The 2015 edition of Survivor Series and possibly the final ever Survivor Series of the Undertaker's career has now passed and it will certainly be one to remember.
We saw Sheamus become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion after cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase on Roman Reigns.
The right call?
One of the biggest talking points of the night was always going to be the highly anticipated clash between the Brothers of Destruction and the Wyatt Family.
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This was a match that had been surrounded by rumours for several weeks and many failed to materialise in the lead up to Survivor Series, we wondered what we were going to get.
At first it was expected to be the foundation of a traditional Survivor Series five on five elimination tag team match, then it was all about which Wyatt family members would be involved in the match.
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It was Bray Wyatt himself and Luke Harper who would officially be involved in the match after Kane and Undertaker took out Erick Rowan.
As the match went on, they would also chokeslam Braun Strowman through the announce table and eventually find their way to victory.
The Undertaker was given a standing ovation by the Atlanta crowd after the match and he and Kane posed for their legendary dual strike on the stage before leaving the arena.
The match did not disappoint as the WWE's forces of darkness collided to produce a very memorable tag team match.
However there were more than a few fan theories about what we could see in the match and none actually happened.
Many expected this to be the match which housed the traditional Survivor Series debut but the night was lacking any debut at all - not surprising given how many stars have moved up to the main roster already this year.
One of the key theories about this match though was that it would be the 'passing of the torch' match we thought we would see at WrestleMania.
A Wyatt Family win was expected by some who saw it as the chance for Wyatt to be crowned as the new king of fear within the WWE.
That wasn't the case though and now those fans are left asking, Where does the Wyatt Family go from here and how can they regain their reputation following another big loss?