WWE Money in the Bank finished with Dean Ambrose taking advantage of Seth Rollins, who had quite recently crushed Roman Reigns, to wind up the new World Heavyweight Champion, topping off a fabulous pay-per-view that likewise included AJ Styles vanquishing John Cena with the assistance of The Club.
The epic closure of Money in the Bank ought to get WWE back on track after a noteworthy evaluations droop, yet will it?
A week ago’s release of Monday Night Raw earned the show’s most recent rating subsequent to 1997 regardless of stellar form to the fantasy match amongst Cena and Styles, a brief “get-together” of The Shield and keep going stride making progress toward a stacked Money in the Bank match.
It makes you think about whether WWE’s appraisals will keep on slumping paying little heed to the booking or if enhanced storylines can, truth be told, turn things around. That, obviously, depends to a great extent upon what happened at Money in the Bank and regardless of whether it will get fans more intrigued by things going ahead.
In this way, how about we investigate the greatest new storylines leaving Money in the Bank and analyze the effect they’ll have on WWE in the quick future.
Natalya vs. Becky Lynch
Natalya turned on Becky Lynch after they lost to Charlotte and Dana Brooke, basically ensuring that the two will fight in the coming weeks and maybe months.