Your mileage may vary with Money In The Bank. Wrestling is a sport that has changed a lot over the decades. If you watch something from the 1950s, the 1970s, the 1990s and the 2010s, everything from the look to the tone to the action itself is almost completely different. Things have changed over time and in some cases, those changes are better than others. You might be a bigger fan of some, but one seems to be sticking around and it will be the case again next month.
Back in 2016, Matt Hardy became broken. In one of the most bizarre character transformations anyone had ever seen, Hardy went from a fairly traditional wrestler to something that words could barely describe. This was the Broken Universe, with Hardy going to war with his brother Jeff in a series of matches that were a mixture of wrestling and short films. They were some of the most bizarre things anyone had ever seen in wrestling, and now they are continuing on a bigger stage.
According to Fightful Select by way of Ringsidenews.com, the cinematic style of filming a match will return for this year’s Money in the Bank ladder matches. There is no word on how much of the matches will be shot in this style, as WWE has used differing levels in recent matches. These matches will already be unique as they will be filmed at the WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut with the briefcases being hung on the roof of the building.
How do you like your cinematic? Check out some of the differing styles:
Opinion: I’m not sure what to think about this, but it’s not like they have many other options when the matches are going to end on the roof of Titan Towers. Those are as unique of a set of stipulations as you are going to find and that could make for a rather interesting match. I’m not sure how well it is going to go, but it is certainly going to be different.
Do you like the sound of the match? How do you see it going? Let us know in the comments below.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books. Get the latest and greatest in professional wrestling news by signing up for our daily email newsletter. Just look below for “GET EXCLUSIVE UPDATES” to sign up. Thank you for reading!