WWE Money In The Bank
June 17, 2018
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WWE Money In The Bank Kickoff Match: The Bludgeon Brothers (c) vs. Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows For The WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship
Gallows and Rowan will start things off. Rowan kicks Gallows in the gut. Rowan unloads clubbing haymakers. Rowan HeadButts Gallows. Gallows side steps Rowan into the turnbuckles. Gallows attacks the midsection of Rowan. Gallows uppercuts Rowan. Rowan tags in Harper. Gallows ducks a clothesline from Harper. Gallows uppercuts Harper. Gallows tags in Anderson. Anderson with a Leaping Kick to Rowan. Gallows follows that with a Running Back Elbow Strike to Harper. Anderson sends Harper tumbling to the outside. Harper is favoring his knee. Rowan shoves Gallows into Anderson. Bludgeon Brothers tosses Gallows up the entrance way.
Bludgeon Brothers dumps Anderson on the ring apron. Bludgeon Brothers wraps this sequence with Stereo Dropkicks. Harper catapults Anderson into the middle rope for a two count. Harper tags in Rowan. Bludgeon Brothers are cutting the ring in half. Rowan with a PumpHandle Back Breaker. Rowan follows that with a Lariat for a two count. Rowan attacks the back of Anderson’s head. Rowan tags in Harper. Harper and Anderson are trading back and forth shots.
Following a snap mare takeover, Harper delivers a Running Elbow Drop for a two count. Harper tags in Rowan. Rowan with a Running Frog Splash for a two count. Rowan applies a rear chin lock. Anderson gets back to a vertical base. Rowan drops Anderson with a Back Elbow Smash. Rowan follows that with a Body Avalanche. Anderson knocks Harper off the ring apron. Anderson whips Rowan shoulder first to the steel ring post. Rowan tags in Harper. Anderson creates distance with a SpineBuster. Anderson tags in Gallows.
Gallows with a Big Boot to Harper. Gallows decks Harper with a Leg Lariat. Gallows SuperKicks Harper. Gallows lands The Nerd Splash. Gallows thrust kicks the midsection of Harper. Gallows with a PumpHandle Slam to Rowan. Gallows and Anderson clotheslines Rowan over the top rope. Anderson takes out Rowan with a SlingShot Crossbody Block. Harper with a Big Boot to Gallows for a two count. Harper uppercuts Anderson. Harper kicks Gallows in the chest. Gallows and Anderson goes for The Magic Killer, but Rowan counters with a Spear. Bludgeon Brothers plants Gallows with The Bludgeoning to pickup the victory.
Winner: Still WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions, The Bludgeon Brothers via Pinfall
First Match: Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass
Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Cass backs Bryan into the turnbuckles. Bryan ducks a clothesline from Cass. Bryan delivers multiple haymakers. Bryan transitions into a Corner Mount. Cass shoves Bryan to the canvas. Cass drops Bryan with a shoulder tackle. Bryan leapfrogs over Cass. Bryan goes for The Heel Hook, but Cass blocks it. Bryan with a drop toe hold to Cass. Bryan targets the left hamstring Cass. Cass sends Bryan crashing into the ringside barricade. Cass dumps Bryan rib first on the ring apron. Cass rolls Bryan back into the ring. Cass with multiple elbow drops for a two count. Cass poses for the crowd. Cass and Bryan are trading back and forth shots.
Cass gets Bryan trapped in a Bear Hug. Cass drives his knee into the midsection of Bryan. Bryan dives over Cass. Bryan ducks a clothesline from Cass. Cass with a Spinning Side Slam for a two count. Bryan drop toe holds Cass into the middle turnbuckle. Bryan continues to target the left leg of Cass. Bryan with Two Dragon Screw Leg Whips. Bryan slams Cass knee on the steel ring post. Bryan with a Missile Dropkick. Bryan follows that with Two Corner Dropkicks. Bryan floats over into The YES! Lock. Cass crawls to the bottom rope to create separation.
Cass rolls himself out of the ring. Bryan with a Wrecking Ball Dropkick to Cass. Bryan lands a Super Crossbody Block. Cass has Bryan perched on the top turnbuckle. Cass with a Fallaway Slam off the second rope for a two count. Cass locks in The Torture Rack. Cass mocks Bryan. Cass goes for a Big Boot, but Bryan ducks out of the way. Bryan ChopBlocks Cass. Bryan delivers YES! Kicks.
Bryan goes for a Leg Lariat, but Cass blocks it. Bryan dropkicks the injured knee of Cass. Bryan drops Cass with a Leg Lariat. Cass blocks The Running Knee. Cass with a Big Boot for a two count. Cass goes back to the Torture Rack. Bryan lands back on his feet. Bryan ducks a clothesline from Cass. Bryan connects with The Running Knee. Bryan locks in The Heel Hook which forces Cass to tap out.
