Despite Peacock TV’s best efforts, we’ve seen some men’s over-the-top action


Bleeding Cool tried to bring you an instant synopsis of WWE’s Money in the Bank’s men’s ladder match, but their stream is not accessible, all we can do is write key this article to complain about what appears to be an army of ghosts with pixels on the screen between moments of black screen so we can only assume Charlotte Flair is flipping her wings into the crowd one by one. Again.

Despite Peacock TV's best efforts, we've seen some escalating male action
WWE Money in Bank Graphics. Image: WWE

In the midst of streaming failures, we’ve had time to confirm that Peacock TV’s net sales are estimated at $604 million in January of this year, according to Media posts. After getting a glimpse of Drew McIntyre and Big E on the ground, we went back to scouring the internet for more interesting Peacock TV tidbits. The CEO of NBCUniversal, the parent company that owns Peacock TV, Jeff Shell, has a net worth of $22.9 million as of March 1 of this year.

While we’ve all been watching what are two Elvis impersonators or Shinsuke Nakamura and John Morrison climbing a ladder from Minecraft, we can only assume Mr. Shell was tying the orphans to the tracks while laughing hysterically.

Either an orphan was freed from Peacock TV’s bad grip and fixed the feed, or the corporate overload made enough money to restore the stream, but in the end, we might as well know what’s going on. what is happening.

We begin with Kevin Owens being stabbed in the first stepladder by an unlikely group of Seth Rollins and John Morrison. Unaffected by the two-on-one fight, Drew McIntyre attempted to reach where Owens had left behind and confront Hurricane Rollins/Morrison. In the end, the infighting left Rollins the only man in the ring, but everyone rallied against the former Monday Night Messiah and punished him with a fight.

The match was clearly fast-paced and all the men were taking every opportunity to use the greatest moves possible against their opponents. Most notably, Drew McIntyre knocked out Matt Riddle and Shinsuke Nakamura with a Claymore Kick double before launching himself into the rest of the list, who stood ready.

Out of favor, McIntyre set up a ladder but was thwarted by the modern-day maharaja, Jinder Mahal, and his minions. In a surprising move, they dragged the lifeless McIntyre out of the ring while Riddle and Ricochet battled on a ladder in the center of the ring. With the Money in the Bank contract at hand, Rollins almost climbed the second ladder while his opponents were distracted. Big E wasn’t willing to let anyone win so easily and pulled Rollins off the ladder before the remaining contenders for the contract entered the ring one by one and attempted to climb the ladder.

Kevin Owens, who by all accounts had left the fight, braved back and delivered consecutive stuns at Morrison and Shinsuke. Remembering their feud, which dates back to 2019, Rollins grabbed KO from the ladder and flung him out onto the ring with such ferocity that no one would be surprised if Owens was broken in half. Rollins almost had a Money in the Bank contract, but once again Big E used an uncompromising defense and kept his opponent out of contention by knocking him off the ladder.

Without wasting even a moment, Big E quickly climbed the ladder to secure the contract and claim his first win as Mr. Money in the Bank. Now, the big question is whether Big E will aim for his former Intercontinental Championship or a completely different belt… only time will tell.

PS Peacock TV, you are the REAL.

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