The Undertaker returned to SmackDown Live last night for the first time since his last full-time run on the show in 2011 and made quite the impression.
The Deadman made his way to the ring in his textbook and famous chilling fashion to address the male SmackDown Live team before Survivor Series this Sunday.
Considering Survivor Series is where 'Taker debuted back in 1990 - yes, 26 years ago - the 51-year-old felt it was appropriate to fire the Blue Brand's top stars a warning ahead of their traditional five-on-five match with Monday Night Raw.
The Phenom warned that while Team SmackDown Live shouldn't fear failure, if Team Raw does emerge victorious this Sunday, AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt, Shane McMahon and Dean Ambrose will have a "reason to fear the Deadman."
It was an awesome return and his promo was right on the money, however, what happened after the show got the biggest reaction from the fans.
As The Undertaker was making his way up the ramp after the climax of SD Live's 900th show, he was greeted by his on-screen brother, Kane.
In a cool moment for the fans, The Brothers of Destruction did their trademark pose from their run as a dominant tag team back in 2001 and held their right arm up in the air with their back to the ring.
There is no word at present whether this means that the duo are set to have any kind of interaction storyline wise or if the old proverbial band are getting back together, but the fans enjoyed it nonetheless.
'Taker insisted "I’m back… taking souls and digging holes," so we can certainly look forward to seeing more of the Deadman on Tuesday nights which can only be a great, great thing.