After literal decades, the WWE may have finally given us a Survivor Series moment worthy of beating the infamous Montreal Screwjob incident.
Tonight as Team Cena took on Team Authority, I don't think anyone could have predicted what was going to happen.
As the participants were eliminated and the tension continued to rise, it looked like dirty tactics were going to ensure the win for Team Authority...... But then.
Two referees knocked down, two men left and Triple H looking to completely destroy Dolph Ziggler and the lights go down.
A creepy video shows on the screen as the WWE Universe wonders what is going on, until the legendary face of Sting is seen amongst the images.
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Eventually, the wrestling legend himself comes out to the stage and observes the WWE Universe who go crazy at the sight of the Stinger.
As he moves to the ring, the constant state of awe around the arena and for the people at home grows and grows as he gets closer.
He and Triple H stare each other down as the WWE Universe continues to go crazy and the war painted legend delivers the Scorpion Death Drop to the now former COO.
Sting ensures the win for Team Cena by pulling Dolph Ziggler on top of Seth Rollins to leave his WWE debut as one of the most incredible ever.
A great match
Despite all the attention being placed on the inclusion of Rusev in the match, the real big man stepped up and caused the most controversy.
Big Show got one elimination in the match but gave us our second biggest moment when he delivered the knock-out punch to team-mate and captain, John Cena.
Cena was pinned by Rollins moments later as the entire arena including Team Authority looked on in shock.
Big Show also got the first elimination of the match, knocking out Mark Henry with the very first move of the match.
Ryback was next to go as he suffered a curb stomp at the hands of Rollins and was the first man eliminated for Team Cena.
Everyone was curious about how Rusev would do in the this match and he proved to be the third elimination after attempting to splash Ziggler through the announce table.
The big Bulgarian missed and drove himself through the table and was eventually counted out of the match.
Erick Rowan put in a great performance before being assaulted by all three remaining Authority members and eventually eliminated by former fellow Wyatt family member Luke Harper.
Cena went next after Big Shows betrayal and once the giant left the arena, Ziggler was left as the last man standing for Team Cena.
You can never count Dolph Ziggler out however as the Show-off would then miraculously eliminate Kane and then Luke Harper via a roll-up.
The look on the face of Seth Rollins was incredible but he soon began an inevitable assault on the very hurt Ziggler.
When Ziggler looked set to pick up the win, the Authority assaulted the official and a beat down was started.
First Mercury and Noble, then Triple H as Ziggler was the victim of an epic beat down and when all looked lost, the lights went down.
And the rest, is history.
Survivor Series fallout
Needless to say, tomorrow night on RAW is bound to be action packed as we try to digest what we have seen tonight.
Who will take control? How regular will we see Sting? Where does this leave the members of Team Cena and Team Authority?
Those are just some of the questions we are left with tonight and there is already a lot of speculation about the consequences of Survivor Series.
Although Triple H's role over the next few months will certainly change, many fans took to Twitter to express their predictions for the Cerebral Assassin.
A projected dream match against Sting at WrestleMania XXXI is the main theory and who is to say it is out of the realm of reality?
We don't know how often we will see Sting or even Triple H but if these two legends lock horns at the Granddaddy of them all, I think it is safe to say that 2015 already looks awesome.
But what about the WWE of 2014? Who will now step in to take over control of the company and replace the Authority?
There are many names in the rumour mill with the likes of Vince McMahon, Jerry Lawler and Mick Foley being speculated, but who now knows what the future will bring.
With Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton and Roman Reigns all rumoured to be making their returns to action in December, I think it's safe to say the WWE has a lot left in store for us this year.
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