get fired.
When it seemed like he was about to hand it over, Brie interrupted and quit before delivering the slap heard round the world to Stephanie McMahon.
It was one of the highlight moments of the Pay-Per-View and when it happened everyone was happy and excited to see it, but now the dust has settled, what does it really mean?
Well before tonight's RAW, it looked like next months event, Money in the Bank could of been yet another Pay-Per-View where we have no WWE World Heavyweight Championship match.
Stephanie McMahon changed that appearance on Monday announcing that Bryan would defend the title against Kane in a stretcher match or if he can't compete, the Money in the Bank match will be for the title.
Despite Monday's announcement, It still means that a storyline that has gotten quite stale and somewhat boring is continuing.
Even before Bryan got injured, his feud with the Demon Kane came to every week on RAW, Stephanie would pretend to help them, Bryan and Brie would run around the arena in fear and eventually Kane would attack.
It often ended differently but it was pretty much the exact same story every week, then Bryan got injured and everyone wondered what would happen to the title?
Bryan's message of never surrendering meant he would never hand over the title, and I for one was concerned they were going to let his injury run its course while he remains the champion throughout.
Stephanie's announcement on RAW has saved us from that fate but it still doesn't really give us much for the next month.
True, Payback was a great event and the main event between the Shield and Evolution was fantastic and the lack of a title match didn't really ruin the event.
Feuds like Cena/ Wyatt and Shield/Evolution have saved the entertainment factor lately but on Monday's version of RAW, Batista (Bluetista) quit which could be the end of Evolution?
No doubt they will bring out some new feuds and they may just be as exciting as these ones have been, but lets face it, there should always be a feud over the title.
Personally, I'm not the biggest fan of Daniel Bryan, since many of his matches go the same way, he gets beat up for a long time then rallies for a minute and wins and its often very predictable.
Thats not to say that Bryan doesn't have his qualities, he rallies the fans better than anyone I have seen for a while.
The amount of hands waving during his entrance and the noise created everytime he is in the ring is just phenomenal.
But for me, the current situation Daniel Bryan is in is as John Cena said, bad for business and in my opinion, the WWE should strongly consider ending his current feud and bringing him back with a bang once he is fit and ready to go once again.