The WWE's biggest and brightest stars are at AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys, for WrestleMania 38.
Saturday's action in Arlington, Texas, included everything from title matches to "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's return ... and Logan Paul.
Naturally, Paul turned heads before the fight even began. His hobby of collecting Pokémon has been well-documented, and it rose to center stage after his exhibition match with Floyd Mayweather.
Paul walked with his partner to the ring wearing the world's most expensive Pokémon card and caught the eye of Guinness World Records.
Paul's performance in the ring included mocking Rey Mysterio with a frog splash -- one of the WWE legend's signature moves.
The Miz and Paul came out on top against the Mysterios, but what happened at the end of the match might have put a damper on the victory.
Stone Cold's homecoming
Stone Cold's return to the ring had an ATV, steel chair, multiple fermented beverages and much more.
After nearly 15 minutes, Austin hit Kevin Owens with a stunner that had the internet talking.
Hell of a way to end night 1! pic.twitter.com/DSVE4V5kNG— Renee Paquette (@ReneePaquette) April 3, 2022
45 ICE COLD BEEEERSSSS WHATTTT— Tone Digs (@ToneDigz) April 3, 2022
KO 3:16 👏🏻— MATT HARDY (@MATTHARDYBRAND) April 3, 2022
@steveaustinBSR 🔥🔥🔥— Samuray Del Sol® "Manny $" (@gloat) April 3, 2022
Hell yea 🗣 #WrestleMania38— Darius Butler (@DariusJButler) April 3, 2022
Gable Steveson's guest appearance
Last year, Olympic gold medalist and University of Minnesota wrestler Gable Steveson signed an name, image and likeness (NIL) deal with the WWE.
"I've been on WWE since I was really young," Steveson said in 2021. "... It's crazy how long I've been following them, and now I've reached that point where I'm going to be walking out in front of WrestleManias and SummerSlams."
This year, Stephanie McMahon introduced Steveson to the WWE Universe. He retired from amateur wrestling last month in order to pursue a professional wrestling career with the organization.
Bianca Belair brings the band
Bianca Belair marched to the beat of Texas Southern's band in a rather memorable entrance.
This appearance for TSU comes just weeks after its mascot had a dance-off with the Kansas Jayhawks' mascot.