The 2020 men’s Money in the Bank ladder match winner, Otis, has recalled his reaction to finding out he was winning the contract.
Speaking with Sports Illustrated, the Heavy Machinery member not only spoke about winning the match, but also his plans for the future now he has a guaranteed title shot.
“I found out and was like, ‘What?’ When the briefcase got into my hands, that’s when it felt real. I remember watching the first ‘Money in the Bank’ match at WrestleMania, and it blows my mind that I woke up right next to it this morning.”
On doubts as to whether he can be a top level star and not just a comedy act, he added:
“I’ve heard I’m just a big man comedy wrestler. I’ll admit it, I’m always the loud one in the room. But when it’s time for business, it’s time for business. Can I be in the main event? Let’s do it. If I sink, then that’s on me. I love wrestling, and I’m going to show people that I can do it.”
He did also give a little tease as to his plans with the contract going forward, saying:
“You never know when I’m going to cash-in, but I’m not one to wait. I think it’s going to be sooner than later.”
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