The Money In The Bank PPV ended with a somewhat sour taste in the mouth as Brock Lesnar entered as the 8th contestant of the Money In The Bank Ladder Match right at the end of the match.
Lesnar simply came, ran towards the ring and threw Ali off the ladder to unhook the Money in the Bank contract and grab it. As a result, Lesnar is now guaranteed a shot at a major title at any time and at any place.
Right now, most people are expecting him to cash in his contract against Seth Rollins for the WWE Universal Championship. And it is only logical to think that. After all, Seth Rollins used dark means to take the Universal Title off Lesnar and the Beast could easily come back for revenge.
However, it might not be the case as Lesnar could shock everyone and cash in the contract against Kofi Kingston for the WWE Championship. And here are 5 reasons why…
The match between Seth Rollins and AJ Styles had been one of the most anticipated encounters in the WWE. Ever since the Phenomenal One was drafted to the red brand, fans were expecting the pair to clash against each other somewhere down the line.
They didn’t have to wait long as Styles clashed against Rollins at Money in the Bank in an encounter in which the latter prevailed. After the match, Styles, who left the ring, rushed back inside the squared circle in what felt like an incoming heel turn with Styles going full gung-ho on Rollins.
However, in the end, Styles extended his arm out for a handshake and Rollins, after a bit of hesitation, reciprocated the sentiment by shaking the Phenomenal One’s hand.
It might have felt like the end of the feud but the way AJ Styles ran back to the ring suggested that he might have attacked the Beast Slayer if he didn’t turn around in time.
Also, there is a lot of potential left in this bout, which is why there is more to come from this front and adding Lesnar to it won’t make much sense.