SmackDown 1000 is now in the books, and it wasn't perfect, but it was a mix of good action and a great nostalgia trip for the audience.
The show kicked off with a 'special episode' of Truth TV with R-Truth and Carmella, which saw interactions between Stephanie and Shane McMahon.
And you could almost guarantee their father Vince would appear in some shape or form when his two children showed up, after all, SmackDown is one of his creations.
Despite public disapproval over the company still seemingly choosing to go to Saudi Arabia for their Crown Jewel event, the crowd in Washington D.C. absolutely lapped up a rare Vince sighting.
They serenaded the Chairman with his 'No Chance In Hell' theme song, proving that he's still massively over with the audience.
Vince stated that no-one wanted the two Commissioners of the WWE brands to be seen bickering once again, they wanted to be entertained instead.
And he had the best idea on how to do that - one of R-Truth's world-renowned 'dance breaks'.
The 73-year-old McMahon preceded to break it down inside the squared circle, leaving fans both in stitches and absolutely perplexed at what they were seeing.
It was actually a very fun way to open the show, although you would have thought Vince McMahon of all people would have had a bigger part to play in such a historic show.
After all, at Raw's 25th anniversary celebrations in January, the boss took a Stone Cold Stunner from Steve Austin.
Many fans would actually take Vince back on regular WWE programming as he brings that entertainment value, but at his age now it's probably best that he's consigned to overseeing everything.
Nevertheless, fans absolutely loved his cameo and clearly wanted more moves busted out from the WWE owner.
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