WWE Money In The Bank Results

WWE Money In The Bank Results (5/10): “Climb The Corporate Ladder”

WWE is back with their second pay-per-view of the COVID-19 Era, as they run WWE Money In The Bank tonight from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, with additional cinematic footage being edited in from WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut.

Featured below are complete WWE Money In The Bank results from Sunday, May 10, 2020.


The WWE Money In The Bank Kickoff Show has officially gotten underway (Watch Below). The show opens with a video package and then we shoot to Scott Stanford and Peter Rosenberg in a closed empty studio welcoming us to the show.

MITB Kickoff Show Begins With Scott Stanford & Peter Rosenberg

Rosenberg starts off by wishing his mom a happy Mother’s Day. From there, the two mention Renee Young, Booker T and JBL will chime in with their thoughts later on in the Kickoff Show.

Now, the two begin running down some of the matches scheduled for tonight’s show, starting with the highly-anticipated “Climb the Corporate Ladder” men’s and women’s matches, which Rosenberg talks about being excited to see how they are presented in terms of the “Cinematic” style.

After running down some of the card and sharing their thoughts on the Braun Strowman vs. Bray Wyatt match for the WWE Universal Championship, Stanford and Rosenberg shoot it to a fellow WWE broadcast team member who checks in from the lobby at WWE Headquarters in Stamford, CT. to run down the rules for tonight’s Men’s and Women’s “Climb the Corporate Ladder” Money In The Bank matches.

Renee Young, Booker T & JBL Check-In

Now the two kick it over to the trio of Renee Young, Booker T and JBL, who share their thoughts on the aforementioned MITB Ladder Matches at WWE HQ. Each WWE personality give their take on the matches before shooting it over to Kayla Braxton.

Kayla Braxton Interviews The New Day

Kayla is joined by the SmackDown Tag-Team Champions The New Day — Big E. and Kofi Kingston, who talk about their title defense against Lucha House Party, The Forgotten Sons and the team of The Miz and John Morrison.

Now we’re back in the studio where Scott Stanford and Peter Rosenberg talk more about the Four-Way match for the SmackDown Tag-Team Championships. Stanford predicts a win for The Miz and John Morrison and then kicks it to a WWE 2K Battlegrounds video game commercial. The new game is set for a release in the fall of 2020.

The pre-show hosts are back and now we’re breaking down the SmackDown Women’s Championship showdown between current title-holder Bayley and Tamina. The two talk briefly about the bout before kicking it to a video package that starts off showing a video Tamina released on social media directed at Bayley.

Jeff Hardy vs. Cesaro

We shoot to ringside inside the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, where the announce team of Michael Cole and Corey Graves welcome us to the first match of the evening — Jeff Hardy vs. Cesaro in tonight’s Money In The Bank Kickoff Show.

Hardy makes his way out first, followed by his opponent, Cesaro. The bell sounds and here we go with our first match of the evening.

Early on it’s clear that “The Charismatic Enigma” has some ring-rust issues, as Cesaro jumps off to an early offensive lead. He dominates the smaller, more weathered veteran with a variety of unique offense, including a lot of high-impact strikes mixed in with punishing mat-based wrestling holds.

Hardy goes sailing out to the floor and Cesaro capitalizes. Back in the ring, Cesaro is tearing and scratching at the face-paint of Hardy as he has him in a chin-lock. Cesaro sends Hardy sailing through the ropes and out to the floor again.

Back in the ring, Hardy is finally showing signs of life and is now slowly working towards a comeback. Cesaro keeps cutting it short. Hardy looks for a Twist of Fate, but Cesaro is having none of it, as he avoided and reversed the move.

Now it looks like Cesaro may have tweaked his knee after Hardy landed awkwardly on it as he came flying off the top-rope with his patented “Whisper in the Wind” move. Hardy ends up following up with a Twist of Fate. He covers him, but Cesaro somehow kicks out at two.

Cesaro is fighting back for control of the match, which he gets and he capitalizes by hitting a monstrous gut-wrench power-bomb off the top-rope for a near fall. He looks for The Neutralizer, however Hardy manages to avoid it.

Hardy rolls out to the floor to re-group, however Cesaro goes out after him, charging and crashing into him in the barricade. Cesaro favors his knee, the same one he hurt earlier in the bout, and Hardy takes over.