Winner: Daniel Bryan via Submission
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Second Match: Bobby Lashley vs. Sami Zayn
Zayn is playing mind games with Lashley. Lashley chases Zayn around the ringside area. Zayn stomps on Lashley back. Zayn backs himself in between the ropes. Zayn rakes the eyes of Lashley. Zayn kicks Lashley out of the ring. Zayn wants the referee to start counting. Zayn repeatedly whips Lashley face first across the steel ring post. Zayn is putting the boots to Lashley on the bottom rope. Zayn transitions into a ground and pound attack. Zayn talks smack to Lashley. Lashley clotheslines Zayn. Zayn kicks Lashley in the jaw.
Zayn goes for a Crossbody Block, but Lashley catches him in mid-air. Lashley with a Fallaway Slam. Lashley follows that with a Corner Clothesline. Lashley with a Corner Spear to Zayn. Lashley goes for a Vertical Suplex, but Zayn counters with a Forearm Smash. Zayn blasts Lashley with a Knife Edge Chop. Lashley responds with a Brain Buster. Lashley with a Delayed Vertical Suplex to Zayn. Lashley with a Canadian Back Breaker Rack. Lashley plants Zayn with Two More Delayed Vertical Suplex’s to pickup the victory.
Winner: Bobby Lashley via Pinfall
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Third Match: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Elias For The WWE Intercontinental Championship
Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Elias applies a wrist lock. Rollins reverses the hold. Following a snap mare takeover, Elias applies a rear chin lock. Rollins transitions into a hammer lock. Elias floats over into a front face lock. Rollins responds with another hammerlock. Elias back Rollins into the ropes. Elias decks Rollins with a Back Elbow Smash. Elias repeatedly stomps on Rollins chest. Rollins with a Chop/Haymaker Combination to Elias. Rollins dropkicks Elias. Rollins with a SlingShot Crossbody Block. Rollins blasts Elias with a knife edge chop. Rollins rolls Elias back into the ring. Rollins with a SpringBoard Clothesline. Rollins with a Running Forearm Smash to Elias. Rollins goes for a PK, but Elias ducks out of the way. Elias clotheslines Rollins on the apron.
Elias is mauling Rollins in the corner. Elias talks smack to Rollins. Elias repeatedly bounces Rollins head on the apron. Elias with the cover for a two count. Rollins is trying to build momentum. Elias drops Rollins with a DDT for a two count. Elias with a Knee Drop for a two count. Elias applies a modified Cobra Clutch. Rollins gets back to a vertical base. Rollins kicks Elias in the chest. Rollins avoids a Running Knee Drop from Elias. Rollins hits The Turnbuckle FlatLiner. Rollins kicks Elias in the jaw. Rollins dives over Elias. Rollins fires up with double sledges. Elias kicks Rollins in the gut. Rollins responds with a SlingBlade. Rollins clotheslines Elias over the top rope. Rollins lands a Suicide Dive.
Rollins rolls Elias back into the ring. Rollins connects with a BlockBuster for a two count. Elias launches Rollins to the apron. Rollins starts favoring his knee. Elias with a Jumping Knee Strike for a two count. Elias goes for a SitOut PowerBomb, but Rollins lands back on his feet. Elias rolls Rollins over for a two count. Elias and Rollins are trading back and forth shots. Elias with a Modified Bicycle Kick to Rollins. Rollins responds with a SuperKick for a two count. Rollins goes for a Frog Splash, but Elias gets his knees up in the air. Elias with the lateral press for a two count. Elias ascends to the top turnbuckle.
Rollins with a SuperPlex to Elias. Rollins follows that with a Falcon Arrow for a two count. Rollins thrust kicks the midsection of Elias. Rollins goes for The BlackOut, but Elias rolls himself out of the ring. Elias drives Rollins back first into the ringside barricade. Elias is demolishing Rollins on the outside. Elias lands a Top Rope Elbow Drop for a two count. Rollins blocks Drift Away. Elias is showing his frustration. Elias with a Knife Edge Chop to Rollins. Rollins knee gives out on a Buckle Bomb Attempt. Elias goes for a Drift Away, but Rollins counters with an Inside Cradle for a two count. Rollins with a hand full of tights to pickup the victory.
Winner: Still WWE Intercontinental Champion, Seth Rollins via Pinfall
Fourth Match: Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch vs. Ember Moon vs. Alexa Bliss vs. Lana vs. Naomi vs. Natalya vs. Charlotte Flair in a Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Pier six brawl breaks out in the Allstate Arena. Charlotte launches Moon into the time keepers area. Becky kicks the ladders out of Natalya and Charlotte hands. Moon with a Cannonball Senton off the ringside barricade. Moon whips Natalya into the steel ring steps. Moon ducks a clothesline from Naomi. Moon dropkicks Naomi. Moon knocks the ladder out of Sasha hands. Moon SuperKicks Sasha. Moon tosses Naomi out of the ring. Moon rocks Sasha with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Sasha with a clubbing blow to the back of Moon. Sasha blocks the drop toe hold from Moon. Moon with a SpringBoard Crossbody Block on the ladder.
