WrestleMania 31 has come and gone and now we are dealing with the fallout from one of the WWE's best pay per views of the 21st century.
One of the parts of that fallout is the future of Sting, one of pro wrestling's biggest legends, after he lost to Triple H in a match that embodied how much Vince McMahon loves himself for the WWE winning the Monday Night Wars against WCW.
However, whilst Sting's future is still up in the air, that doesn't mean he won't hand out a beating to any superstar who deserves it.
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After Last night's episode of RAW and at the start of the pre-show, Renee Young introduced Sting to the ring, who came out to a loud pop from the normally raucous Raw-after-Mania crowd and chants of "thank you Sting."
Sting took the mic and said in some ways it felt very natural and he gave his thanks to the fans, saying he felt at home.
Whilst Sting was speaking about not knowing what his future held Bo Dallas' music hit and the man who is arguably the most annoying heel in the WWE came out, saying Sting must be honored to be in a WWE ring and that his legacy is over after losing to Triple H.
Dallas told Sting to just "Bolieve" and that was the straw that broke the camel's back. Sting grabbed Bo from behind and nailed the Scorpion Death Drop to a huge cheer.
Despite WrestleMania 31 being a huge critical and commercial success on Sunday, there has been some bad news for the WWE.
The company's stock plummeted 14% yesterday after Vince McMahon revealed on a conference call that the Network was at 1.3 million subscribers and that the Network would be free again for the month of April.
And finally, the Raw after WrestleMania is normally a good one and this year's edition did not disappoint.
NXT Stars the Lucha Dragons and Adrian Neville both made their WWE main roster debuts, while Sheamus returned as a heel in the Intercontinental Championship feud and Brock Lesnar went mental and got suspended after Seth Rollins refused to give him a rematch.