WWE Star Praised By Officials After Money In The Bank Performance

WWE Star Praised By Officials After Money In The Bank Performance WWE

A WWE star earned high praise for their performance in Toronto at Money in the Bank, not only inside the ring but outside of it as well.

According to a new report, several within WWE extended praise over the weekend for Chelsea Green.

At the end of the women’s Money in the Bank ladder match, Green took a memorable bump – being shoved off the ladders through tables set up at ringside – and was said to have been happy to do it according to Fightful Select.

Green notably “treated it like no big deal,” and WWE was pleased with not only how well it unfolded but also the safety of her execution.

Fans may recall two years ago, or seen going around on social media after the spot at Money in the Bank, Green took a similar bump during a Queen of the Mountain match in IMPACT Wrestling – that instance being alongside Deonna Purrazzo.

The report also noted that it wasn’t only Chelsea Green’s in-ring work during the Money in the Bank ladder match that garnered goodwill.

Another part of the weekend that WWE officials are said to be pleased with was Green’s promotion of the match and the even, not only doing local media since the middle of the week, but also keeping the buzz high on social media as well.

Chelsea Green came close, but after being shoved out of contention by Tiffany Stratton to end the match, Stratton would go on capture the women’s WWE Money in the Bank briefcase.

Stratton has since teased that she wants to change the look of the briefcase by giving it a “makeover”.

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