Chris Jericho trolls Brock Lesnar winning WWE Money in the Bank

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Chris Jericho took to social media on Sunday night to take a jab at WWE over Brock Lesnar winning the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match. “Awesome to see @BrockLesnar win the #MoneyInTheBank match…even though he wasn’t officially entered,” Jericho wrote on his Twitter page. “Brock is the future of the biz and this perfect example of genius booking shows why @WWE will remain on top FOREVER! #GoBrockGo”

Powell’s POV: Whether Jericho was being sincere or just trolling to stir up extra interest in the AEW Double Or Nothing event, he summed up the feelings that a lot of fans had coming out of MITB last night.

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Readers Comments (3)

  1. Is speaking the truth, trolling?

  2. I really wish Lesnar would make a racist and/or sexist comment and get blacklisted from WWE for life. I thought the mother fucker was leaving WWE to return to the UFC hence the reason he dropped the title at WrestleMania. Keep trolling the fans by bringing back a guy no one wants to see and most people wish would go the fuck away and never come back and watch the ratings head further into the toilet.

    • If Lesnar makes a racist or sexist comment, they will give him a slap on the wrist and then carry on as normal. I think we have seen often enough that rules don’t apply to him in WWE.

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