The dust has just about settled following an exhilarating but exhausting WrestleMania 35.
The longest WrestleMania in history was also historic for a variety of reasons; Seth Rollins defeated Brock Lesnar to become Universal Champion thanks to three Curb Stomps (and a mandatory low blow), Becky Lynch became 'Becky Two Belts' by pinning the undefeated Ronda Rousey in the first-ever women's Mania main event, and Kofi Kingston was crowned WWE champion in emotional scenes at MetLife Stadium.
Regardless, WWE barely allows us a moment of reflection before springing their next surprise on us. We've already seen debuts, returns and championships changing hands in the immediate aftermath of 'The Show of Shows'.
If WrestleMania is WWE's season finale, then we're now entering Episode 1 of the next season of sports entertainment. Traditionally, a dip in programming quality and viewership follows Mania, but it's also seen as a fresh start for performers and storylines.
What does the company have planned for their women's titles now they're held by The Man? Which superstars need a change of scenery? Who could Paul Heyman become an advocate for next?!