Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens main evented the Raw brand's WWE Clash of Champions pay-per-view last night in Indianapolis, and the WWE Universe were treated to a fine wrestling affair.
Many might argue the match was a tad overbooked with the likes of Stephanie McMahon and Chris Jericho playing a part in the outcome.
However, Rollins and Owens are unquestionably two of the best workers in the business today and any opportunity to see them face off should be a chance relished.
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KO would retain his WWE Universal title thanks to Y2J's little distraction, but the crowd made their feelings towards Rollins perfectly clear after the show went off the air.
Rollins was the hottest heel in the company after he turned his back on The Shield in 2014 to align with The Authority, but since The Architect returned from a major knee injury, the WWE Universe has been desperate to cheer for the 30-year-old.
The former two-time WWE world champion received a standing ovation from the crowd inside the Bankers Life Fieldhouse arena after Clash of Champions went off of the air and it seems as though his slow face-turn is working perfectly.
Not only was Rollins roundly applauded, but he was showered in "Rollins" chants as he gazed out to the fans.
He didn't give too much away in the midst of the adulation from the fans, but he certainly did not dismiss the fanfare like he has done previously.
He seemed, for maybe the first time, humbled by the response. A run as the top face in the company appears to await Rollins, and the fans are certainly behind it.