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WWE celebrated a new premium live show tonight, Money in the Bank, from the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario. The show truly had some huge spots and surprises prepared for fans as Drew McIntyre won the men’s Money in the Bank only to attempt a failed cash-in that helped Damian Priest retain the title. While ‘Tiffy Time’ finally got a major push by winning the women’s Money in the Bank.

However, it was the main event that had all eyes glued to the TV screens as Cody Rhodes, Randy Orton, and Kevin Owens went head-to-head against the New Bloodline 2.0. The match surely had immense capability and hype behind it, and it surely lived up to the hype thanks to the amazing and explosive in-ring debut of Jacob Fatu. However, it was a major botch that became the talk of the town in the end, taking all the attention away from the Samoan Werewolf’s performance.

Towards the end of the match, which was won by the Bloodline, there was a barrage of moves with triple cross Rhodes, RKO, Samoan Spikes, as well as flatliners. However, it was a simple move that stole the show for the wrong reasons. As Kevin tried to execute a Stunner on Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa stopped him with a low blow. Or attempted low blows, as he failed to connect with a low blow twice before getting to hit Owens’ crotch in the third. Something that left the WWE Universe laughing at the main event.

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Tanga Loa’s botch leaves the fans laughing

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As soon as the move hit, the WWE knew that Loa had messed up big time, and fans were surely going to mock it. That’s why they cut the failed attempts in the final montage of the match after the Bloodline victory. But like they say, nothing can be completely removed from the digital space in the 21st century. And that is what happened as fans got together to laugh at the comedic botch on social media.

 

 

 

Some people were quick to call out Loa’s consistency when it comes to botching moves. Something that he has suffered from since his early run as Camacho back in 2011 and even during his run in NJPW.

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This moment surely took away the praise that the matchup could’ve received. And that can hinder Solo Sikoa’s attempt at looking like a serious Tribal Chief, as he is far from filling the shoes of Roman Reigns yet. As for Jacob Fatu, he surely shined in the matchup and could be the only saving grace of this sinking Main Event of the Night. What did you think of the botch? Did you notice it live? Let us know in the comments.