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Brock Lesnar Cashes in WWE MITB Briefcase on Seth Rollins, Wins Universal Title


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SOURCE: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2837314-brock-lesnar-cashes-in-wwe-mitb-briefcase-on-seth-rollins-wins-universal-title
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Summary

While some heralded the move as a great one because of the shock factor, others lamented the fact The Beast was once again poised to become world champion over other deserving Superstars in the match such as Ali, Andrade, Finn Balor and Drew McIntyre.On Raw the night after Money in the Bank, a triumphant Lesnar went out to the ring flanked by his advocate, Paul Heyman, who bragged about his client holding the briefcase and the fact that he could strike at any time.Rollins and Kofi Kingston confronted Lesnar in an effort to challenge him rather than constantly having to look over their shoulders.The Beast refused to bite, which meant he could continue to hold his Money in the Bank contract over the heads of the champions.On that same Raw, Lesnar even teased cashing in on Rollins and Kingston after they won a tag team match, but he decided to toy with them and walk away instead.Heyman announced ahead of time that Lesnar would cash in on Rollins on the go-home edition of Raw prior to Super ShowDown, but rather than cashing in after beating down Rollins, Lesnar said he would cash in at Super ShowDown instead.Lesnar finally decided to cash in Sunday, and with a world title back around his waist, it looks as though The Beast is back to stay in WWE, which suggests another long and dominant reign could be in his future.A rematch with Rollins likely beckons at SummerSlam.

As said here by Mike Chiari