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Best Moments of 2019 Money In the Bank

Updated on January 22, 2020
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The 2019 Money in the Bank PPV had a lot of interesting events, we saw a pretty average Steel Cage Match, had a fun filled Men’s Money in the Bank match until we saw Brock Lesnar enter the match at the very last minute to become Mr. Money in the Bank for the first time ever. It was one of the most disappointing finishes to a PPV in a while, until we had the Hell in a Cell PPV. Some thought this was a great finish but I did not like it at all. Ok let’s not talk anymore about the disappointing moments and talk about the best moments of the Event.

Ms. Money In The Bank

The Women’s Money In The Bank was one of the best matches of the night. There were so many cool moments, Starting from Naomi with that split to dodge being decimated by the ladder. Everything was so cool. It was great to see the women getting so much screen time and was given all the freedom to do what they wanted to do. There were so many times when every woman had a chance to grab the briefcase. Mandy Rose almost won the match on a couple different occasions; Carmella almost became 3-time Ms. Money in the Bank.

The best moment in this match besides the finish was Ember Moon hitting a picture perfect Eclipse from the top of a ladder on the outside to Natalya who was in the middle of the ring. That was nearing the finish of the match and that move took out both Natalya and Ember. Everyone was down and so Sonya Deville carried her friend Mandy Rose on her shoulders and climbed the ladder to grab the briefcase. Right when it looked like Mandy was going to win it but then came in Bayley from out of nowhere, pushed both Deville and Rose, to become Ms. Money in the Bank.

"Naomi Ducks and splits to dodge being crushed"


"An Eclipse from the Ladder"


"Ms. Money in the Bank"


First Time Ever

There were a couple of events/ two moments that possessed the tag line ‘for the first time ever’. Rey Mysterio has been in the WWE for almost 2 decades and has never won the United States Championship, and finally at Money In The Bank 2019 he defeated Samoa Joe to become United States Champion. Mysterio on winning so also became the 21st Grand slam Champion.


Another First time ever was the match between two of the best wrestlers in the world, Seth Rollins and AJ Styles wrestled each other for the Universal Championship. AJ styles put on a great fight and on several occasions almost won the match. These two all though had never faced each other they have studied each other very well. Both had counters for each other’s moves. Rollins had a great counter for the Phenomenal Fore-arm, whilst AJ Styles had a Phenomenal counter for the Curb-stomp into the Styles Clash. But all that effort from Styles was in vain as at the end Rollins hit the Curb-stomp for the victory.

"Phenomenal Fore-arm reversed"


"Stomp into a Styles Clash"


Ms. Money in the Bank to SmackDown Women’s Champion

Becky Lynch became Becky Two-belts at WrestleMania and she sad that she will defend both the Women’s titles at Money In The Bank, Becky managed to defeat Lacey Evans but was unable to defeat Charlotte for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Lacey Evans played a little part in Charlotte winning the title. In frustration the Evans caused her the title, Lynch ambushed Evans and wanted to beat the living hell out of her but then Charlotte came to the aid of Evans.

The Odds were not looking good for Becky; it was two against one. When it looked like Becky was going to be destroyed, who should come for the rescue? It was none other than Ms. Money in the Bank, Bayley. She helped Becky take out Evans and Charlotte. And not too far from that point it was only Bayley standing tall with Charlotte down and out. Bayley made full use of this opportunity and cashed-in her Money in the Bank Contract and became the new SmackDown Women’s champion.


That is all the best moments of the Money In The Bank Pay-Per-View. There were some odd moments but overall a good show. I will catch you all soon with the Best Moments of the biggest party of the summer, SummerSlam.

© 2020 Jayakrishna Dasappan


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