Jeff Hardy throws Cesaro into the ring steps and his leg takes the brunt of the impact. Hardy runs and in one motion walks across the tight-rope thin top of the ring barricade, and table all the way over to Cesaro, who he leaps and splashes on.

Back in the ring, Hardy hits his Swanton finisher off the top-rope and covers him. 1-2-3. Hardy wins.

Winner: Jeff Hardy

WWE In-House Business

After Hardy’s return victory, we see some advertisements for some WWE charitable efforts and products.

We also see another check-in with the WWE broadcast team member stationed inside WWE Headquarters. She takes the elevator up a few floors and continues to show off the massive building and all that is inside.

An ongoing top-ten moments in WWE Money In The Bank match history countdown that has been airing with three video highlights being shown in each segment, continues with three more entries being shown.

Renee Young, Booker T & JBL Share WWE Headquarters Memories

Now we check back in with the trio of Booker T, Renee Young and JBL, who share their most fond and/or vivid memories of WWE corporate headquarters.

Top-Ten Moments In History Of Money In The Bank

The three transition back into some banter and discussion about the two “Climb the Corporate Ladder” matches. Now we shoot back to the previously mentioned top-ten MITB match moments count down. The fourth, third and second all-time moments were shown, leaving only the final, number one moment to be unveiled.

We return from a brief commercial ad to Scott Stanford and Peter Rosenberg, who mention the top-ten moments count down before unveiling the number one moment — Seth Rollins cashing in his MITB briefcase at WrestleMania to capture the world championship.

Now we’re back with Stanford and Rosenberg, who wrap up the WWE Money In The Bank Kickoff Show by talking about the Drew McIntyre vs. Seth Rollins match tonight for the WWE Championship, and some quick thoughts on a couple additional scheduled bouts. Now it’s pay-per-view time, fans!

Michael Cole & Corey Graves Kick Off PPV Broadcast

We shoot live to the opening video package for tonight’s PPV, which features a cool extended look inside WWE Headquarters, with a voice describing what is scheduled for tonight as we take a visual trip throughout the WWE corporate offices in Stamford, CT.

From there, we shoot live inside the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL., where Michael Cole and Corey Graves formally welcome us to the 2020 WWE Money In The Bank pay-per-view.

SmackDown Tag-Team Championships
The New Day (C) vs. Lucha House Party vs. The Forgotten Sons vs. The Miz & John Morrison

The four tag-teams involved in tonight’s four team SmackDown Tag-Team Championship make their respective ring entrances, with Big E. nearly knocking Graves out of his chair at the commentary desk when throwing his ring gear out to the floor.

The bell sounds and we’re off with our first bout of the evening. Kofi Kingston and Gran Metalik kick things off inside the ring. The pace is slow and methodical until Wesley Blake gets tagged in, followed by Steve Cutler, and now the action is picking up.

Morrison tags in, as does Metalik again. Miz hits a cheap shot on Metalik, providing a much-needed assist at the time for Morrison. Metalik and Morrison are setting up something big on the top-rope. Here we go. The two both end up sailing out to the floor, crashing onto several waiting bodies, as other team members were brawling on the floor outside the ring.

Cutler tags in and he goes after Metalik. Now he’s going to work on the Lucha House Party member. A lot of quick-tags and face-changes of legal men go down, with many double team spots being set up and executed, as the four SmackDown teams continue to set the bar pretty high with this PPV opener.

All teams are brawling at ringside now, and after getting involved one-time-too-many, Jaxson Ryker is ejected from ringside and sent to the back by the match official.

As that happens, the tag champs re-enter the ring. Kingston hits his Trouble in Paradise finisher on Lince Dorado, while Big E. dusts off Gran Metalik with his Big Ending finisher. 1-2-3. The New Day retains the tag-team titles to kick off Money In The Bank.

Winners and STILL SmackDown Tag-Team Champions: The New Day

“Earlier Today” With Lacey Evans

Cole and Graves kick it to a promo from earlier today by Lacey Evans. She, while putting on makeup, talks about her preparations for the “Climb the Corporate Ladder” match this evening, and addresses SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley.

Backstage Interview With Drew McIntyre

We shoot to a live backstage interview where a member of the WWE broadcast team is standing by with the reigning WWE Champion Drew McIntyre.

