WWE Money In The Bank: Braun Strowman Outsmarts Bray Wyatt, Drew McIntyre Retains

Bray Wyatt decided to take on Braun Strowman at Money in the Bank without The Fiend since Wyatt was on a mission to show his alter ego that he could recruit his former Wyatt Family member. Bray Wyatt was on top of “The Black Sheep” before Strowman emerged wearing his old mask and convinced Wyatt that he was the man that he once knew.

Wyatt fell for it and believed that Strowman was re-joining him, but that wasn’t the case since The Monster Among Men took off the mask and delivered a running powerslam to his former leader. After the match, there was another flash of The Fiend, which made it clear that he wasn’t going to be happy about Wyatt’s loss.

It’s thought that The Fiend could now go after Braun instead since Wyatt was unable to take back the Universal Championship, so he could decide to do the job himself.

Drew McIntyre defended his WWE Championship against Seth Rollins in Orlando, Florida at Money in the Bank and the match allowed The Monday Night Messiah to debut a new theme song, which showed that he has truly evolved into his new character.

It was the match that the WWE Universe expected since this was a heavy-hitting affair between the former Universal Champion and the current WWE Champion. At one point Rollins was able to land the Curb Stomp but it wasn’t enough to keep the Scottish star down, but a Claymore was enough of an exclamation point to prove that McIntyre is worthy of his place at the top of the mountain.

Following the match, Drew McIntyre held out his hand to Rollins and The Messiah shook his hand. It’s unknown if this is the end of the line for Rollins and McIntyre or if this feud will be pushed forward into Backlash next month.