Let's face it, for the first time since the final RAW before last year's Summer Slam, the Diva's delivered an incredible segment.
The final show before the annual event last year marked the first time in 10 years that the Diva's ended the show thanks to Stephanie McMahon and Brie Bella.
This past Monday night saw three NXT diva's make the move up to the main roster as they helped to usher in a revolution in the troubled division.
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The Diva's division has been in trouble for a while with many people losing interest but then Stephanie changed all that.
Introducing Becky Lynch, Charlotte and Sasha Banks into the picture, she ensured the segment would be one of the best of 2015.
Teaming Paige with Lynch and Charlotte, Naomi and Tamina with Banks and pitting both teams against the Bella's and Alicia Fox, made a segment the fans couldn't stop talking about.
It had been expected for several months that some of the NXT talent were going to be stepping up however it seemed to be constantly getting postponed.
Well it has now been reported that the reason for that delay was because the WWE creative team couldn't decide how to go about doing it.
There were reportedly plans to bring just Charlotte up on her own then plans to bring four divas up including Bayley and have them replace some of the lesser diva's on the roster.
Bayley is currently injured so her debut will have to wait it seems but at least we can all be thankful that the WWE seemingly made the right decision.
What next for NXT?
Many now expect the NXT diva's to be looking to leave the developmental brand after they officially take part in a storyline on the main roster.
The same expectation is surrounding Kevin Owens as he prepares to battle John Cena for the United States Championship this Sunday at Battleground.
The question remains however, should Banks, Lynch and Charlotte leave NXT, who will the future of the best division of women's wrestling fall to?