There is something utterly electric about Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker in the same ring together.
We will always have *those* Wrestlemania moments, but last night on RAW we were treated again.
Michaels was on TV for the first time in a while, bigging up the chances of his good buddy Tripple H when he meets Taker at the Super Show-Down in Melbourne, Australia next month.
Queue gongs, lights out, smoke, and lightning bolts. The Deadman commeth.
Promising to end The Game, like he had with the Heartbreak Kid, Taker was in no mood for pleasantries.
Michaels however was full of praise, saying it was his respect for The Deadman that had kept him to his word when it came to retirement, and halted a return to the WWE.
Not convinced, Taker suggested respect, may well have been fear.
The door is ajar for something to play out with the three men.
This could get good. Very, very good.
Last week the WWE universe was stunned to see Kevin Owens apparently quit.
He’s gone tooth and nail with Seth Rollins before coming up short, and apparently wracked with frustration decided to call it a day.
We were just as shocked this week, to see his return.
Attacking Bobby Lashley midway through his ‘meditation’ session with Jinder Mahal seemed more than a little odd.
You can’t help but think this one could have played out a little longer, with Owens return making much more of an impact.
Another stint on the mid-card is almost certain.
Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre are the new RAW Tag Team Champions.
After aligning themselves with Braun Strowman last week, quite the faction is forming in their battle with The Shield.
The pair had too much for the B Team of Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas and were able to wrestle the belts away from the crowd favourites.
Now with some gold around their waists, the showdown with The Shield and in particular Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins takes on even more significance.
With Strowman set to challenge Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship could we find ourselves with one group holding multiple titles?