WWE Releases Unseen Footage From Damian Priest WrestleMania 40 Cash-In

WWE Releases Unseen Footage From Damian Priest WrestleMania 40 Cash-In WWE

WWE has released some unseen footage from new World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest’s WrestleMania 40 cash-in.

At WWE WrestleMania 40 Night Two, Damian Priest finally cashed in his Money In The Bank contract to defeat Drew McIntyre to win the World Heavyweight Championship.

Following his victory, Priest celebrated his title win with The Judgment Day’s Rhea Ripley, Finn Balor, Dominik Mysterio and JD McDonagh on the WrestleMania stage.

On April 12, WWE released unseen footage of Damian Priest ahead of and after his WrestleMania 40 moment.

In the video, Priest is seen arriving at Lincoln Financial Stadium and reflecting on his loss of the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania 40 Night One.

Priest also reflected on why Mania was the perfect opportunity for him to finally cash in his contract after winning the briefcase in July 2023.

The video also shows the live reaction of The Judgment Day backstage watching Priest become World Heavyweight Champion.

Following his title win, Priest is shown celebrating backstage with The Judgment Day and some family members, including his father and brother. He also reflects on The Judgment Day family and his bond with them.

WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker took some time out to congratulate Damian Priest on his title victory as well.

Damian Priest is set to make his first defense of the World Heavyweight Championship when he faces new number one contender Jey Uso.

Priest has also slammed Drew McIntyre for “whining and complaining” following his World Heavyweight Title loss, which you can read at this link.

You can check out the backstage footage of Priest’s cash-in down below.

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