Mother of all Bombs soaked up fantastic amounts of TV coverage for days on end. Some video showing the Mother getting dropped. Not so much bomb damage assessment (BDA) video. But as a publicity stunt, this one ranks right up there with things like the Doolittle raid.
Not quite sure why it got so much press coverage. It was 21000 pounds, big, but the British had a 20000 pound bomb (Grand Slam) in service back in WWII. So a ten ton bomb in 1944, a 10.5 ton bomb in 2017, this is astounding progress?
Lets assume this one bomb hit did our side some good. But you don't win guerrilla wars with air power. You gotta sap the guerrilla's morale with effective propaganda, and astute political moves. And you have to have ground troops to provide security to your civilians and kill the guerillas. More MOAB strikes might get us more good press, but it isn't gonna win a guerilla war for us.