After wishing all the mom’s out there a Happy Mother’s Day, “The Scottish Psychopath” talks about being a big underdog lately in matches against Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins. He calls it a “Cinderella Story,” and compares it to “David & Goliath.”

He goes on to put over “The Monday Night Messiah” for his accomplishments in WWE and longevity at the top in the company before switching to tonight, where he talks about his intentions on walking out with the WWE Championship the same way he walked in. He promises to close Rollins’ mouth and breaking his jaw. He walks off.

R-Truth vs. Bobby Lashley

The familiar theme music of the former WWE 24/7 Champion R-Truth hits the loud speakers inside the WWE Performance Center as the lights and laser lights start flipping around the empty arena.

The WWE veteran raps his way to the ring, addressing “people over there,” and attempting to get a “What’s Up?!” response from the .. zero fans .. in attendance.

Funny stuff from a funny guy, per usual.

As R-Truth realizes the faded noise of crickets chirping outside the Orlando-based WWE training facility is all he is going to hear in response to his “What’s Up?!” chants, his music dies down.

MVP makes his way out for his return to the ring here at Money In The Bank. He and Truth end up in an argument when Truth tries to teach MVP about “ballin'” and the rules of basketball.

Well, maybe MVP isn’t returning after all.

Instead of a returning Montell Vontavious Porter, the former Bellator MMA Heavyweight contender Bobby Lashley makes his way out to the ring and gets in Truth’s face.

Truth upsets Lashley and this leads to a match. Truth asks Lashley to let him at least get his ring gear off. He gets ready and tries pointing to something to distract Lashley for a sucker-punch, however that doesn’t work.

Lashley ends up dominating Truth in what was essentially a squash match.

Winner: Bobby Lashley

“Earlier Today” With King Corbin

We shoot to a pre-taped promo with “King” Baron Corbin, who promises to capture the Money In The Bank briefcase for the second time.

He says the name “King Money In The Bank,” and sarcastically asks if that has “a nice ring to it.”

Backstage Interview With Bayley & Sasha Banks

We shoot backstage for a live interview with SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley and “The Boss” Sasha Banks.

The former “Boss ‘N’ Hug Connection” talk about this past Friday Night SmackDown and Bayley is asked if she blames Sasha for the loss earlier this week.

Bayley cuts Banks off and claims the two are fine, and have no problems. She walks off. It looks like Banks is going to get something off her chest about Bayley, however instead she walks off as well.

SmackDown Women’s Championship
Bayley (C) vs. Tamina

Now it’s time for our second championship bout of the evening, as the SmackDown Women’s Championship will be on-the-line in our third PPV match of the evening.

Tamina Snuka and the reigning blue-brand champion Bayley, accompanied by Sasha Banks, both make their way out to the ring.

The bell sounds and here we go. Tamina looks like she’s going to do well in this one early on, however despite issues being teased in their interview before the match, “The Boss” provided some big assists during the match that paid off huge for Bayley.

In the end, Bayley rolls through on a Tamina pin attempt, and has both of her shoulders down with all of her weight and Bayley’s on top of her. 1-2-3. Bayley gets the pin fall victory and retains the title.

After the match, Tamina looks pissed, but before she can do anything, Banks runs into the ring and blasts her with a kick in the face. She then hits her with a hard slap that can be audibly heard on the broadcast and the immediate replays that followed.

Banks and Bayley pose and taunt the announcers and head to the back while Tamina remains laid out in the ring.

Winner and STILL SmackDown Women’s Champion: Bayley

Backstage Interview With Seth Rollins

We shoot backstage to Seth Rollins, who talks about Drew McIntyre knowing who he is and what he stands for. He says Drew knows it’s his destiny to win the WWE Championship. He claims to admire the courage Drew has stepping in there knowing his fate is to lose the title to Rollins.

Rollins says he’s going to unburden Drew tonight because he is not the future of the business and WWE is not his company, it’s Rollins’. He says when he beats Drew tonight it’s not only for his good, it’s for the greater good. He says we need him to be our WWE Champion and he needs to be “The Monday Night Messiah.”

With that said, we shoot back to the commentary table where Corey Graves and Michael Cole promote tonight’s premiere of Undertaker: The Last Ride (Chapter 1) – “The Greatest Fear” (Watch Here Now).

WWE Universal Championship
Braun Strowman (C) vs. Bray Wyatt

The video package for tonight’s WWE Universal Championship match between Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt airs. That match is up next.

