World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) hosted its fifth pay-per-view (PPV) of the year on Sunday – Money In The Bank (MITB) – and overall the show will be considered a success as it had the WWE Universe on the edge of their seats with some great matchups and unexpected surprises.

The biggest one of the night was certainly the appearance of Brock Lesnar, who entered the men’s MITB ladder match as a replacement for Sami Zayn, who was incapable of making the match following the attack on him by Brawn Strowman. The Beast Incarnate had not been seen in the ring since surrendering his Universal Championship to Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 35.

Lesnar made his way to the ring as Mustafa Ali was close to unhooking the MITB briefcase atop the ladder. He disposed of Ali in one swift move, made his way to the top of the ladder surveyed the carnage around him and then proceeded to unhook the briefcase and take a seat, and there’s no doubt Rollins will be his main target going forward.

MITB also saw the end of Becky “Two Belts” Lynch after the Irishwoman dropped her SmackDown women’s title to Charlotte Flair immediately after defending her RAW women’s title to Lacey Evans. The Man could have probably fought her way through Flair, but the interference of Evans saw Flair win the title.

But “The Queen’s” reign was short lived after Bailey, who won the women’s MITB ladder match, made her way to the ring to first defend Lynch, who was on the end of a proper beatdown from Flair and Evans. After helping Lynch overcome her two opponents, Bailey decided to cash in her contract and one flying elbow drop and 1-2-3 later the SmackDown women’s locker room had a new champion.

With the win, Bailey became the first woman to complete the Grand Slam of claiming both the RAW and SmackDown women’s titles while she was also the first women’s tag team champion with former partner Sasha Banks.

The one other title change of the night came in the United States title match, which saw Rey Mysterio pin Samoa Joe in controversial fashion to win the title in front of his teenage son. The latter’s shoulder seemed to be off the mat as the official completed the three count.

Kofi Kingston retained the WWE title after defeating Kevin Owens – a rivalry that began after the latter betrayed the New Day member after initially wanting to be part of the team. While Seth Rollins also defended his title against AJ Styles in what was probably the best match of the night.