Tonight saw the 2015 instalment of the Money in the Bank PPV and it was certainly a night to remember in Colombus, Ohio.
Bray Wyatt made his return and appeared in the Money in the Bank contract ladder match to thwart Roman Reigns' attempts at claiming the contract.
Wyatt knocked Reigns off the ladder and delivered Sister Abigail to end his hopes of a WWE World Heavyweight Championship once again.
Nikki Bella was fortunate to escape with her Divas' Championship reign still in tact whilst John Cena paid dearly for his win over Kevin Owens.
The New Day lost their Tag Team championships as the Prime Time Players confirmed their return to the top of the tag team division.
The main event however was where the real drama happened as Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose went one-on-one in a ladder match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
The match was unlike any contest we had seen between the two before as Seth Rollins dominated large portions of it and inflicted a lot of pain on his former Shield brother.
It came with a dramatic conclusion however as both men scaled the ladder and had their hands entwined with the title belt.
Eventually the belt came off and both men were sent tumbling towards the ground with both trying to claim possession of it.
As they landed however, Ambrose lost his grip on it and Rollins embraced the title to officially regain his championship.
With the news that the former champion Brock Lesnar is set to return to RAW tomorrow night, this match seems to have once again brought the Ambrose/ Rollins rivalry to an end... for now.
Whilst it seems likely that Rollins will become the target of the Beast Incarnate, the future of the Lunatic Fringe is still largely unknown.
Who Ambrose could end up in a feud with next is anyone's guess but it will surely have to be a high calibre superstar to rival his recent battles with Rollins.
With Summer Slam just two months away, the question becomes, who will Ambrose have battle with in New York in August?