WWE's Aleister Black Returns to Twitter With Hilarious Post After Getting "Thrown Off" the WWE Headquarters Building

WWE Superstars Aleister Black and Rey Mysterio both came up short in Sunday night's Money in the Bank Ladder Match on Sunday night at WWE Headquarters, as Otis wound up winning this year's briefcase. However by the end of the match fans were questioning if the two were even still alive, as King Corbin had casually both tossed both men over the railing of the roof, implying that both had crashed on the ground far below (but if you need visual proof that both men are alive and well, one fan has already pointed how the spots took place without either man plummeting to their doom).

While fans were wondering aloud on social media if Mysterio was dead, Black delivered a hilarious response.

And for anybody worried about the two possibly performing a dangerous stunt, a closer look at the layout of the set shows the two weren't actually close to the edge.

Corbin and AJ Styles wound up unhooking the briefcase at the same time, only for Elias to appear out of nowhere and smack Corbin in the back with a guitar. The attack caused both men to fumble the briefcase, hurling it into the air and right into the arms of Otis. Meanwhile Asuka took home the Women's Money in the Bank briefcase.

Check out the full Money in the Bank result below:

  • (Kickoff) Jeff Hardy def. Cesaro
  • SmackDown Tag Team Championships: The New Day def. Lucha House Party, The Forgotten Sons and The Miz & John Morrison
  • Bobby Lashley def. R-Truth
  • SmackDown Women's Championship: Bayley def. Tamina
  • WWE Universal Championship: Braun Strowman def. Bray Wyatt
  • WWE Championship: Drew McIntyre def. Seth Rollins
  • Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match (Filmed at WWE Headquarters): Asuka def. Carmella, Dana Brooke, Lacey Evans, Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler
  • Men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match (Filmed at WWE Headquarters): Otis def. AJ Styles, King Corbin, Aleister Black, Rey Mysterio and Daniel Bryan

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