For the first time ever, WWE held their Money in the Bank pay-per-view at their headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut.
Titan Towers was the setting and superstars had to battle their way to the roof in order to get in the ring and climb the ladder to claim the elusive briefcase.
AJ Styles and Aleister Black had gone back and forth on RAW talking about throwing each other off the roof, so right there and then we should have known someone was going over the top on Sunday.
Becky Lynch also said in an interview Vince McMahon himself – who is 74 – was demonstrating how to take the bump from the roof to superstars prior to Money in the Bank’s taping! Unreal stuff.
Well, not just one, but two superstars were indeed sent over the roof and both came at the hands of King Corbin.
Aleister Black and Rey Mysterio were both sent over the top in a move that can only be described as attempted murder by Corbin!
Take a look at both throws below:
Of course, WWE used camera angles to make it look like it remotely happened. If we have to explain that they didn’t really chuck them from the roof, then you should do some research.
Still, it was a cool stunt that WWE tried to pull off and it has led to questions about the future of both men.
Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin has heard rumours that Mysterio may be done with WWE and this is a way to write him off TV.
Black may be taking some time off, but WWE have pushed him as one of their top stars on Monday nights since the conronavirus pandemic really took ahold. It would be a surprise for them to keep him off TV any longer than they really need to.
In a shock upset, Otis would win the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match and Asuka would win the women’s. For the full results, click HERE.