So that was WrestleMania 37 then.
It wasn't perfect, but I thought the good far outweighed the bad and my lasting memories of the two-day event will be Bianca Belair's emotional title victory, Cesaro and Rollins going at it like it was Ring of Honor circa 2009, Bad Bunny doing the work and doing himself proud and Roman Reigns, Edge and Daniel Bryan rocking the house and giving us a match that ended the festivities on a high note.
And Samoa Joe and Michael Cole in ponchos.
After 'Mania, it was back to business as usual, with WWE moving back into the Thunderdome for a positively rotten post-WrestleMania Raw.
There was plenty going on this week between all of the WWE shows, a packed AEW Dynamite and everything else but, as usual, there were things that may have (understandably) passed you by.
Never fear, dear reader, because Ten Things You May Have Missed In Wrestling This Week will give you at least some of them.
Weather permitting, of course.
10. Mick Foley Gets Some Dude Love On Pawn Stars
You never know what - or who - is going to show up on the History Channel's popular series Pawn Stars.
In the past, celebrities ranging from Bob Dylan to Steve Carrell have stopped by the shop for one reason or another, and this week it was the turn of WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, who was drafted in to verify the authenticity of two items.
The items in question were an autographed Mankind halloween mask and an original Dude Love t-shirt, both of which Foley confirmed as legit.
He interestingly noted that the t-shirt was a slightly different colour to the one he typically wore in the ring and was part of a limited run, because the tie-dye was an expensive process and they couldn't guarantee the colours would be the same every time.
After having his evaluation lowered, the fan who brought them in decided to keep the items, happy that he got to meet the Hardcore Legend.