Wyatt makes his way out first, smiling and waving as his “Fiend” / “Firefly Funhouse” theme plays and the cartoon graphics fill the screen. Out next is the WWE Universal Champion, “The Monster Among Men.”

The bell sounds and here we go. Early on there is a lot of verbal jousting. Strowman wants none of it. He gets physical with his replies, telling Bray “I told you the time for talking is over.”

Every time they lock up, Bray comments out loud about how strong Braun is. Strowman tells him that he tried to tell him he’s not the same young man he remembers from The Wyatt Family days.

Strowman dominating the action early on until Wyatt finally gains the upper-hand. He completely turns the tide, slamming Strowman through the announce table on the floor. Wyatt is showing his vicious, violent side now.

Back in the ring, Bray hits Sister Abigail on Braun and covers him, however the Universal Champion manages to kick out before the count of three. Bray goes for another one, but Braun avoids it and turns the offensive tide back in his favor.

Braun is back in control of the action until out of nowhere, while Wyatt is in the ring, Braun emerges from ringside wearing his old Wyatt Family Sheep Mask. Bray notices this and immediately gets happy.

Bray says, “You know what this means?!” in excitement. Braun enters the ring wearing the Sheep Mask as Bray says, “I found you!” Several moments go by while Strowman simply stands before Bray with his black sheep mask on. Now the Firefly Fun House crew are popping up, with puppets expressing their joy at the return of the black sheep.

Now, out of nowhere, as black-sheep-Braun and Bray embrace, Strowman removes the sheep mask and nails Wyatt with his finisher. 1-2-3. Strowman wins and retains the title. After fthe match he yells to Bray about being his own man.

Winner and STILL WWE Universal Champion: Braun Strowman

WWE Hacker Checks In With Latest “Truth Will Be Heard” Cryptic Video

We get the latest from the WWE Hacker, as the Mystery SmackDown Hacker returns with a new vignette hyping his “The Truth Will Be Heard” message.

This time, the WWE Hacker comments about nobody being safe. We see some computer hacking screens, culminating with one that shows some web coding and a green flashing notice that reads, “Access Granted.”

The video monitors that the WWE Hacker sits in front of in his control center display a number of various WWE Superstars, with the hacker claiming no one is safe and that “The Truth Will Be Heard.” For a potential spoiler on where the WWE Hacker story line is going, click here.

WWE Championship
Drew McIntyre (C) vs. Seth Rollins

The pre-match video package for our WWE Championship showdown between “The Scottish Psychopath” Drew McIntyre and “The Monday Night Messiah” Seth Rollins airs after we see Byron Saxton joining Michael Cole and Corey Graves at the commentary desk.

Rollins makes his epic “Messiah” entrance as he prepares to attempt to achieve his destiny by capturing the WWE title from McIntyre, who makes his way out now, showing off his championship while wearing an ear-to-ear smile as he looks over at Rollins in the ring.

The formal pre-match introductions for this title contest are done and the bell sounds to get this one underway. Early on, Rollins has little-to-no success trying to go toe-to-toe with his stronger opposition. Drew enjoys some offensive success early on, out-powering and throwing around “The Monday Night Messiah” with ease.

Rollins rolls out to the floor to recover a bit, prompting Drew to shout out, “Take your time, I’m loving every minute of this.” He would go on to regret those words just moments later, as Rollins changes up his style to some success, using his speed, quickness, agility and overall veteran-in-ring IQ to take over this match completely.

Seth hits a big dive onto Drew on the floor. Back in the ring, Rollins locks Drew up in a tight submission that McIntyre remained stuck in for a while. Finally, he makes it to the ropes to force a break of the hold. Rollins continues to hold it for an extra five seconds while the ref counts. Saxton questions what damage was already done to Drew before he got out of that.

Rollins hits a flying knee to the dome of Drew. And another flying out to the floor. Now running on top of the announce desk, Rollins hits another one. He keeps shouting to Drew that this is his destiny and that this isn’t about him. He goes for another dive to the floor, however this time Drew had the “Messiah” scouted and moved, leading to Rollins crashing onto and ultimately flying over the announce table.

