After all seven participants came down to the ring before the Men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match on WWE‘s Premium Live Event with the exact same name, it looked like fans were in store for an incredible match.

Who would win? Riddle? Drew McIntyre? Sheamus? Surely it wouldn't be Madcap Moss but how about Omos, the Nigerian Giant who barely needed a ladder to get to the briefcase? What about Theory? Surely it couldn't be Theory, right? I mean he wasn't even booked for the match, how could he be the man to bring down the briefcase?

Well, because Adam Pierce decided to ‘double-down' on the Vegas Vibes and add another participant to the match, Vinnie Mac's favorite young superstar/basically-adopted son Theory.

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Though Theory didn't play a big role in the match early on, the performers in the ring collectively decided that it was important to neutralize Omos to make things a fair fight, the Atlanta, Georgia native kept weaseling his way into the ring with his eye on the briefcase, even if he had to fight through battles between McIntyre and Sheamus or Seth Rollins and Riddle to do so.

After watching Riddle KO Rollins with an RKO out of nowhere – or in this case, off the top of two ladders – Theory and Randy Orton's protege duked it out on the top of a single ladder, with the former ultimately knocking his foe to the ground and pulling down the match's ultimate prize.

So… yeah: Theory won a match he wasn't booked for a few hours after losing his United States Championship in a borderline squash to Bobby Lashley and his time atop the WWE card is only going to expand, not contract, moving forward.