We may be less than two weeks removed from an historic WrestleMania which saw more than one historic moment.
We saw the Monday Night War come to life before our eyes when Sting competed in his first ever WWE match against Triple H.
Seth Rollins cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase to claim the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a dramatic conclusion.
With WrestleMania now behind us, we already have several high profile matches announced for the next big Pay-Per-View, Extreme Rules.
Seth Rollins will have his first ever title defense while the divas division is surely going to take an interesting turn.
With just a few weeks until Extreme Rules, there are just a handful of matches announced for the event already.
John Cena will defend his US Title against Rusev, Daniel Bryan will defend his Intercontinental Championship against Bad News Barrett and Rollins will face Randy Orton for his WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
The strong rumours ahead of the event are claiming that we'll see the return to PPV of the Celtic Warrior Sheamus who will make a beeline for Dolph Ziggler.
Despite headlining WrestleMania, the role of Roman Reigns since his clash Brock Lesnar has been shrouded in mystery.
Many expect Reigns to face off with the winner of the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal in the Big Show or to team up with Ryback to take on the Big Show and Kane.
The final rumour ahead of Extreme Rules focusses on the divas division where we will see a battle royal this Monday on RAW to determine a number one contender.
It is strongly believed that Naomi will emerge as the victor in that match and challenge Nikki Bella for the Divas championship.
WWE goes extreme
Extreme Rules is the night that the WWE goes extreme and this year's event is not expected to be any different.
There have not been any signals that any matches will have stipulations as of yet but many are expected to be revealed in the coming weeks.