In the aftermath of this years Survivor Series Pay-Per-View there has been one man who has been discussed more than anyone else.
Wrestling legend Sting make a surprising WWE debut last night and was the reason why Team Cena won the main event.
The WWE Universe is left with many questions that they have been trying to answer all day long and with some of the stories coming from backstage, there is only one question I want answered.
Sting's appearance and clash with Triple H gave us a moment capable of challenging the legendary Montreal Screwjob incident for Survivor Series' greatest ever moment.
Whilst we were all caught up in the shock and excitement of his appearance, some long terms issues were arguably neglected.
- Sting arrives and gives Survivor Series its best ending for decades
- Top 10: Greatest Survivor Series moments
- WWE star suffers massive snub because of Sting
The rumours ahead of the show last night were focused on Sting's debut but they also hinted at a return for Randy Orton and a possible return for Roman Reigns so fans knew it would be a big night.
However we've heard today that the plans changed last minute and Sting was then told to go into the main event instead of having a stand alone debut, and therein lies the big mistake.
What to do with Stinger?
It has been expected for a long time that Sting would only have one match in the WWE and that it would come at WrestleMania XXXI next year.
With the dream match of Sting vs the Undertaker often the one listed, many fans will no doubt be concerned about losing their dream match now.
A debut in November is unlikely to mean that Sting's first match will come in March at WrestleMania which could mean Sting's WWE career may take up more than just one match.
Not that that is a problem but if he does in fact only want the one contest in a WWE ring, the question becomes what do they do with Sting over the coming months?
Of course they could limit his appearances to cameos in a role similar to the premise that the Shield was founded on.
Appearing to right wrongs in matches and serve justice would be a good role and could certainly keep him relevant until WrestleMania arrives.
Unless they plan on giving Sting a constant string of appearances, I think they may have made a mistake bringing him in this far away from WrestleMania.
It was largely expected that either Roman Reigns or Randy Orton - who were both backstage would make their returns during last night's main event.
Reigns instead did a video interview claiming he will be back in a months time and will set to storm the WWE.
Orton was unheard of and it looks like his imminent feud with Seth Rollins will need to wait a little longer.
Perhaps a mistake was made by delaying Orton's return which is surely an event worthy of a major PPV.
Rumours are that Sting was supposed to make a stand alone debut during the show and Orton would arrive in the main event.
We may not know the reason for the change but I feel that the original plan would have been more productive and may have spiced up a PPV that with the exception of the main event wasn't as great as some of the others this year.