While the world is focused on COVID19 and all other sporting activities is on hold, the WWE Money in the Bank 2020 became the second major event of the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) to take place on Sunday without spectators at Stamford, Connecticut in Florida.
Asuka was the women’s Money in the Bank ladder match winner, while Otis prevailed on the men’s side. Elsewhere on the card, the champions all retained. Braun Strowman and Drew McIntyre continue to lead SmackDown and Raw, respectively, and Bayley’s supremacy over the SmackDown women’s division continues.
Otis seized the moment to win the most unique Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match ever, and he did it all without even scaling a ladder.
The Empress of Tomorrow is now Ms. Money in the Bank of the present as Asuka ascended to the top of WWE Corporate Headquarters to win the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
Drew McIntyre and Seth Rollins went to war, but even The Monday Night Messiah’s A-game wasn’t enough to dethrone the WWE Champion, and The Scottish Terminator prevailed after a back-and-forth classic.
The former Black Sheep of the Wyatt Family defeated the man who was once his shepherd, as Braun Strowman gave Bray Wyatt a dose of his own psychological medicine to retain the Universal Championship.
Thanks to Sasha Banks, Bayley has the blueprint for a lengthy SmackDown Women’s Championship reign, as The Legit Boss proved instrumental in Bayley’s successful title defence against Tamina at WWE Money in the Bank.
The self-proclaimed Role Model chose to poke the bear immediately, smacking Tamina in the face and shoving her while talking trash. The bluster quickly disappeared when Tamina asserted her physical dominance, at least until Bayley smashed her foe’s leg around the ring post. The champion continued her targeted assault, locking in a vicious knee bar after countering a superkick.