Last night saw the Royal Rumble fail quite spectacularly at wowing the WWE Universe and kicking off the Road to WrestleMania with a bang.
Roman Reigns emerged victorious from the 30-man over the top rope match but his victory was instead met with a chorus of boos.
Many fans tried to cancel their WWE Network subscription whilst some others reportedly clashed with superstars outside the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
In the 24 hours following the event, the hostility has failed to subside as a Facebook poll showed that fans were very unhappy with the first Pay-Per-View of the year.
The WWE have clearly tried to act swiftly in order to restore the faith of the WWE Universe by putting a lot into the next PPV.
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With the aptly named 'Blizzard of 2015' hitting America's north-east hard, the company were forced to cancel the live RAW show and instead host it from WWE Studios.
At a time where the company are facing perhaps the most criticism in its history, having to cancel your flagship show can be very damaging.
Nevertheless, the WWE did a show and used it to advertise two huge plans for the upcoming Fast Lane PPV.
Sting and Triple H
The long awaited clash between the Vigilante Sting and Triple H is expected to be a highlight of this year's WrestleMania.
However after Sting appeared last week on RAW and at the Survivor Series to foil the plans of the Authority, the two are set for a clash at Fast Lane.
Not a match, but Triple H will officially call out the man known as the 'franchise' and with his first two appearances sparking life into the WWE Universe, he could be here to save them yet again.
Of course, it shouldn't be forgotten that last night at the Rumble, Paul Heyman dropped hints that Brock Lesnar could be willing to take care of Sting for the Authority.
John Cena and Rusev
After an altercation on the Royal Rumble fall-out show, Rusev will face his biggest task to date when he goes one-on-one with John Cena.
The two were mostly expected to be facing off at WrestleMania and when the match was announced on tonight's RAW, even Michael Cole stated it wasn't supposed to be happening until the Showcase of the immortals.
After being the last man eliminated from the Rumble and a clash with Cena that could warrant a second meeting at WrestleMania, this is a clear statement that Rusev has moved up the ranks in the WWE.