WWE returned to the UK for the first time in over 30 years for a pay-per-view event, with Clash at the Castle from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff firing on all cylinders, giving a magical evening to WWE fans everywhere, especially those lucky enough to be in the arena.
Home favourites Sheamus and Drew McIntyre were unable to usurp the champions, but their efforts in two classic matches will fill all those on the UK shores with pride.
Although they may have been disappointed not to see a home favourite exit the ring with a title after Gunther and Roman Reigns downed Sheamus and Drew McIntyre respectively, the return of Edge to Britain was magical.
The moment he took to the ring will live long in the memory of WWE fans everywhere, with the crowd in perfect voice, belting out his entrance music, Metalingus.
It was a spine-tingling rendition enough to give you goosebumps even just watching at home on TV rather than actually being there, it was that good.
He teamed up for a match with Rey Mysterio, 20 years on from winning the Tag Team title together back in the November of 2002, with the duo teaming up for their first traditional match together for over 10 years.
On his way to the ring, Edge showed his allegiance to Mysterio by donning a mask of his own, just adding to the spectacle of his entrance even more.
They got the better of The Judgement Day to mark a historic, triumphant return to the British shores, with The Rated R Superstar on what we believe to be his retirement procession following his return after a nine-year hiatus with a brutal neck injury.
During his illustrious career, the Hall of Famer has had some iconic entrance music, although nothing will come close to Metalingus by Alter Bridge, with it sticking around for the majority of his career and even after all these years, it still sends the fans into a frenzy.
It’s safe to say that he is synonymous with the song, with his other entrance music nowhere near as memorable, when the crowd hear ‘you think you know me’ followed by that guitar intro, they all know what’s coming.
The Canadian put on one hell of a show in what could be his last appearance in the UK, with the victory over his former allegiance an incredibly satisfying way to ice the top of the cake.