- The road to accept money in the bank begins. Who spent the week with their breeze rising?
- Will Drew McIntyre’s WWE title reign be summarized?
Changed 14 Apr 2020, 18:55 IST
The WrestleMania The hangover has now officially passed (and what a weird hangover this year was), with the Red brand spending the last night looking at its immediate future, embarking on the Money in the Bank.
WWE continues to brush its teeth and from the epidemic, and it did a pretty good job last night. Who got the maximum and least of this version? Find out.
Winner: Draw McIntyre
Unlike unexpected involvement in the Big Show last week that I didn’t know what to do, this week, Drew McIntyre was a champion that you want to chase like, tapping into his real-life wilderness journey to reach this place, which is a related story.
WWE then brought Andrew a beautiful touch – to remind us of our first NXT Takeover: Wargames, where the current US Champion won the NXT title against the current WWE Champion.
McIntyre would have won, but he already had a near-term rivalry – and this is not the match. His night would not end.
Asuka quickly returns to winning the women’s tag team title at WrestleMania. For the first time, she’ll be at Women’s Money in a Bank ladder match, which will be fun to watch. What was curious here was that Kerry sighs Was not with him – or Asuka Kerry was not with Sean in his own match the night after.
Could the Kabuki Warriors be a thing of the past?
There was little or no left in the women’s tag team division, which could be very good for the ailing, though he is less likely to win the match. Still, it would be more interesting to him.
Published April 14, 2020, 18:30 IST