WWE WrestleMania 27 is over, and for some of us, it left us wanting more.
Well, the next pay-per-view, Extreme Rules, is only a month away, and it should give us a few things that we weren't able to see last night.
The night where every match is a stipulation match isn't usually remembered that much because of its placement after the biggest pay-per-view.
Here are 20 things we want to see at Extreme Rules to make it memorable.
While we didn't witness Christian's heel turn last night, there might be a gradual turn over the next few weeks. This would bring back a lot of good memories with Edge and Christian taking part in a ladder match.
The last man standing match is made for brawlers like Miz and John Cena. These two could potentially put on a great match this way.
I don't care what kind of match it is, but these two got screwed last night. Getting bumped off the biggest show of the year should motivate these two to prove that WWE made a mistake.
If she doesn't debut before Extreme Rules, Kong has to show up. Everyone has been waiting for her to debut for months, and it's getting tiring.
The Corre got decimated last night, not good if you're a faction full of young stars. Either in one match or separate matches, they need to win.
While they didn't put on as good a match as I thought they would, these guys could put on a very good feud over the next few months.
After losing to Undertaker last night, I think it's a pretty good bet that Triple H will find his way back on to the winning side at Extreme Rules. It also marks the one-year anniversary of him being taken out by Sheamus.
Lost in all the "SnookiMania" action of last night, we all know what Ziggler and Morrison are capable of on their own. Put these two in a match where they can show off their talent, and you have a match-of-the-night candidate.
This feud will most likely continue past WrestleMania, and very well could have another match at the pay-per-view. However, I think that the feud could continue on a little longer if Orton was to face a returning New Nexus, possibly with Triple H at his side.
After Lawler technically "lost" to Michael Cole last night, I think this feud is not over. I don't think we are going to see Lawler vs. Cole again, but maybe Lawler will face off against Jack Swagger.
If WWE can actually find some tag teams, Extreme Rules would be a good time to show them off. Most likely it would be a Tag Team Turmoil Match, so it could showcase multiple teams.
Bourne hasn't been on a pay-per-view since last September. Members of the IWC know that is far too long.
A couple of months ago, it looked like Drew McIntyre was back on his way to being a serious competitor. Then all of a sudden, Kelly got involved with Edge, and McIntyre's push screeched to a halt.
Quite simply, she shouldn't have even held it in the first place. Put it back on Natalya, or maybe Melina or Beth Phoenix.
It was so refreshing to here Good Ol' JR's voice on commentary last night. I, and most likely many others, would like it to continue.
Please tell me I am not the only one who has grown tired of LayCool's act. Please let them split up. Sooner rather than later.
Last bight further proved the point that the Bella twins are absolutely useless. Even as heels, they're still dancing to Hornswoggle rapping.
While he most likely won't be there in person, having The Rock show up in any form will boost the pay-per-view buys.
Based on the end of the Triple H-Undertaker match, it looks like Taker might be taking another little vacation. If we have a promo at Extreme Rules, we'll know how long it will be before he's back.
Hey, I can dream, can't I?