Monday Night Raw hit Montreal this week and the Canadian crowd gave everyone a night after WrestleMania-like atmosphere that the performers thrived in.
Naturally, the Canadian hometown heroes were given the biggest welcome of the night with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens getting the pops of their careers.
Jinder Mahal, although he actually is from Canada, didn't seem to get the same ovation.
While we saw plenty of development with characters like Ronda Rousey, Braun Strowman, Bobby Lashley and Finn Balor on the show, once again, it was Seth Rollins that stole the show.
Rollins won the Intercontinental Championship from The Miz at WrestleMania 34 in a triple-threat match that also featured the ever-popular Finn Balor.
On Monday, after only just pipping the Irishman to the title in a ladder match at the Greatest Royal Rumble, Rollins granted Balor a one-on-one match for the strap after delivering a brilliant babyface promo.
After putting on yet another five-star performance that saw Rollins pick up the win and take her personal record against Balor to 3-2, the Kingslayer cut another promo when the show went off the air.
An emotional Rollins can be seen talking about the ridiculous schedule the performers have to endure, but he insists for crowds like Montreal, it's all worth it.
Rollins has been on fire for the past six weeks and many WWE legends have not been shy about showering him in praise.
Speaking last year, Kane called Rollins the new Shawn Michaels: "I am a huge Seth Rollins fan. Anyone that has ever been in the ring with Seth, (can see) he really is the second-coming of Shawn Michaels… He is that good.”
Triple H, the man Rollins defeated at WrestleMania 33, told Sky Sports last summer how much he believes in the Architect: “To stand in the ring with a guy as talented as Seth Rollins is, who’s kind of the current and the future of WWE in many ways, it’s hard to describe how that feels.
"For me knowing that I was there as he was coming into the WWE, seeing his development in the Shield, being there for a lot of it and seeing him come all the way to where he is now, it’s very gratifying in a lot of ways.”
It seems that the entire WWE fanbase is starting to believe it, too.News Now - Sport News