The dramatic conclusion to WrestleMania XXXI has still got people talking and created many questions that people still don't have answers for.
When was it decided that Rollins would cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase? Was Lesnar meant to be cut open? Why was Roman Reigns laughing throughout the match?
The match was very well received by the WWE Universe and ensured that WrestleMania wouldn't be ending to a chorus of boos which had been previously feared.
Reigns was in action just 24 hours later on RAW where he teamed with Randy Orton and Ryback to take on Rollins, Kane and Big Show.
We would have to wait until Smackdown however to hear Reigns speak on the dramatic scenes that saw the WWE World Heavyweight Championship stolen away from him.
Reigns discussed issues in the match, from his own performance, to what it was like being in the ring with Lesnar and of course, the sudden appearance of his former Shield brother.
The phrase 'Suplex City' has gone viral since WrestleMania and Reigns has claimed to have loved his trip there.
Reigns expressed how he was one of the few who can say that they survived the Beast Incarnate.
When asked about the actions of Rollins, Reigns could not deny that Rollins had the right game plan.
"What a perfect time, let the animals take each other out and pick the bones, thats what he did."
Reflecting on what was surely one of the worst moments of his career, Reigns was visibly angry when re-imagining the situation.
Never one to dwell on the negative however, Reigns turned the topic back to his own ambitions for the next few months.
"When it comes to Seth Rollins, I've beaten him before, so I can, I have, and I will beat him again."
Last man smiling?
One of the biggest questions during and after the match however was 'why was Reigns smiling?'
During some of the punishment dished out by Lesnar, Reigns was seen smiling and laughing in the face of the Beast.
"He was smacking the p*** out of me, trying to knock me down and keep me out for good, when you get to that point, you're doing a lot more than sending a message."