Within a span of 10 minutes, fans saw the WWE name two new World Heavyweight Champions, but only one left Atlanta's Philips Arena as the sole champion: Sheamus.

On Sunday night's "Survivor Series," Sheamus cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase against then-new champion Roman Reigns, who had defeated Dean Ambrose in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tournament.

Reigns won, then speared Triple H. Sheamus then appeared and hit him with a Brogue Kick, but Reigns kicked out at two. A second Brogue Kick would then secure Sheamus as the new champion.

On "Monday Night Raw," The Authority will celebrate Sheamus's new reign, as Reigns will try to overcome another hurdle for the championship.

Meanwhile, the Undertaker and Kane defeated The Wyatt Family -- Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper -- at "Survivor Series." At "Raw," fans will see what the next step is for Wyatt, either taking on a new opponent or continuing to challenge Undertaker.

WWE Divas Champion Charlotte defeated Paige on Sunday. Hopefully, the WWE will reintroduce another challenger for Charlotte, such as fellow NXT rival Sasha Banks.

Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens and United States Champion Alberto Del Rio lost their respective matches, but each should get an opportunity to take on new challengers as well, as the WWE prepares for their next pay-per-view event, "TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs."

The WWE is also building The Usos and The Lucha Dragons as the next viable No. 1 contenders for The New Day's WWE Tag Team Championship. At "Survivor Series," The Usos and The Lucha Dragons teamed against New Day and won.

Also at "Survivor Series," Tyler Breeze won his first pay-per-view match against Dolph Ziggler. At this point, fans are excited to see what is next for Ziggler, but also for Breeze, an experienced NXT talent who is stil building his record on the main roster.

"WWE Monday Night Raw" airs weekly at 8 p.m. ET on the USA Network. Monday's show will air from Nashville, Tennessee. Fans should expect country music and culture to be featured on the show.