The next match saw Bray Wyatt attempt to take the Universal Championship from Braun Strowman in a match that was created to help build up to a big showdown between Strowman and The Fiend. It was a fun storyline-based match that showed how dominant Strowman can be, and how great Bray Wyatt is as a character. WWE Champion Drew McIntyre defended his title against Seth Rollins next in a very good encounter that was, up until this point, Drew’s best match as Champion. It was a back-and-forth twenty-minute brawl that saw both men throw all they had at each other. Very good.
The final match(es) saw both the Men’s and Women’s Money in the Bank matches take place simultaneously. Asuka, Dana Brooke, Carmella, Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler and Lacey Evans competed across, up and around WWE’s Global Headquarters in Stamford for their briefcase, while Aleister Black, Daniel Bryan, Otis, AJ Styles, King Corbin and Rey Mysterio clashed for the Men’s case. It was a silly, entertaining, weird, unique, crazy cinematic battle that saw a lot going on, from random appearances from WWE names from the past, to dives, brawls and fights all over the offices of WWE’s tower. This was a really different and creative way to do the Money in the Bank concept this year, and it got a lot of people talking in the process. WWE really do know how to make the best of a bad situation, and this, like most of what we’ve seen in 2020, is proof of that.
This DVD also features the Kick-Off Show match between Cesaro and Jeff Hardy that went almost fifteen minutes and was really good. It’s a show that features some really good matches and a memorable and obscure main event that is unlike anything we’ve seen before in WWE. A worthwhile watch for a number of reasons, then, Money in the Bank 2020 has a lot to say, and says most of it well.