As expected, The Shield's Final Chapter ended in an emphatic victory for The Hounds of Justice.
Despite the generally bitter feeling towards the match, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose defeated the team of Bobby Lashley, Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre in The Beast Slayer's home town.
Cue the emotional scenes, as it finally started to sink in that The Lunatic Fringe is now done in the WWE and it's not a work as many had assumed.
There was obviously no way that the trio was going to simply leave the ring following the victory, and two promos followed the supposedly final time The Shield would team up.
The fans got in on the action right away, chanting that they didn't want Ambrose to leave as Rollins joked around, stating it's something both he and Reigns have tried and failed to do.
First, it was Universal Champ, Rollins, who got on the microphone to play a little to his home town crowd.
He explained that nothing he has done in the WWE - including defeating Brock Lesnar - would have been possible without Reigns and Ambrose.
In what proved to be arguably the most emotional scene from the promo, the three embraced in the middle of the ring before Ambrose decided to have the final say.
Ambrose went down the line of motivating the fans in attendance and those watching on the WWE Network, stating that the fans can look at the three as an example of being able to achieve anything you work hard for.
He also mentioned not taking no for an answer, however, it was one line in particular which reminded fans why they loved Ambrose so much.
Ambrose added that if somebody tries to tell you that you can't do something, 'then you march forward with your middle finger in the air and tell them The Shield said so.'
You can watch Ambrose's promo in full below.
Fans were quick to head to social media following the event, praising the promo itself and questioning why the WWE didn't allow him to deliver something like this previously.
Clearly, the limitations placed on the Ambrose character took away some of the shine from him as fans that knew him as Jon Moxley understood there was so much more to the character.
Now, fans will think what could have been with Ambrose had the WWE utilised him better.
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