Last night's Hell in a Cell saw the latest instalment in the long-running feud between Daniel Bryan and The Miz.
The Miz recorded a victory over Bryan at SummerSlam, due to some under-handed tactics involving a set of brass knuckles, and the former SmackDown Live General Manager will try and exact revenge at Super Show-Down in three weeks time.
The winner of that bout will earn a future WWE Championship shot, but Hell in a Cell saw the two superstars' wives enter the fray.
Brie Bella and Maryse joined the party for a mixed tag team match, but truthfully, it was probably the most underwhelming bout on the card.
We all know what The Miz and Bryan can do when given time and the chance, but this match seemed more revolved around the women.
And that figured when Maryse executed a sloppy-looking pin on Brie to pick up the win for the 'It Couple'.
There was a major talking point from the clash though that really got fans of Bryan talking - and not for the right reasons.
Bryan has had to slightly adapt his all-action wrestling style since being given the all-clear by WWE doctors, and one of the moves he sensibly took away was the flying headbutt.
The manoeuvre is seen as pretty dangerous and can lead to serious head trauma, and with Bryan's past, it's best left in the past.
But as Bryan was on the top rope and Miz was prone on the mat, fans had an awful feeling - and Bryan went for the headbutt.
Okay, so he didn't connect with The Miz, but even the hint of doing it is worrying. And even so, his head being that close to the mat still isn't a good sign.
Fans of the leader of the 'Yes! movement' decided to voice their disapproval on social media of the potential return of the move.
Time to listen to the fans, Daniel...