Last night, WWE held its first pay-per-view since WrestleMania 36 as Money In The Bank was broadcast from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida and Titan Towers in Stamford, Connecticut.
The show featured two huge world title matches as Drew McIntyre defended the WWE Championship against Seth Rollins, and Bray Wyatt looked to capture the Universal title from Braun Strowman. The pay-per-view was ultimately main evented by the Men's and Women's Money In The Bank Ladder matches as all 12 Superstars looked to climb the corporate ladder at the same time.
During the broadcast, WWE also announced their next pay-per-view will be on June 14 with Backlash. No location was announced for the event but with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it is expected that it will take place at the WWE Performance Center.
Backlash will be followed by Extreme Rules on July 19. The show is currently scheduled to take place at the SAP Center in San Jose, California, but it is unlikely to go ahead as planned as the Governor of California Gavin Newsom has previously said he doesn't expect mass gatherings to take place in the state until a vaccine is available.