The match was originally supposed to feature Baron Corbin, Drew McIntyre, Ricochet, Sami Zayn, Ali, Andrade, Finn Balor, and Randy Orton. However, Zayn was found dangling upside down by his feet in the backstage area earlier in the night, so only seven men participated in the main event.
That was, of course, until Lesnar showed up just when it looked as though Ali was set to unhook the briefcase. The former Universal champion quickly took out the SmackDown Live star before grabbing the briefcase to become “Mr. Money In The Bank” for the first time in his career.
The following night on Raw, Lesnar teased that he could cash in his contract on either Universal champion Seth Rollins or WWE champion Kofi Kingston, but fans on social media were more interested in his unique entrance rather than what Paul Heyman had to say.
Instead of his usual stern face and menacing pose, Lesnar decided to have some fun following his Money In The Bank triumph by holding his ear close to the briefcase and treating it like a boombox.
With this week's hilarious antics in mind, let’s take a look at five occasions when the former UFC fighter proved to the WWE audience that there is a lighter side to his beastly character.
#5 Jamming out to his entrance music
You only need to have scrolled down your Twitter timeline a couple of times after the May 20 episode of Raw to spot somebody tweeting a remix of Brock Lesnar jamming out to the Money In The Bank briefcase.
Fans have become accustomed to seeing “The Beast” and his advocate, Paul Heyman, do the same shtick every time they appear on Raw, with Heyman lauding his client’s accomplishments while Lesnar stands in the middle of the ring and jigs on the spot every so often.
This week, however, he became the talk of the WWE Universe following his amusing entrance, as you can see below: