Brock Lesnar lost to Rollins – and in turn lost his WWE Universal title, following three curb stomps by hos opponent.
The night had begin when Hulk Hogan was announced as the host of the show by Alexa Bliss.
But almost immediately, Lesnar’s manager Paul Heyman came out to announce that Lesnar wouldn’t be waiting around and would be fighting immediately.
Heyman announced that Lesnar would get on with his match-up with Rollins, before heading to Las Vegas where he would be “ultimately appreciated.”
Rollins came under seige pretty quickly, however, as Lesnar attacked his opponent before he could get in the ring.
Lesnar dominated proceedings at first, smashing Rollins into the announce table and the ring posts before throwing him into the ring.
But Rollins managed to get his own back by low-blowing Lesnar while the referee had been momentarily knocked out of the ring.
And from there on in, it was all Rollins. Three curb stomps later saw Rollins pin his opponent and win the WWE Universal titie.
Lesnar has been rumoured in recent months to be returning the the UFC, who he last fought for in 2016.
A match-up with heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier is the most likely scenario for Lesnar, should he return.
After Cormier’s heavyweight championship win over Stipe Miocic last summer, Lesnar got into the octagon and shoved Cormier.
And calls for the two to fight have been rampant ever since.
A debut with All Elite Wrestling could also be on the cards, however, as their next card on May 25 takes place in Las Vegas, where Heyman said Lesnar was headed to.
A UFC return seems more likely, though, as many believe Lesnar to have unfinished business there.
Light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones has expressed interest in fighting Lesnar too.
Jones, who is Cormier’s fiercest rival, has said that he would rather face Lesnar than Cormier for a third time.