If the week's events leading up to the Night of Champions pay-per-view event were not enough, boy, did we get our share of excitement on Sunday night.
For over 300 days, CM Punk has been WWE champion. That still has not changed and things just got a little more interesting heading into the fall and Hell in a Cell.
The "draw" between Punk and John Cena in the final match lived up to its hype, and then some.
After seeing these final matches end poorly of late, there is finally enough to talk, smile and be excited about.
And with the help of JBL, who may have delivered more than anyone Sunday night, wrestling is alive and well on cable.
If anyone really thought CM Punk would lose in Beantown (or John Cena would win in Beantown, for that matter), they were sorely mistaken.
Everything on Sunday night had a purpose and reason. Here are some things we learned from Sunday night's PPV.