Tonight saw the long awaited return of John Cena to Monday Night RAW and he announced his officially entry, into the so-called new era.
His return will however go down as one of the more memorable segments of the year due to what would unfold.
An unforgettable scene
Cena would be confronted by one of the front runners of the new era in WWE - AJ Styles.
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Arguably the biggest fan favourite in WWE came out to welcome Cena back in person, but that was when everything would go wrong.
After Cena and Styles shook hands, the arrival of former Bullet Club members Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson was an unwelcome sight.
They claimed that they're not above attacking everyone on the roster, including AJ Styles and as things looked like they were about to explode, that is when AJ made his move.
Styles attacked Cena before Anderson and Gallows got involved making it a three on one beat down, and earning the hatred of the WWE fans in attendance.
A huge and dramatic heel turn from Styles and one that frankly no-one saw coming from the man who has been arguably the biggest fan favourite for the last few months.
This could clearly lead to a huge feud between Styles and Cena which is sure to be a foundation match at any PPV show it is placed on.
The question is, have the WWE turned Styles and the Club heel for one greater purpose?
Further down the line
It has long been thought that the arrival of the club on the main roster would open the door to the debut of former NXT Champion Finn Balor.
There is now the chance that with the Club turned Heel, Balor could be set to enter the picture within the next few months.
Balor feuding with his former partners could be a winning storyline in the WWE and could even be postponed for several months so that it all comes to a head at WrestleMania 33.
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