During the live stream of Money in the Bank, the Stamford-based federation staged a video in full "Wyatt Family" style, with fans who in fact made the name of the former leader of the WWE stable viral on social media in the night.
In the video, however, there are no faces of any kind, with the federation framing only tombs, abandoned houses, semi-extinguished light bulbs and a walking male figure. Now the doubt of the fans is between Gable Steveson, winner of a gold medal at the last Olympics, who has not yet officially debuted in the WWE rings despite having signed a contract several months ago and Bray Wyatt, who was rumored to be returning some week ago, for changing his Twitter name back to "Wyatt 6".
The doubt about Steveson stems from the fact that WWE has framed a medal hanging in the bush, with fans immediately thinking about the winner of the Olympics who appeared at Wrestlermania in the ring, to blame Chad Gable, but there could be more.
Money in the Bank gave a show
Former SmackDown Women's Champion Ronda Rousey seemingly cited the controversial Montreal Screwjob during her title match at WWE Money in the Bank. Apparently, according to the latest clues arrived online thanks to the usual Sean Ross Sapp of the Fightful site, there would be neither Bray Wyatt nor Gable Steveson behind the mysterious video of the latest PPV of the McMahon-owned company.
The sensational name that emerged from Ross Sapp's updates, on the other hand, would respond to that of the Rated R Superstar who stayed at home to sell the injury caused by his former stable, Judgment Day: Edge. In his speech, Sean Ross Sapp stated: "At WWE Money in the Bank, some strange cartoons aired sequentially, leaving many to speculate as to who it might be.
The countertop looks like it totally leads to Edge. There are several elements that indicate this, especially the crosses that would represent Christian. The Hardy gloves, the Dudley Boyz glasses and other references of this type, very evident, but also well hidden." Following her win, as Rousey was celebrating, the winner of the Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match, Liv Morgan, cashed in her contract.
She then pinned Rousey to win her first title in WWE. Ronda Rousey responded by hugging the new SmackDown Women's Champion, showcasing the mutual respect between the two women. While Rousey and Natalya were bitter enemies prior to the match, it is yet to be seen whether the feud between the two superstars has come to an end.