Roman Reigns stole the show at Clash of Champions.
The Big Dog was in the main event of Sunday's PPV against his cousin, Jey Uso, defending the Universal Championship.
Now, we were expecting Reigns to hand out an ass-whooping, but the distance he went to in beating down and humiliating his own blood shocked many.
But that's a good thing. The WWE Universe has been desperate to see this side of Roman for so long now and at Clash of Champions, he finally went full heel.
It wasn't just a new attitude on show either. For the first time in WWE, he wrestled without a vest and yes, it's a badass look.
So what's next for Reigns? Well, it's pretty clear he's now Vince McMahon's top heel - and top star for that matter - meaning the possibilities are endless.
Fans are desperate to see him go to battle with The Rock one day and as WWE seem to be exploring this family storyline, there's genuine hope that it could happen at WrestleMania 37.
The show is scheduled to take place in California next March and is even being billed as 'WrestleMania Hollywood' so The Rock's return would make sense.
And following Clash of Champions, 'The Great One' even confirmed that he's keeping an eye on what Reigns and WWE are doing.
Roman posted a photo of himself lifting the Universal Title on Instagram, to which Rock responded: 'Same game, different levels. Same hell, different devils. Heard you two tore the house down'.
It's not exactly a tease for a match at WrestleMania, but the fact that the WWE legend had eyes on Clash of Champions suggests his eventual return wouldn't be out of the question.
If Reigns and Jey tore the house down, just imagine what The Big Dog can do with The Rock.
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