There's no doubt that this was a really fun couple of days for all us WWE fans, starting from the TLC PPV and moving all the way to Monday Night RAW the following night. We witnessed some great matches, totally sick spots (I'm still going holly shit on what Kalisto pulled off with one of the Uso's), Vince returning to Monday Night RAW after over almost a year and to top it all up, Reigns being crowned the new WWE champion. We all knew it was going to happen and it didn't of course come as a shock but I guess the suprising thing about it is that they decided to speed up things and give Reigns the belt a bit sooner then expected; I for one thought the Royal Rumble was going to the be night but anyway... So...what's next? Does Vince showing up mean that we'll get to see him at a more regular basis as this storyline unfolds? I mean, one would assume so since he too eventually found himself on the other end of a Superman punch. That can't go without notice, could it? As far as Roman is concerned, my first guess is that Shaemus will get his rematch at the Royal Rumble and of course lose so taking it a step further, does Roman defend his title at the main event of Mania against the winner of the Royal Rumble or is all this "Stephanie slapping" and "your whole family is a disgrace" just adding to the setup of a Reigns vs HHH? It's got me a bit baffled to be honest and I am actually toying on a rather twisted idea: what if HHH decided to enter the Rumble, win it and be the new contender? Yeah, I know, it's far fetched and I'm probably overthinking things but thought I'd just throw it out there. IF - and that's really a big if - they indeed are working on Reigns vs HHH match at Mania, this would be one twisted way to set it up though, wouldn't you agree? On the other hand, if the idea is for a Brock vs Roman part 2, I'm down with that as well and though the outcome of the Rumble will be very predictable, I think we could all consider it acceptable. Other then that, I think it's pretty obvious that Ambrose is going to stick with the IC title for a long run, as is the case for Charlotte. As for the US title? Well, the obvious and expected idea is to have Cena return (which he will do very soon) and win it right back. My rather unexpected idea? Have Kurt Angle make a suprise return and challenge for it instead? Yep, me still dreaming but come to think of it, a developement of such sort would free up Cena if they indeed are planning a Cena vs Undertaker for Mania. Last but not least, the TAG team division. Now, it seems like everyone kind of scratched their head with their latest promo and though it definetely wasn't their best one it got me thinking and what actually got me thinking are Wood's comments and how the tag team division reached a new level. Now granted, he made a fair point and there is no doubt that their match at TLC was one of the best ever but on the other hand it almost sounded like sacrilege towards some tag teams of the past that also made history in ladder matches. Now, before you say anything I know this is perhaps wishful thinking but here's a thought for Mania 32: how about the same lineup go at it again, for the titles, in another ladder, only this time add...the Hardy's in the mix? I think this is enough food for thought for now and I know that some of my ideas are probably too twisted and/or complicated but, hey, unlike WWE creative these days, at least I am making an effort to think... Cheers P.S.: By the way, I am still calling for Austin vs Sheamus at Mania, if Austin would indeed come back for one more ass whipping. 5:15 vs 3:16. If the Irish love to fight, so does the Rattlesnake and though I understand that Sheamus may not be the biggest name Austin can face, I feel he could be a good candidate for Austin to work with.