WWEs massive show in Australia took place today as 100,000 fans filled the MCG in Melbourne.
An action-packed show saw a new Cruiserweight champion crowned and a new number one contender for the WWE title, but the main talking points centred around a new haircut, and a dramatic main event.
The Undertaker took on Triple H in the final bout of the evening, with both men flanked by friends from the past.
Undertaker had Kane in his corner, while Triple H called on former DX teammate Shawn Michaels.
With a combined age of over 100, Triple H and Undertaker both worked hard, and created plenty of drama in the match.
Kane and Shawn Michaels also enjoyed significant cameos, with all four stars pulling out their signature moves.
Triple H kicked out of a Tombstone, Undertaker kicked out of the Pedigree, while chair shots and sledgehammer smashes failed to cause an end.
Constant interference plus a number of referee disasters continued to ramp up the tension, before Shawn Michaels hit Undertaker with a Sweet Chin Music into a Pedigree from Triple H.
Many expect Michaels to come out of retirement next month in Saudi Arabia to team with Triple H against Undertaker and Kane in Saudi Arabia.
That news seemed to be confirmed when Undertaker and Kane destroyed Triple H and Michaels following the match.
The four had been posing in the ring, but the Brothers of Destruction chokeslammed Michaels through the announce table, and created absolute chaos.
Elsewhere in Melbourne, the internet went crazy after John Cenas return to WWE.
Cena, who has been filming a movie in China recently, teamed with Bobby Lashley to beat Elias and Kevin Owens.
But it was Cenas hair that proved to be the talk of the evening, as the 41-year-old star appeared with a head full of luscious dark hair.
John Cena looks like a completely different person.
I truly cant decide if he looks better or worse. #WWESSD
— Cageside Seats (@cagesideseats) October 6, 2018
The 16-time WWE Champion usually sports a buzzcut, but looked a completely different man in the match.
WWEs next major international show will take place in Saudi Arabia next month, and Daniel Bryan will challenge AJ Styles for the WWE Championship at the show after both won their matches in Australia.
Styles beat Samoa Joe to retain his title, while Bryan pinned The Miz in a quick match.
The major domestic moment of the evening occurred when Melbournes own Buddy Murphy defeated Cedric Alexander for the Cruiserweight title.
Murphy was treated like a conquering hero during the match, and eventually won in an emotional moment.
There was further victories for The Shield at Super Show-Down while Ronda Rousey teamed with The Bella Twins to defeat The Riott Squad.