The week after WrestleMania is inevitably supposed to be as much about new beginnings as it is about following up on the major story events that happen at the Showcase Of The Immortals. That feels particularly relevant this week with the various main roster debuts, the new feuds set-up, the return of John Cena and the retirement of Sting.
And that's not to mention the unveiling of the new Women's Championship belt, and the many political waves caused by what should be assumed to be a whole new mentality.
This week we also heard suggestion that Dean Ambrose was actually supposed to face Jericho at Mania, plus more hints that Shane will replace the Authority as boss of Raw and the possibility that Seth Rollins will follow Cena back soon. Sadly, there's also been talk of the Undertaker not wrestling any more (again), which might well be the bitterest note to the latest record-breaking WrestleMania. Though it's hardly surprising.
As you'd expect, the busy week saw lots of intriguing, insightful and downright revealing posts on social media, as superstars tried to find their place in this brave new post-Mania world.