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Chris Jericho Reacts To Michael Cole Saying Edge Invented The Money In The Bank Ladder Match

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• Chris Jericho Reacts To Michael Cole Saying Edge Invented The Money In The Bank Ladder Match

During the main event of last night’s Money In The Bank 2021 pay-per-view, Michael Cole said that WWE Hall Of Famer Edge invented the Money In The Bank Ladder Match.

A lot of fans then tweeted about this to Chris Jericho, the man who actually came up with the idea of the Money In The Bank (Edge won the 1st ever Money In The Bank ladder match in 2005, but didn’t come up with the idea).

Jericho tweeted the following:

“True story!!! @bfg728 (former WWE writer Brian Gewirtz) and I came up with that entire match concept. Well almost all of it…@VinceMcMahon insisted that the contract be in a briefcase.”

Gewirtz tweeted the following:

“16 years ago this was originally conceived as a 1-time only “Hollywood Dream” match with RVD climbing a ladder, grabbing a contract & declaring his dream was to bring back ECW. I think we had potential “dreams” for everyone. Wish I remembered them. Anyway, happy & safe #MITB!”

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Tag Team Wrestling Legend Robert Gibson celebrates his 63rd birthday today.

As one half of the legendary Tag Team The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, he wrestled for several major promotions, such as NWA Jim Crockett Promotions, the WWF World Wrestling Federation, WCW World Championship Wrestling, Mid-South Wrestling, CWA/USWA Memphis Wrestling, SMW Smoky Mountain Wrestling & TNA Total Nonstop Action.

Gibson started his career in 1977, but is still wrestling occasionally on the independent scene nowadays, still teaming up with Ricky Morton as The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express.

In 2017, they were both inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by legendary Old School Wrestling manager Jim Cornette.


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