Out of many, two. We are done with Money in the Bank 2020 and that means things are going to start getting interesting. The two Money in the Bank briefcases have been awarded and that means we might be in for something fresh as the title scenes might get a big twist. That’s the point of the ladder matches and this time around, the two winners were certainly interesting.
Money in the Bank has the ability to change the landscape of WWE in the blink of an eye. That being said, there is only so much that can be done with the briefcases when it takes so long to get to the cashing in. You never know when someone is going to cash in, which can make for some great drama. Hopefully that is the case this year, as we have two unique choices.
Asuka and Otis won this year’s Women’s Money in the Bank and Men’s Money in the Bank ladder matches respectively. Asuka won after knocking King Corbin off the ladder, despite the fact that they could have pulled down different briefcases. Otis won after Corbin and AJ Styles fought over the briefcase and pulled it down at the same time. Elias returned and attacked Corbin, causing Styles to drop the briefcase. Otis caught the case, giving him the win.
It was a heck of a spectacle. Check out how the match went down:
Opinion: Asuka is a fine choice, though Otis is the more interesting pick. He has been a great example of someone grabbing the brass ring and running with it as far as he can. I’m not sure I can imagine him keeping the briefcase or using it on a World Title match, but maybe we could be in for another surprise. This went better than I would have expected and that’s always nice to see.
Which winner was the better choice? How do you see the cash-ins going? Let us know in the comments below.
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