This year’s annual WWE Money in the Bank event was taped several weeks ago, and exciting details are beginning to spill. Specifically, details concerning a major stunt for the upcoming pay-per-view show.
According to reports, the matches will take place atop WWE headquarters and will feature a large fall. Becky Lynch revealed quietly during a recent interview with TV Insider, that none other than WWE CEO Vince McMahon showed the wrestling stars how to perform the feat. “Vince is such a larger-than-life character.” She said, adding, “At the same time, I watched him the other day demonstrate falling off a tower at 74-years-old without a bother, brushing his shoulders off and standing up again.”
The Money in the Bank event will be somewhat different this year, owing to the impact of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The matches will begin at the bottom floor of Titan Towers in Stamford, Connecticut, with the briefcases kept on the rooftop above a ring. This year, the men’s and women’s ladder matches — the latter of which was added to the annual even in 2017 — will take place simultaneously.
WWE Money in the Bank 2020 airs on the WWE Network Sunday, May 10 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.
(via Ringside News)
Vinch McMahon demonstrated a big stunt for WWE's upcoming Money in the Bank event on pay-per-view.