4 biggest things WWE secretly told us at Money in the Bank 2019
Expect the unexpected. These were Ricochet's wordings when he was asked about his chances of winning this year's Men's Money in the Bank Ladder match.
Granted that every single match was appropriately placed, Brock Lesnar's shocking victory to end the night has divided the internet wrestling community.
The Beast Incarnate's star-power integrated with an unpredictable finish could get the mainstream world talking, but after what all those seven competitors gave us, the former Universal Champion stealing the spotlight does leave a sour taste in everyone's mouth.
Nonetheless, WWE did put their best foot forward in delivering an entertaining show, with Seth Rollins vs. AJ Styles' Universal Championship match gravitating tremendous acknowledgement from all over the globe.
Moreover, Becky Lynch's promise of walking out of the XL Center with both the Raw and SmackDown Women's Championship fell apart, as a determined Ms. Money in the Bank Bayley pulled off the unthinkable and walked away with the SmackDown Women's Championship.
With Vince McMahon's billion dollar company heading to Saudi Arabia this June for WWE Super Show-Down, will Brock Lesnar's surprising return play a decisive factor in altering the complexion of Monday Night Raw?
Regardless of what transpired, there are many things WWE vicariously told us through some of their segments and matches tonight. What were they? Let's find out.
Here are the 5 biggest things WWE secretly told us at Money in the Bank 2019.
#1 Brock Lesnar will cash-in his opportunity to face Seth Rollins at WWE Super-Show Down
Alike legions of you, I'm also utterly disappointed at what transpired towards the end of the Men's Money in the Bank Ladder match tonight.
When you have the likes of Ali, Finn Balor, Drew McIntyre, Ricochet, and Andrade in one match, you would expect nothing short than an edge-of-a-seat thriller.
Although all seven competitors in the ring gave everything to bring the house down, Brock Lesnar's surprising intervention at the end of the bout made everything in the ring look senseless.
The Beast Incarnate is now Mr. Money in the Bank and with WWE's Super Show-Down just around the horizon, Lesnar's return could play a decisive factor in deciding Seth Rollins' fate as the Universal Champion.
There's a genuine possibility Vince McMahon would use this stunning yet disappointing victory by booking Brock to cash-in his opportunity for the Universal Championship.