A lot of people weren’t too happy about Brock Lesnar winning the Money in the Bank ladder match – and as you can imagine, a few of the superstars involved in the match itself are included in that.
Lesnar’s win really did come out of nowhere, with some reports suggesting that the other superstars weren’t actually told about The Beast Incarnate’s return, probably in order to get a more authentic reaction.
Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean the guys are going to just sit back and accept the result, as you can probably tell from Ali’s dig on social media.
We all know that Orton is one of the most outspoken superstars on the main roster today, and that’s been the case for years now. If he’s got something on his mind he’s going to share it with the masses, and you have to respect (and love) that kind of honesty.
Randy has had his fair share of interactions with Brock in the past, with the most notable taking place at SummerSlam 2016 when the king of the RKO had his head busted open the hard way in the main event of the evening.
It seems like both Orton and Ali are going to continue to be just fine on the main roster, and we’d argue that both will probably even get another shot at taking on Brock again in the near future.
Of course, for now, they’ll just have to accept the fact that the former multi-time world champion is reigning supreme with the briefcase.