Another Big Hint At Judgment Day Split At WWE Money In The Bank 2023

Another Big Hint At Judgment Day Split At WWE Money In The Bank 2023 WWE

At tonight’s WWE premium live event, Money in the Bank 2023, another big hint toward a Judgment Day split.

Despite having just won the Money in the Bank briefcase earlier in the show, Damian Priest has already wielded the power of the briefcase to have an impact on a title match.

With the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line, Seth Rollins was defending the title against Finn Balor, but it would prove to be Damian Priest who would be integral in the final moments.

With Finn and Seth putting on a hard fought and evenly matched bout, the tides turned when Priest came to ringside along with his Money in the Bank briefcase.

Lurking around at ringside, Priest chose to take in the proceedings as the match continued for a short time longer.

The final moments of the match saw Finn Balor go to the top rope to attempt a Coup de Grace on Rollins, but Priest getting out of his chair distracted Balor, allowing time for Rollins to move and land a curb stomp right after to retain his title.

After the match, Balor and Priest had a stand off and argument at ringside. A couple of weeks ago on Raw, it was roles reversed as Balor had distracted Priest and cost him his own shot against Rollins for the title.

The Money in the Bank premium live event kicked off live from London’s O2 arena with the Men’s Money in the Bank ladder match featuring Logan Paul, Damian Priest, LA Knight, Santos Escobar, Shinsuke Nakamura, Butch and Ricochet.

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3 months ago by Amanda Savage



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