Otis had to put his Money In The Bank contract on the line at Hell in a Cell. This was a big match for Otis as he faced The Miz, but who walked out with the briefcase?
Otis got new music to make his way the ring. Gone was the Heavy Machinery music as the company gave him a country track that matches his blue collar persona.
The Miz was determined to become Mr. Money In The Bank. He took the fight to Otis and even nailed him with a big boot that connected right to the face. Morrison tried to hit Otis with the briefcase, and referee Jessika Carr threw him out.
Suddenly, Tucker clubbed Otis with the briefcase and The Miz got the win. The Miz is now Mr. Money In The Bank, and Tucker is a heel. After the match was over, Tucker stared at The Miz as he celebrated, and Otis remained in the ring wondering what happened.
Tucker said he turned on Otis because he was the workhorse, but nobody ever saw Tucker. He said that Otis can’t function without him. That is why he turned on his friend, because he’s had his friend’s back for too long.
Then Otis chased Tucker, The Miz, and John Morrison off.