Thanks Baron Corbin.
Seth Rollins walked into Monday Night Raw with his head on a swivel. On Friday, Paul Heyman announced that Brock Lesnar would cash-in his Money in the Bank briefcase on Monday night.
Looking to confront The Beast head on, Rollins came out to the ring and dared Lesnar to cash-in on his terms. Lesnar’s music played but he did not come out. Corbin’s music did play, and the number one contender to the Universal Championship came out and brawled with Rollins.
Corbin capitalized on yet another Lesnar music fake out and wiped out Rollins with an End of Days.
Then Lesnar marched to the ring just to beat the brakes off Rollins. Kick to the nuts, multiple chair shots, plenty of German Suplexes and an F-5 outside of the ring were just a sample of what Lesnar did to Rollins.
About halfway through Lesnar’s attack, Heyman insisted that his client cash-in, but The Beast just responded with the word ‘Friday’.
.@BrockLesnar isn't concerned with cashing in his #MITB contract. #TheBeast just wants to HURT #UniversalChampion @WWERollins! #RAW @HeymanHustle— WWE (@WWE) June 4, 2019
You can look at this in two ways, maybe Lesnar is just proving the point that he can take out Rollins anytime he wants or maybe he’s just a huge idiot.
After teasing a Brock Lesnar cash-in all weekend, The Beast in the Bank simply didn’t do it. Will Lesnar actually cash-in this Friday at Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia?
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