The authority came out to the arena. The fans totally booed them. They entered the ring as Stephanie McMahon started things off. She said that she expected this kind of reaction from the fans that night, because none of them knew the meaning of the word respect. None of them understood the courage that took to come out there, because none of them understood what it was to be a leader, to stand in the face of all of this adversity and except responsibility for their actions which was exactly why they were out there on that night.

She said that team would have won easily, but they could not because of one man. One man who never stepped in a WWE ring, one man who in one night changed the entire face of WWE history forever, and that man was of course Sting. The fans cheered really loud to hear the name of Sting. She said that because of him the authority was out of power, and because of her father; the chairman and CEO of WWE, only person who could rehire the authority was John Cena. But they stood before them on that night not as losers, but as leaders, as winners, because at the end of the day they still had their corporate responsibilities. They might not have any influence over the lives of the WWE Superstars and Divas but they still have each other. Stephanie McMahon started crying as she could not speak anymore. Triple H hugged her.

Triple H asked the fans if they loved it. The fans cheered in unison. The fans chanted ‘yes.’ Triple H said that these fans were bullies. Triple H told the fans to go ahead and cheer, the authority was out of power, something that they ever wanted. But like he said before be careful for what they wished for. Because he knew the fact there was nobody there that could handle that power. They lived in a world governed by the laws of finance, and commerce, supply and demand, something the fans knew nothing about and in order to ensure that those things that meditates a leader who was willing to do what best for business was. That would make decisions, made what best for business was, certainly not what was popular.

He asked who was going to make those decisions on their behalf now, was it going to be John Cena, was it going to be Dolph Ziggler, or was it Sting. Triple H said that Sting made a big mistake by involving his painted face on their business, it might be a tempt of standing with Triple H on the same ring with thirty seconds to make his career relevant somehow. But whatever it was, it would be a matter, because ironically, his first night in a WWE ring was his last night in a WWE ring because the fans thought the authority might not be in power, what they really did was ensuring the demise of the WWE, when the authority would be in power again, they would make things better. They had a greater responsibility than them. They cheered for team Cena, and stood against the authority because they had that luxury of not knowing what they knew, that the things they did for all of them was seemingly cruel and sadistic or what it took to make the WWE thrive.

Triple H asked who was going to make those decisions now, without the authority there was no John Cena, there was no Dolph Ziggler, there was no Ryback, and without the authority there were no fans. Triple H congratulated the fans, he asked the fans what would they do when the Monday night Raw no longer existed, what would they do. They would just sit back and memorize their old memories of their own personal failures. He wanted the fans to cheer because the authority was going to leave now. He wanted them to mark his words, they would beg for them to come back.

Triple H and Stephanie McMahon attempted to leave the ring. Daniel Bryan’s music hit and the former WWE World Heavyweight champion Daniel Bryan came out to the arena. He came out to the ring doing the ‘yes’ chant with the fans. They went near Triple H and started chanting ‘yes.’ Then he went near to Stephanie McMahon and did the same thing. The fans were going totally wild as they joined Daniel Bryan. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon left the ring, Bryan followed them back again he chanted ‘yes’ on their face to irritate them. He first did it on the face of Triple H and then he did it in front of Stephanie McMahon. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon remained quiet, and swallowed all the embarrassments as they left the arena slowly.