Oh my gosh. It was amazing. It was the first time, in my recollection, that a women's storyline really captivated the audience and had so much time built into the story. By the time we got to WrestleMania, people couldn't wait to see this match. I couldn't wait to be a part of it, obviously; it was my first WrestleMania. It was something that I dreamed of for the past seven years of my road, and since I was a little girl being a fan of it. I can't explain the emotion I was feeling at that moment, except that it was absolutely incredible. I remember points of that match, and a lot of aspects of it, but I just remember being so lost in the moment, with all the people, and my character, and just how incredible it all was. It was definitely surreal. I don't think there's been a female storyline since then that's really had that same momentum behind it. The closest thing to it might have been the development of AJ's character. Though that's not really a storyline. Because of her personality, it's done really well. Let's face it, with the crazy girl, people love to love us, or hate us, at the same time. But I'm very honored to have had that. It really set the stage of who I've strived to maintain to be, and who I was, moving forward out of that storyline. To be able to move forward and face Lita on her way out, and then Trish's last match at Madison Square Garden. It really set the pace for me, and set my bar. It was up to me to keep raising that bar. I couldn't have asked for a better intro, that's for sure.