Last night's Extreme Rules pay-per-view included several matches which, at least on paper, had the potential to steal the show.
From Chris Jericho vs Dean Ambrose and Natalya vs Charlotte, to AJ Styles and Roman Reigns for the WWE World Heavyweight Title, there were plenty of Superstars looking to make their mark.
By the end of the night, however, there was only one man the WWE Universe was talking about; Seth Rollins.
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The former Shield member made his long-awaited return to the ring to pedigree Reigns after he'd won out vs Styles, and he has now taken to Twitter to post a two-word message that can surely only elicit one response from WWE fans - a resounding 'Yes':
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Having been out since November 2015 through injury, Rollins' return to the squared circle in surprise circumstances on Sunday night was understandably met with a huge pop from the crowd in Newark, New Jersey.
That wave of optimism was echoed in the response to the former Heavyweight Champion's simple but effective tweet.
At the time of writing, the message already has over 25,000 likes and 16,000 re-tweets and the overwhelmingly positive reaction proves just how much he has been missed since tearing the ACL, MCL, and medial meniscus in his knee at a European tour show.
After his unannounced comeback left Reigns prone on the canvas yesterday, WWE fans will be excited to see what the company has in store for Rollins.
There has been a lot of discussion during his time out that he could return as a babyface and, with Reigns rumoured to be turning heel in the near future, feud with his former teammate.
Whether there are any signs of that tonight during the post-Extreme Rules Raw remains to be seen. Hopefully, though, Rollins will be involved at some point.
The WWE would be foolish not to capitalise on the excitement surrounding his return, and it doesn't look like the WWE Universe will allow the organisation to keep Rollins of any broadcast in the immediate future anyway.
After so long out injured, the next few weeks and months could be a very exciting time for Rollins and his fans.
With the likes of John Cena, Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt also expected to return to in-ring action in the next few weeks, there could be a few more surprise comebacks to come too.
How would you book Rollins' return? Have your say in the comments below...
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