Although medical issues hit WWE's TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view hard on Sunday night, it did end up providing some moments inside the ring which won't be forgotten by the WWE universe for some time.
Alongside Kurt Angle's first WWE match in 11 years, fans inside the Target Center last night and those watching the pay-per-view at home were also treated to the first ever singles match between two fan favourites; Finn Balor and AJ Styles.
For a special one-off night, The Phenomenal One flew overnight all the way from South American to take on The Demon King in replacement of Bray Wyatt, who had to miss the pay-per-view due to medical reasoning as well.
Their match certainly didn't disappoint, and it was arguably the best match of the night, putting on a stellar performance in the ring for those watching the show, with both superstars delivering a passionate match despite there being no prior build to the clash.
Balor won the match after the former Universal Champion performed the Coup de Grace on Styles for the pin. Following the match, the two showed respect to one another and gestured the "Too Sweet" hand symbol to each other, which received a big ovation from the crowd.
Both The Demon King and The Phenomenal One continued to show their mutual respect towards one another on their Twitter accounts after their match had finished.
However, RAW superstar and The Club member Karl Anderson had a brilliant reaction to the "Too Sweet" moment, as he wasn't too happy that he didn't receive an invite.
Even The Young Bucks poked fun at the moment, including a reference to the cease and desist notice they received recently from the WWE about them performing the "Too Sweet" gesture.
Nevertheless, it was still a special moment between Balor and Styles, and there could be more moments like this to come, as some reports have stated the two will have a rematch at Survivor Series next month as part of the RAW vs SmackDown theme for the pay-per-view.
Their match was arguably the best match on the show, so fans will definitely be looking forward to seeing the two meet again once more next month, and it should be even better as a build will add more intensity to the feud.News Now - Sport News