Favorites Edit

WWE News: Superstar pokes fun at Ali and Brock Lesnar's MITB win

1.40K   //    28 Jun 2019, 09:10 IST

Lesnar won the MITB briefcase in controversial fashion
Lesnar won the MITB briefcase in controversial fashion

What's the story?

WWE SmackDown Live Superstar Xavier Woods recently posted a hilarious edited video on his official Instagram handle, reflecting back on Ali doing all the hard work and Lesnar winning the Money In The Bank contract in the end.

The video chronicles Ali's amazing performance in the MITB match and Lesnar's shocking win at the end, with Avril Lavigne's "My Happy Ending" playing in the background.

In case you didn't know...

Last month's Money In The Bank PPV ended up shocking the WWE Universe to no end. It began when Bayley won the MITB briefcase and cashed it in on Charlotte Flair to win the SmackDown Live Women's Title.

The main event of the night saw a seven of WWE's top Superstars putting it all on the line in the Men's Money In The Bank Ladder match, with Finn Balor and Ali stealing the show with their incredible display of athleticism.

The closing moments of the match saw Ali on the verge of unhooking the briefcase and winning the contract, but The Beast had other plans in mind.

Lesnar came out, sprinting towards the ring, and made short work of the former 205 Live Superstar. In a matter of seconds, Lesnar was Mr. Money In The Bank.

The heart of the matter

Around a month has passed since Lesnar won the briefcase. Xavier Woods edited a highlight video of the match to showcase Ali's performance, and added the hit single "My Happy Ending" in the background.

Here's the video, with Ali's response in the comments:


View this post on Instagram

I felt the need to make this today.

A post shared by Austin Creed (@xavierwoodsphd) on

What's next?

Although Ali came up short again, it's no secret that he is one of the most talented performers in WWE at the moment, and is bound to get another chance at glory somewhere down the line.

Do you see Ali getting a main event run in the near future?