John Cena popped the live crowd in Orlando by showing up after Monday's episode of Raw went off the air.
Cena came out to address the ongoing drama between RK-Bro members Randy Orton and Riddle - eventually, he managed to get both guys to "hug it out" in front of the Florida fans. Yes, Orton did actually share a wee cuddle with his on/off tag-team partner in the end.
In fact, he embraced Cena too.
From there, JC went on to team with Damian Priest against Jinder Mahal and Veer. It's worth noting that Priest had already worked a singles match on TV opposite John Morrison earlier that night. It's not hard to imagine he was thrilled to learn he'd be pulling double duty and teaming up with Cena though.
This 'Summer Of Cena' tour continues then, but WWE smartly kept John off the red brand's broadcast. He's been depicted as a SmackDown star lately, and will collide with Universal Champ Roman Reigns at SummerSlam on 21 August.
WWE would only confuse that by putting Cena on telly every Monday night too. These dark matches appearances are a nice way to satisfy the live audience without affecting anything on-screen.