As Rollins screams out in pain while laying in a mess of cords and monitors behind the announce table, Drew recovers and takes over the match again. Back in the ring, Drew hits a big boot to the grill of Rollins. Drew yells down at Seth laying at his feet to “fight!” And fight he does, as Seth starts to show signs of life, as he starts to fight his way back in the match for the first time since the announce table spot.

Rollins hits a big move on Drew but only gets a one count. He goes up to the top-rope and hits a frog-splash. This time Drew kicks out at two — with force. Rollins goes out of the ring and grabs a chair. He comes back in with it but decides against using it, throwing it to the floor and turnnig and charging at Drew looking for The Stomp, however Drew saw it coming and avoided it.

Rollins takes Drew up to the top-rope looking for a super-plex, however Drew hits a head-butt that knocks Rollins down to the mat. Rollins, in Kurt Angle fashion, hops up and sprints to the top-rope in one motion, yanking Drew and sending him crashing down to the mat with a super-plex. Now he dead-lifts his bigger foe for the Falcon Arrow. He hits it. Both guys are slow to make it to their feet.

When they get to their feet, Rollins charges at Drew looking for The Stomp again, but Drew avoids it and reverses it into a Future Shock DDT. He covers Rollins but only gets two. After the pin attempt, Drew shouts out in frustrating, throwing punches at his own knee, which Rollins softened up earlier in the bout.

Back to the top-rope both guys go . Rollins knocks Drew down into the Tree of Woe. Rollins turns on the top-rope to face the empty crowd, reaching down and yanking on the hurt leg of Drew, which is tied up in the turnbuckle. Drew, without using his hands, uses pure leg strength to send Rollins flying off the top.

Drew comes at Rollins looking for his finisher, but Seth avoids it and blasts Drew with The Stomp. He covers him, 1-2 … McIntyre kicks out. Drew is slow to return to his feet, with Seth waiting on him in the corner. He charges at him for a Stomp, but runs into a Glasgow Kiss and then a Claymore Kick. 1-2-3. Drew McIntyre wins and retains the WWE Championship.

Winner and STILL WWE Champion: Drew McIntyre

Backstage Interview With R-Truth

We shoot backstage where we see R-Truth. He is asked about coming up short tonight against Bobby Lashley after expecting a bout with the returning MVP.

Truth talks as if he’s oblivious, saying MVP lost a lot of weight and continuing to address Lashley as if he were MVP. More comedy-filler material from one of WWE’s reliable veteran performers.

Climb The Corporate Ladder (Men’s & Women’s MITB Matches)

It’s time to find out who is going to “Climb the Corporate Ladder,” as our Men’s and Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Matches are up next from WWE Corporate Headquarters in Stamford, CT.

The video package for tonight’s WWE MITB main events airs, and afterwards, we shoot it over to WWE Headquarters where the participants in the men’s, and then women’s MITB Ladder Matches are introduced one-by-one, with most making a little comment directed towards another competitor in the silent corporate office environment.

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for the 2020 WWE Money In The Bank Ladder Matches, where a big roof-jump stunt is expected to take place as part of this heavily pushed headline attraction. Check out spoiler photos of the WWE MITB roof-jump stunt from the match-taping at WWE Headquarters.

Lacey Evans music plays as she walks into the lobby, next Nia Jax walks into the lobby. AJ Styles states, “that briefcase is mine!” Otis steps out “Oh yeeeaa…” Styles tells Otis he’s a lucky S.O.B. Out next is Carmella and Shayna Baszler. Aleister Black is out, then King Corbin. Next Dana Brooke does a back flip as the women stand shoulder to shoulder in the lobby. They see Asuka standing on a perch above them. Rey Mysterio is out last in the Workout Room.

The bell rings and the match begins. Asuka drops onto all the women. Asuka hits the button for the elevator and dances as the door clothes. The remaining women run for the stairs. Mysterio and Black fight on the equipment. King Corbin picks up a big weight, throwing it for the counter, it hits the mirror, Corbin looks stunned, not moving. Corbin slams Daniel Bryan into a weight bench. Otis picks up a heavy bar, leaving it on Styles who asks Mysterio for help. Mysterio refuses. Mysterio chasing behind everyone, stopping as he hears a toilet flush and we see Brother Love as he states “I love you”.

