Report: Why WWE Money In The Bank 2020 Was Under Three Hours Revealed

It was one of the shortest pay-per-views in recent memory...

WWE held its first pay-per-view since WrestleMania 36 last night as Money In The Bank was broadcast from the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida and Titan Towers in Stamford, Connecticut.

Eight matches were on the card and the Fatal 4-Way for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships, and Drew McIntyre vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE Championship were marked out for praise by fans. 

The pay-per-view clocked in at 2 hours and 24 minutes, making it the shortest pay-per-view in 18 years when Insurrextion 2002 ran for 2 hours and 23 minutes. 

The decision to have Money In The Bank run for less than three hours was made by Vince McMahon according to Paul Davis at WrestlingNews.co. The boss reportedly wanted a shorter pay-per-view because of the lack of fans and the company's big shows will continue to be shorter until people are allowed to attend events in arenas. 

WWE's next pay-per-view will take place on June 14 with Backlash. The company is yet to announce a location for the show but it will likely take place at the WWE Performance Center because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

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