When the Halloween season comes around every year, there's always one gimmick match in the WWE that will occur.
And it happened last night on SmackDown Live, as Big E from The New Day took on Cesaro of The Bar, who have recently recruited the World's Largest Athlete - The Big Show.
New Day decided to cosplay in spectacular faction, coming out as the popular Attitude Era faction The Brood, which consisted of Gangrel, Christian and WWE Hall of Famer Edge.
The bout went down exactly how you'd expect - lots of fun and plenty of comedic value.
Sheamus slammed a plate of pancakes in Kofi Kingston's face, Big Show dunked Xavier Woods' head in a bucket of apples and water, and Cesaro slammed Big E into a pile of pumpkins - just your standard Trick or Street Fight.
But after unleashing their inner-Brood - or Tajiri - by spraying red mist in the face of all three members of The Bar, Big E finished the Swiss Cyborg off for the victory.
WWE have cut the funniest moment out of their official highlights on YouTube though.
As the New Day skipped out of the ring following Big E's victory, Kingston took a dramatic tumble off the apron, directly onto the floor outside the ring.
And quite clearly his partner Woods found it absolutely hilarious.
The feud between the two factions is set to rumble on, with The Bar's newly won Tag Team Championships on the line at Crown Jewel on November 2.
What happens next though is anyone's guess. WWE seem to be going down a Raw versus SmackDown route for Survivor Series again, and both brand's tag champions were pitted against each other last year.
But the issue on the red side of the company is that the current title-holders - Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins - aren't really getting along.
Aside from The Usos though, there's not much tag competition on the blue brand at the moment, so we could see more Bar and New Day matches going forward.
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