Tonight's episode of RAW saw two Clash of Champions rematches with two titles on the line during tonight's show.
Roman Reigns had to defend his newly won United States Championship against the former champion Rusev while the New Day once again took on Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows.
And still ...
Reigns and Rusev actually opened the show and gave it a physical start as the two clashed once again and things descended into anarchy.
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A double count-out would guarantee that Reigns would retain the championship while the two powerhouses fought out in the crowd.
Following the referee counting to 10, the two would continue the action as they took turns to assault each other with a steel chair.
Reigns regaining the title wasn't unexpected since he won it just 24 hours earlier, the New Day vs Gallows and Anderson match however, had a few more questions surrounding it.
Gallows and Anderson have already challenged the New Day several times for the title and failed to win, but with an impromptu match on RAW, this could be their time.
It proved to be nothing more than a filler match however as for the 400th day in a row, the New Day remained WWE Tag Team Champions.
Gallows and Anderson - who by now appear to be nothing more than children against men compared to the New Day, must be wondering just how many more chances they will get?
Tonight on RAW saw General Manager Mick Foley name Cesaro and Sheamus as a very unlikely tag team following the no contest in their best of seven series.
They are now the number one contenders for the Tag Team championships and will surely advance to Hell in a Cell next month for their title match.
It is a very odd pairing but they came together tonight and won their first tag team match, so maybe there is hope for them yet.