WWE Raw Hits London: Results Round-Up
SPOILER ALERT: Read about all the winners and losers at the O2 last night...
SPOILER ALERT: This story covers wrestling matches and events which will later be broadcast on television.
Wrestling fans flocked to the O2 Arena in London last night for the recording of WWE Raw - featuring legend of the ring The Undertaker.
The matches will be screened at a later date, but if you can't wait then here's a round up of what (and who) went down on the night.
Triple H accepted Brock Lesnar's challenge of a steel cage match at the forthcoming Extreme Rules event.
R-Truth won his match with Antonio Cesaro - getting his own back for Cesaro's mocking of his rap skills.
Damien Sandow took down Brodus Clay, taking advantage of a distraction by Cody Rhodes.
World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler defeated Chris Jericho in a non-title match.
Vickie Guerrero had said that if Jericho won he'd get a shot at the title at Extreme Rules. Jericho appeared to be winning, but was distracted by Fandango's signature music being played.
Fandango did not materialise, but Ziggler hit Jericho with a Zig Zag before pinning him.
Tensai defeated Cody Rhodes. Sandow tried to distract Tensai, but the wrestler didn't fall for it and Rhodes succumbed to a chokebomb.
Big E Langston beat Zack Ryder - winning with the Big Ending.
The night's big tag team clash saw The Shield defeat Team Hell No - Daniel Bryan, Kane and The Undertaker.
The Shield tried to nobble Team Hell No backstage before the event, but the tag team champions were still able to take part.
However Daniel Bryan missed a flying headbutt and found himself pinned by Dean Ambrose - allowing The Shield to continue their winning streak.
Fandango took down William Regal - who had proved a hit with the British crowd. Fandango scored his win with a swinging reverse STO.
And finally AJ Lee won a Divas match to become the top contender for the Divas Championship.
John Cena defeated The Rock at Wrestlemania 29 a fortnight ago.