WWE News

WWE Superstar Makes Save While Wearing Towel At Live Event

WWE Superstar Mandy Rose & Val Venis In Towels

They always say “anything can happen at a WWE Live show” – and that was definitely true this week at WWE‘s Live Supershow in Columbia, South Carolina when Mr Money In The Bank Big E did a run-in during a match between RAW Superstars while wearing a towel!

Big E’s New Day comrades Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods, who are now on the red brand while the former Intercontinental Champion plies his trade on SmackDown, were in action against WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP. Having wrestled earlier in the night against Seth Rollins, Big E had clearly already been backstage post-match and either showered or was about to before realising his friends were in danger.

Never one to back down from a challenge – even while naked, apparently – Big E followed in the footsteps of the likes of Val Venis and Mandy Rose by walking to the ring anyway, with only a towel to spare his blushes! You can see footage of that moment below, courtesy of Twitter user vXmichaels.

Big E, of course, was using his hands to keep hold of a towel, otherwise he may just have had his Money In The Bank briefcase alongside him while the WWE Champion was in the ring. Although, how that match might have gone down, we’ll leave to your imagination. However, the referee would have almost definitely had to speak louder to interact with Mr Money In The Bank on account of him wearing a towel.

Elsewhere on the card in Columbia, Drew McIntyre and Damian Priest defeated Sheamus and Jinder Mahal in tag team action, Finn Balor defeated Baron Corbin, AJ Styles and Omos defeated Randy Orton and Riddle in a RAW Tag Team Championship match, Nikki A.S.H. retained the RAW Women’s Championship in a bout with Rhea Ripley, while the main event gave a preview of things to come at SummerSlam in a match many SmackDown attendees have been treated to post-show as John Cena teamed up with Rey Mysterio and Dominick Mysterio to take on Roman Reigns and The Usos with the crowd being sent home happy when the 16-time world champion, alongside the legendary luchador and his son, emerged victorious.