Austin Theory is undoubtedly one of WWE’s surprises of the year, winning first the US title and then the Money in the Bank briefcase, becoming the youngest owner in WWE history. In his famous podcast, former WWE manager Jim Cornette also examined the difficult moment of Theory, explaining how with the advent of Triple H at the top of the Stanford federation, the Mr.
Money in the Bank has undergone a huge downsizing, due precisely to the fact of being the protégé of the now former WWE boss Vince McMahon. With the farewell of the Chairman, however, many have wondered if Mr.
A-Town has lost the opportunity to cash in the briefcase, even losing the briefcase in a match with the same briefcase up for grabs or by failing to cash out.
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But these changes don't seem to bother Mr.
A-Town too much. In a recent interview with Bleacher Report, Austin Theory discussed the possibility of cashing in on a WWE live show. Mr. Money in the Bank said he sees a possibility in that, becoming the first ever to do such a thing: “I mean, anything can happen in WWE.
It has been said several times. Who knows? Why shouldn't that happen? Eventually I'll have to cash out, right? Someone will have to do it and why not me, someone who makes the news, who gets these results. The youngest champion in the United States, the youngest Mr.
Money in the Bank and the man who could cash in the briefcase in a live event. Who knows?" Austin Theory still has time to cash in the briefcase but at the moment Mr. A-Town is engaged in a feud with Johnny "wrestling" Gargano and Kevin Owens, waiting to take advantage of a more unique than rare opportunity to cash in the briefcase and win.
the WWE Undisputed Universal Title. Austin Theory has credited veterans Finn Balor and Dolph Ziggler with aiding him in his improvement as a WWE Superstar. The young star named the likes of Finn Balor and Dolph Ziggler as his most influential colleagues.
"I was doing a lot of house shows with Finn Balor. He's somebody that helped me improve a lot. It's like, each person I get a different learning experience from. With Dolph (Ziggler) I really learned getting the crowd and just taking your time."
he said. The second saw him team up with The Miz and Seth Rollins in a losing effort against Dolph Ziggler, Bobby Lashley, and Kevin Owens.