Fans Reacts to the Shocking Ending to Women’s Money in the Bank Ladders Match

Published 07/18/2021, 11:23 PM EDT


In a surprising turn of events, WWE superstar Nikki A.S.H. won the Women’s Money in the Bank ladder match, and the internet just couldn’t keep its calm.

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The Money in the Bank pay-per-view kicked off with the Women’s Money in the Bank match where seven women battled it out, and the live audience got to see the dark powers of Alexa Bliss while she lowered the briefcase on her command.

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The closing moments of the match had all the six divas fighting it out with three ladders put in the middle of the ring.

It was Nikki who made a swift trip to the top of the ladder and unhooked the briefcase while all the other ladies were busy hitting each other. All that time, Alexa Bliss was buried under a pile of ladders.

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The WWE Universe did not see it coming at all. Nikki was not considered a winning contender heading into the ladder match.

Nikki can now cash in the briefcase anytime, anywhere for a championship match against the opponent of her liking in the next year.

The winner of the Women’s MITB ladder match was a disappointment for the returning live crowd. Mandy Rose was a fan favorite heading into the match because of how she earned her spot for the ladder match.

Many fans think this is a long-term decision by the creative team to make Nikki A.S.H. relevant again. They could have her not cash in for a long time and give her character a bit more solid approach.

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Nikki A.S.H (Almost superhero) recently debuted her new superhero gimmick on an episode of Raw. The WWE creative team looks excited about her character after her latest win.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports. Eventually, Prithvi decided to write for his passion and first love- pro wrestling.

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