WWE Hell in a Cell took place on Sunday and there is good reason why the stipulation has become regarded as the most violent match in wrestling.
Mick Foley set the bar for the match back in 1998 when The Undertaker first flung him off the top of the cell and secondly, chokeslammed him through the roof of the structure.
Well, it's safe to say Shane McMahon has taken the ball and run with it since.
After attempting to hit 'Taker with an elbow drop from the top of the cell at WrestleMania 32 - some 18 years after Mankind's proverbial fall from grace - Shano-O-Mac found himself in another Hell in a Cell match against on Sunday, this time against Kevin Owens.
After it was announced that the match would be under falls count anywhere rules, the WWE universe began to expect a huge spot in the match - and the performers delivered.
With Owens lying prone on one of the announcer's desks, McMahon looked down at his opponent and prepared to take flight once more.
Except on this occasion, Sami Zayn performed a shocking heel-turn by saving Owens from the incoming elbow - just.
As you can see from the fan footage below, the doctors and officials were on hand in preparation for the spot, but even so, they were clearly very worried once they saw the impact and rushed to Shane's aid.
Furthermore, you can see how Sami Zayn crept to his position with his hood up before arriving next to the table. During the match, you did not see this because the cameras were obviously focused on Shane.
The SmackDown Live commissioner will surely now take a leave of absence to sell/recover from his injuries and reports have suggested that Triple H may enter the fray.
The King of Kings may defend the honour of his family in law and lock horns with Owens himself, possibly at WrestleMania 34.
The other angle doing the rounds is that HHH put Owens up to assaulting the McMahons and he plans on facing Shane at the Showcase of the Immortals.
Either way, you won't see another spot as crazy as this for the rest of 2017!