After three WWE Network specials in four weeks, we will now have to wait five weeks beforewe see the next three hour special.
Tonight saw the annual Money in the Bank ladder match and it will certainly go down as one of the most controversial endings in the history of the match.
The seven men who were battling it out for the coveted contract gave it their all but when it was all over, it was a man who wasn't even involved in the match who decided the winner.
Everyone had expected Roman Reigns to win, and that looked to be happening as he climbed the ladder with no-one left in the ring.
Suddenly, the lights go down, an ominous noise is heard and then enters Bray Wyatt to push the ladder and deliver Sister Abigail to Reigns.
A very surprising finish as almost no-one had envisioned seeing Wyatt at the event but the dramatic conclusion has now resulted in a future date for the two.
Five weeks from tonight, the WWE will host Battleground and Reigns and Wyatt will now climb into the ring to settle the score.
Reigns will undoubtedly be looking for revenge whilst Wyatt will as per usual, be looking to inflict pain on his opponent.
The two were in the ring as recently as last week on RAW when Reigns' spot in the Money in the Bank ladder match was on the line.
Who knows what we will see from the two over the next five weeks but this is sure to be a feud that gets very personal very quickly.
A night of shocks
Money in the Bank 2015 will go down as a night of shocks despite the majority of championships that were on the line being retained.
The Divas, Intercontinental and WWE Championships were all defended but the New Day were dethroned as Tag Team Champions.
Kevin Owens lost to John Cena but had the last laugh after leaving Cena laid out on the floor and Sheamus was the man who left with the Money in the Bank contract.