Mysterio runs for a different way. We see the Women’s Match running up the stairs. Otis and Black fighting as they exit the elevator. Asuka sneaks by, Baszler notices and runs after her. The men and women meet up. Black runs down a hallway. There are ropes in a room, “Yes” kicks as Otis shouts, “Yes” with each kick by Bryan on Corbin. Bryan looks at Otis, and starts kicking him. Clown peaks up over the chair as Bryan runs away. Brooke slaps Jax, then tries to land a strike, Jax picks her up, Brooke says, Im sorry, I’m sorry I’m sorry. Baszler lands elbows on Jax, Jax knocks Baszler out. All the women laid out around the table.

Brooke climbs on the table and removes the briefcase from the hook, hugging it and patting it. We see Stephanie McMahon walk in, Brooke looks up as Stephanie asks her what she’s doing and why she’s hugging the prop. Stephanie explains they are in the MITB Conference Room and they’re destroying the place. Carmella removes a picture of herself from the wall, and slams it over Brooke’s head as she says, “Mella is money” and moonwalks out of the room. Before she can look up, Mella takes a Throat Punch from Lacey Evans. Evans runs off.

Styles asks where Rey is as he heads down a hallway, seeing a picture of Mysterio on a brick wall, Styles says he’s gonna find Rey and hurt him. Doors are locked. Styles turns away and sees Undertaker on the wall, starting to hyperventilate. Styles opens another door and theres a black ominous light and a casket, we see flashes of the Boneyard Match as Styles says “No Way! No Way!” Black shuts the door as Styles shouts, “Noooo!” We see Brock Lesnar’s manager Paul Heyman eating a big sandwich and lots of other food. Suddenly they all meet up in the same room, pointing at each other. “Ladies and Gentleman, my name is Paul Heyman!” Otis starts shaking, then shouts, “food fight!!” Everyone looks stunned as there’s rice all over Heyman. Everyone throws food.

Baszler gets Mysterio into a Headlock. Jax and Otis Sandwich Splash Mysterio. Black and Bryan are fighting in a corner. Carmella and Brooke are fighting, accidentally bumping into Jax who Choke-slams Brooke, then Power Bombs Carmella through a table. Otis and Jax look at each other, shaking their heads and walking away. Otis walks into the cafeteria, finding pie. “People Power” John Laurinaitis states to Otis with a smile, Otis slams the pie in his face before running off. We see someone cleaning the floors, Asuka shouts something to the cleaner, grabbing his mop and throwing it Baszler. Brooke slides and falls, hitting her head. Asuka continues running. Jax knocks down Evans and runs past her.

We then see Bryan and Styles as they end up in Vince McMahon’s office! Vince’s entrance music played. We then see dinosaur bones in Vince’s office, guess that was true! McMahon yells, “OUT!”. As Bryan and Styles quickly exit, McMahon puts on hand sanitizer and then went back to doing whatever he was doing. Corbin tells Styles he’s going to the roof.

We switch to the ring on the roof where Jax and Evans are going at it. Jax puts the ladder up. Asuka takes advantage and goes after the briefcase. Asuka is able to knock both Jax and Evans off the ladder. Asuka climbed to the top of the ladder just as King Corbin arrived. Asuka knocked Corbin off the ladder and then pulled down the white briefcase to win the women’s match. Asuka celebrates.

Winner of WOMEN’S Climb The Corporate Ladder MITB Briefcase: Asuka

Otis tries to climb the ladder, and like the ladder in the Performance Center, the rung breaks.

Corbin shoves the ladder into Otis’s gut. Otis hits Corbin with the Caterpillar. Black and Mysterio are seen fighting on the ladder until Styles shows up. Corbin throws Mysterio off the side of the building, then throws Black off the side of the building.

Meanwhile, Styles and Bryan climb the ladder until Corbin and Otis stop them. Styles strikes Otis with a Phenomenal Forearm. Styles makes his way to the same rung as Corbin.

Both men unhook the briefcase together, both have possession. Out of nowhere, Elias hits Corbin with a guitar!

The briefcase FALLS into Otis’s hands!! Otis is Mr. Money In The Bank for 2020!

Winner of MEN’S Climb The Corporate Ladder MITB Briefcase: Otis

After the Match

Otis shouts, “I did it Mandy!”

Michael Cole plugs Undertaker: The Last Ride (Chapter 1) – ‘The Greatest Fear’ up next and that does it for WWE Money In The Bank 2020.

That’s all for MITB 2020!!

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