Otis and Asuka captured the men’s and women’s Money in the Bank briefcases atop WWE Corporate Headquarters as Otis’ midcard comedy gimmick has officially gone mainstream.
All champions retained their titles, with Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre, Bayley and The New Day all winning.
This past week’s broadcast of Raw garnered a historic low of 1.686 million viewers while Friday Night SmackDown garnered 2.040 million viewers.
WWE Raw Viewership—Last Five Weeks
- May 4, 2020—1.686 million viewers
- April 27, 2020—1.817 million viewers
- April 20, 2020—1.842 million viewers
- April 13, 2020—1.913 million viewers
- April 6, 2020—2.118 million viewers
WWE Friday Night SmackDown Viewership—Last Five Weeks
- May 8, 2020—2.040 million viewers
- May 1, 2020—1.885 million viewers
- April 24, 2020—2.014 million viewers
- April 17, 2020—2.187 million viewers
- April 10, 2020—2.317 million viewers
From the Forbes WWE Vault
WWE Friday Night SmackDown Key Competition
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) Mainstream News Coverage
WWE Total YouTube Viewership for WWE Raw
6,346,996 views (Down from 6,593,606)
- Most-Viewed: Drew McIntyre vs. Murphy (1,737,830 views)
- Least-Viewed: Aleister Black on AJ Styles’ Arrogance (115,489 views)
- Median Viewership: 348,469
WWE Total YouTube Viewership for WWE Friday Night SmackDown
4,481,372 views (Up from 4,454,074 )
- Most-Viewed: Bray Wyatt Gives Braun Strowman one last Chance to home Come (1,513,407 views)
- Least-Viewed: Carmella and Dana Brooke set their Sights on Money in the Bank Glory (97,869 views)
- Median Viewership: 486,306
WWE Money in the Bank 2020 Results: Sunday, May 10, 2020
The New Day def. John Morrison and The Miz, The Forgotten Sons, The Lucha House Party and Miz & Morrison
John Morrison has almost as many nicknames as bumps on his bump card, but “Johnny Drip Drip” is among the best.
This match had the tall task of following the tremendous efforts from all these individuals just two nights ago on Friday Night SmackDown. They came just short of succeeding as this was still a very good match.
I’d like to see a nice, long feud between John Morrison and either member of The Lucha House Party.
Bobby Lashley def. R-Truth
R-Truth might be the only person in wrestling funnier than Chris Jericho
R-Truth’s passive-aggressive, mid-sentence slap has to be
Bayley def. Tamina
Not enough is being made about Tamina’s excellent promo promoting this match.
Bayley and Sasha Banks’ ongoing strife is a study in WWE’s lack of subtlety, most recently when Michael Cole was sure to point out that Bayley wouldn’t let Sasha Banks get a word in edgewise.
WWE is working just as hard to promote Bayley vs. Michael Cole as they are to…
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