Brock Lesnar Returns To Win Men’s 2019 Money In The Bank Ladder Match
In a shocking turn of events, Brock Lesnar returned to the WWE to become 2019 Money in the Bank ladder match winner. It was his first-time show-up following Wrestlemania 35 where he created the maximum impact. With this win on last night, now he has his sights set for the Universal Championship. So the reigning champion Seth Rollins must be careful enough.
We want to remind that the men’s division matchup for the Money in the Bank ladder match witnessed a change following this week’s WWE Raw. Braun Strowman had a Falls Count Anywhere match against Sami Zayn with an added stipulation. If Zayn could have won the match then he could replace the monster among men in the opportunistic ladder match. McIntyre and Corbin helped Sami Zayn to win the bout that inserted him into the lineup,
Sami Zayn vs. Ricochet vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Baron Corbin vs. Randy Orton vs. Ali vs. Andrade vs. WWE Intercontinental Champion Finn Balor
However, we knew Braun Strowman would be irate after what transpired on Raw and would come back for vengeance. Triple H tried to bar him from entering the arena but he still did so and later we found Sami Zayn hanging upside down. He must have been the victim of the monster among men and was in no condition to compete in Money in the Bank. So, Brock Lesnar entered the Money in the Bank ladder match as the eighth opponent.
— WWE (@WWE) May 20, 2019
But he did not do so until the end of the match arrived. Drew McIntyre was in control at one point but he ate an RKO from Randy Orton. Baron Corbin arrived from the back and sent Orton into the steel ring post. Ali followed and pushed him from the ring. He started climbing the ladder as the audience cheered him. It was then when Brock Lesnar marched down through the ramp to shock everybody!
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) May 20, 2019
The beast incarnate went right after Ali and knocked him off with the help of a ladder. Moments later, he used another ladder to climb up the top and unhook the briefcase to become 2019 Money in the Bank ladder match winner. This is the first time that he competed and win this type of matchup. We wonder when Brock Lesnar will decide to cash it in to become a champion, again.
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