WWE entered 'The Six' for a long weekend of action, which had already started last night with NXT TakeOver: Toronto.
In the second of four action-packed evenings, the main attraction came to the Scotiabank Arena - SummerSlam - and the Biggest Party of the Summer didn't fail to entertain the masses.
It had its high and low points, so lets see what happened.
Cruiserweight Championship - Drew Gulak (c) v Oney Lorcan
Two of the stars of 205 Live were unfortunately given a graveyard slot where half the arena hadn't gotten into their seats yet - the downsides of doing a two-hour Kickoff Show.
The hard-hitting Lorcan gave it his best shot, but it ultimately wasn't enough.
Gulak continued his reign with a victory over Lorcan and you've got to wonder now - who is next?
Winner: Drew Gulak (Retains Cruiserweight Championship)
Buddy Murphy v Apollo Crews
After months of inactivity, this was the former Cruiserweight Champion's first official match as a SmackDown superstar, and it was pretty good for what it was.
It ended up being a plot device though as Rowan attacked Buddy Murphy after he 'revealed' Big Red as the attacker of Roman Reigns on SmackDown.
We wouldn't even see Roman Reigns at all during the night, a very rare occurrence considering it was such a big PPV.
Result: Buddy Murphy (By DQ)
In-between matches we got a special Toronto-dissing performance by Elias, but he was confronted by Canada's favourite son - Edge.
He's not gotten physical since he retired from the ring in 2011, but the Rated-R Superstar dropped Elias with a Spear to the delight of his home crowd.
Women's Tag Team Championships - Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross (c) v The IIconics
After losing their titles on Raw last week, the Aussie duo got the first shot at the new champions in the closing match of the Kickoff Show.
Peyton Royce and Billie Kay would be unsuccessful though, with the lightly-used Bliss picking up the victory for her team with a Twisted Bliss to Royce.
Winners: Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross (Retain Women's Tag Team Championships)
Submission Match for Raw Women's Championship - Becky Lynch (C) v Natalya
She may have main evented WrestleMania just four months ago, but this time Lynch was opening the show against Canada's own Natalya.
But just because she was a home country girl, it didn't mean she was the crowd favourite - Lynch was the more popular of the two.
In what was a pretty intense match, Lynch got the victory in the end with her patented DisArmHer and walked out of Toronto still the Raw Women's Champion.
Winner: Becky Lynch (Retains Raw Women's Championship)
Goldberg v Dolph Ziggler
After his Super ShowDown match with The Undertaker went awry, Goldberg wanted to come back and prove himself - and he did just that.
In a very short match, Ziggler surprised the WCW legend with two Superkicks, but after they were both kicked out of, the squash commenced.
Goldberg destroyed Ziggler with a Spear, then hit the Jackhammer without a hitch to pick up the victory.
It wasn't all over there though, as Ziggler repeatedly goaded Goldberg on the microphone, prompting him to return to the ring not once, but twice to brutalise the Show-Off even further.
United States Championship - AJ Styles (c) v Ricochet
AJ took Ricochet's US Title from him at Extreme Rules last month, and he came into SummerSlam looking like Nightwing and wanting his championship back.
It wasn't to be the case though, as after a distraction from Gallows and Anderson, Ricochet had a flip off the top rope reversed into a Styles Clash for the victory.
To add insult to injury for the high-flyer, Ricochet was hit by a Magic Killer after the match as The OC left him laying.
Winner: AJ Styles (Retains United States Championship)
SmackDown Women's Championship - Bayley (c) v Ember Moon
The Toronto crowd didn't really get into this match, despite the skill-set of both women.
In a rather uneventful match, Ember was seemingly setting up for her Eclipse manoeuvre but Bayley hopped to the turnbuckle and hit a Bayley To Belly from high up for the victory.
Winner: Bayley (Retains SmackDown Women's Championship)
Kevin Owens v Shane McMahon
If Owens lost the match, he would have to 'quit' WWE - but that was never going to happen.
Despite Shane employing Elias as a 'special enforcer', it wasn't enough to pick up a win, with KO using a dirty lowblow tactic at the end of the match with the actual referee's back turned.
A Stunner later and we had a winner - Owens won in his home country and he's staying in WWE for the foreseeable future.
Winner: Kevin Owens
Charlotte Flair v Trish Stratus
In her final wrestling match, Trish Stratus rolled back the years against arguably the greatest female wrestler of her generation.
The Toronto native didn't move like a normal 43-year-old and both women produced a brilliant match that the crowd were invested in.
As expected though, Flair picked up the victory with the Figure Eight - despite Trish locking the same move in earlier - and cemented her legacy as the most decorated female of this era.
If that was Trish's last match though as expected, she went out in a blaze of glory.
Winner: Charlotte Flair
WWE Championship - Kofi Kingston (c) v Randy Orton
After Orton helped end Kofi's push back in 2009, this match had a personal element to it.
But the ending to the match left a bit of a sour taste in the mouths of WWE fans.
After looking Kofi's kids right in the eyes at ringside with the man himself downed, Orton felt the barrage of Kingston's attack, but both men were counted out by the referee.
The fans made their feelings very clear at the decision to end the match, and even a kendo stick beatdown of Orton couldn't turn their emotions.
Result: Double count-out
Finn Balor v Bray 'The Fiend' Wyatt
It was the much-anticipated re-debut of Bray Wyatt's newest character - The Fiend - and it lived up to all expectations.
Despite Finn Balor getting a bit more offense in than expected, Wyatt still came out victorious with his new finishing move - the Mandible Claw.
But it was the entrance that had most people talking though. It was a heavy metal remix of his original theme, and he carried a severed Wyatt head to the ring with a lantern inside.
It looked incredible and we're sure it did inside the arena too.
Winner: Bray 'The Fiend' Wyatt
Universal Championship - Brock Lesnar (c) v Seth Rollins
Many expected Brock Lesnar to walk out of Toronto as the Universal Champion - how wrong would they be?
In what may have been one of the best Universal Championship matches in the three years the belt has been active, Rollins and Lesnar tore the house down, and we had a surprising title change.
Rollins reversed an F5 attempt into a Superkick and another Stomp to take the title off Brock for the second time in four months.
What now for Brock? Time will tell but WWE certainly ended the night with a bang.
Winner: Seth Rollins (NEW Universal Champion)News Now - Sport News