At this point, everyone is very much aware that WWE Crown Jewel wasn't too everyone's taste.
While many fans had reservations about the event in Saudi Arabia anyway, the show that actually transpired left a lot of fans confused, too.
Brock Lesnar would win his second Univeral title (and sixth world title) in stunning fashion after dispatching of Braun Strowman without suffering a scratch and Shane McMahon, despite no competing in the World Cup tournament, would win the World Cup.
Swerves are one thing, but illogical booking is something totally different.
In the main event, we saw Triple H and Shawn Michaels battle The Undertaker and Kane, four men with the combined age of 205.
Of course, the idea of D-Generation X taking on the Brothers of Destruction would have been insanely cool even 10 years ago, but given their age and limitations, it was clearly a bout borne from the Saudi money.
DX would win the contest but Triple H suffered a pretty severe injury early on that really restricted him from doing too much in the match.
The Game tore his pectoral muscle and he posted a photo of the injury on Twitter ahead of his scheduled surgery tomorrow.
Wow - gruesome! There's definitely been some bad damage done there.
HHH looked like he was heading for a potential showdown with former Evolution teammate Batista, a man he has never beaten.
Batista has said on multiple occasions that he would like Triple H to be his retirement match in the WWE and the Animal seemed to get his wish after goading The Game at SmackDown 1000 and teasing the fans.
Triple H will need between four and five months to recover from this surgery and with WrestleMania just under six months away, it would be a race against time to for them to put the programme together - but not impossible.
We all wish Triple H a speedy recovery.
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