WWE fans, happy Monday.
With the weekend’s ongoings starting to roll down your digestive track now is the perfect time to take a look at the biggest stories doing the rounds in the WWE universe.
Read on below to see our neatly compiled round-up - tailored, of course, to your sport - or watch the video above.
Lawler car crash
WWE announcer Jerry Lawler was involved in a car accident with his girlfriend on Saturday night but tweeted to reassure fans that he was unhurt and things might have been far worse.
His partner, Lauryn McBride also took to social media to update fans, saying that a girl had run a red light and totalled their car.
Lawler himself said that McBride had spent four hours in the emergency room, but that the pair were not hurt.
Jim Ross on Hell in a Cell
Elsewhere, Jim Ross has had his say on the recent Hell in a Cell event, and he believes the WWE missed a trick by not using the opportunity to promote young talent.
JR said he wondered why the organisation didn’t have a rising star come out to help The Undertaker during his showdown with Brock Lesnar.
Taker, of course, lost that match, supposedly bringing an end to his ongoing feud with The Beast.
Last but not least, Batista has highlighted the problems that the WWE’s creative team have with regards to meeting the needs of their wrestlers.
The wrestling star - interviewed while talking about his role in the latest James Bond film, Spectre - said the WWE didn’t listen to him when he said he wouldn’t win over the supporters as a babyface.