It's perhaps surprising to realise that we are less than three weeks away from WWE's next pay-per-view, so soon after Clash Of Champions.
Every title was on the line on Sunday night, but the only two sets of belts that changed hands were both main roster Tag Team Championships.
The Revival walked out with the SmackDown straps and Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler dethroned Raw champions Seth Rollins and Braun Strowman, which set the tone for the latter two stars' main event showdown for the Universal Championship.
And in that match, Rollins put the Monster Among Men down, although it took a Pedigree and four Curb Stomp's to do so.
As it was well advertised before the match on social media, Bray Wyatt had challenged the winner of the match to a bout at the next event - Hell In A Cell - and 'The Fiend' made his presence felt by attacking Rollins on the stage.
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The match for October 6 was made official on Monday Night Raw for the title, but there was an added twist - the match will be contested inside the structure that the pay-per-view is named after.
It seems strange that The Fiend is getting the next shot at Rollins seeing as though he has only competed once since his return, but he's the hottest thing going in WWE right now and Vince McMahon looks like he's capitalising on it.
The ticket sales for the event in Sacramento don't seem to match the WWE Universe's online excitement about the match though.
Ticketmaster shows that there are several hundred seats available in the lower blocks of the Golden 1 Center, and it confirms the report from the Wrestling Observer, per WrestleZone, that only six of the 22 upper sections of the arena are on sale.
In addition to this, three of the hard camera sections in the lower bowl aren't on sale either, and until the rest of the tickets are sold, they're unlikely to be opened.
It's not a great sign just a couple of weeks before the pay-per-view, and considering the current matches advertised include The Fiend and a Cell match between Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks, Vince will more-than-likely be disappointed too.
Rest assured though it will not be as bad as Stomping Grounds, which only attracted just over 4,000 people in June, and saw more than half of the Tacoma Dome tarped off.News Now - Sport News