Bray Wyatt returns during Money in the Bank ladder match

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Tonight was one of the matches that people wait all year to see as Money in the Bank aired live on the WWE Network.

The event always promises so much as it brings about a match which we only get to see once a year.

Seven men compete in the annual Money in the Bank ladder match with the prize at the top of the ladder being one of the most coveted.

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The Money in the Bank briefcase contains a contact for a future WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at any time the winner chooses.

It has proven throughout history to be as good as a future title reign and it has helped to give us some of the most shocking moments in WWE history.

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This year, it was heavily expected that Roman Reigns would take the briefcase and the number of theories for what he would do with it ranged from the obvious to the shocking.

It looked like it would happen to as Reigns as was left alone in the ring to climb the ladder and seal a future title shot.

However as he was just a few rungs away, the lights went down and that ominous noise was heard around the arena.

The noise was that of Bray Wyatt and when the lights finally came back on, the new face of fear was at the bottom of the ladder.

Wyatt pushed the ladder forcing Reigns down and then he would take him out of commission by delivering Sister Abigail to the powerhouse.

Reigns was out of the ring as Sheamus would then climb the ladder to take the briefcase and he was left looking enraged after the match.

What now?

Many had expected Reigns to win the briefcase and possibly even cash in later in the show with his long time friend Dean Ambrose being a suggested target.

It now appears that Reigns will be going away from the WWE World Heavyweight Championship which has eluded him for the better part of 12 months.

Wyatt vs Reigns has a lot of potential and everyone will surely be excited to see what the two can come up with as we approach Summer Slam.

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