Lana hits The X-Factor. Natalya clotheslines Lana. Natalya bodyslams Lana on the ladder. Natalya ducks a clothesline from Naomi. Natalya has Naomi doing the splits on the ladder. Natalya with a Basement Dropkick. Charlotte delivers a series of knife edge chops. Charlotte with an Exploder Suplex. Charlotte tells Becky to put the ladder down. Naomi with a Diving Forearm Smash off the ladder. Naomi with a Double Dropkick to Becky and Charlotte. Naomi takes out Bliss with a SlingShot Crossbody Block. Naomi kicks Sasha in the chest. Naomi with a BlockBuster off the ring apron. Moon and Naomi are double teaming Becky.
Becky starts scaling the ladder. Moon and Naomi sends Becky to the corner. Moon and Naomi with a Stereo Corner Dropkicks to Becky. Naomi repeatedly kicks Moon in the shoulder. Moon thrust kicks the midsection of Naomi. Moon with a Knee Lift to Naomi. Naomi responds with a Spinning Leg Lariat. Naomi goes for a Monkey Flip, but Moon lands back on her feet. Moon hip tosses Naomi into the ladder. Sasha decks Moon with a High Knee Strike. Sasha drives Moon face first into the middle turnbuckle. Sasha stacks Lana on top of Moon. Sasha with a Double Knee Strike in between the ladder that’s wedged in the corner. Charlotte and Sasha are trading shots on the ladder.
Sasha goes for a BackStabber, but Charlotte counters with a Back Elbow Smash. Charlotte with a NeckBreaker to Sasha. Charlotte goes for The Razor Edge, but Sasha blocks it. Sasha with a Flying Meteora off the ladder. Bliss rocks Becky with a Big Haymaker. Sasha knocks Bliss off the ladder. Multiple ladders are being set up in the center of the ring. Sasha has her hands on the briefcase. Natalya Buckle Bombs Sasha into a ladder. Charlotte with a Big Boot to Natalya. Charlotte PowerBombs Moon on a ladder.
Charlotte follows that with a Back Breaker to Lana. Charlotte goes for a PowerBomb, but Bliss counters with Code Red. Bliss shoves Lana. Lana tells Bliss it’s Lana Day. Bliss goes for a ChokeHold STO, but Lana counters with a Machka Kick. Lana locks in The Accolade. Naomi SpringBoards onto a ladder. Naomi drops Lana with a High Knee Strike. Naomi is having a hard time unhooking the briefcase. Becky with a Flying Forearm Smash to Naomi.
Becky repositions the ladder. Bliss knocks Charlotte and Becky off a ladder. Charlotte Spears Bliss. Sasha with a BackStabber to Charlotte. Naomi drives Sasha face first into a ladder. Lana has the ring to herself. Natalya with a Electric Chair Drop to Lana. Moon takes out Natalya with a SpringBoard Dropkick. Charlotte Spears Moon on the ladder. Becky kicks Charlotte in the face. Becky connects with The BexPloder Suplex. Bliss sends Becky crashing into a ladder. Bliss finally unhooks the briefcase to pickup the victory.
Winner: Alexa Bliss
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Fifth Match: Jinder Mahal w/Sunil Singh vs. Roman Reigns
Reigns is throwing haymakers at Mahal. Reigns repeatedly bounces Mahal’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Mahal reverses out of the irish whip. Mahal kicks Reigns in the gut. Reigns with a Samoan Drop for a two count. Mahal rolls himself out of the ring. Reigns bounces Mahal’s head on the top rope. Reigns goes for The Drive By, but Mahal ducks out of the way. Sunil drives Reigns face first into the steel ring post. Mahal slams Reigns head on the announce table. Mahal whips Reigns back first across the ringside barricade.
Mahal rolls Reigns back into the ring. Mahal stomps on the midsection of Reigns. Mahal with an Indian Chop for a two count. Mahal applies a rear chin lock. Reigns is trying to create separation. Mahal sends Reigns crashing into the turnbuckles. Mahal knocks Reigns off the ring apron. Mahal uppercuts Reigns. Mahal rolls Reigns back into the ring. Mahal with three elbow drops for a two count. Mahal applies a Vice Grip. Mahal with a series of SlingShot Knee Drops. Mahal delivers clubbing crossfaces. Mahal goes back to the rear chin lock.
Mahal goes for another Knee Drop, but Reigns ducks out of the way. Reigns kicks Mahal in the jaw. Reigns fires up with Two Clotheslines. Mahal SuperKicks Reigns. Mahal goes for a Flying Chop, but Reigns counters with a Haymaker. Reigns hits The Never Ending Story. Mahal with a Jumping Knee Strike for a two count. Mahal sets up for The Khallas. Mahal fights out of the fireman’s carry position. Reigns with a Big Boot for a two count. Mahal avoids The SuperMan Punch. Mahal with a Double Knee GutBuster for a two count.
Reigns backs Mahal into the turnbuckles. Reigns with a SuperMan Punch for a two count. Reigns goes for a Spear, but Mahal counters with a Knee Strike. Mahal throws Reigns shoulder first to the steel ring post. Reigns and Mahal are trading back and forth shots. Reigns with a Knee Lift to Mahal. Reigns follows that with a Running Leg Drop. Reigns hits The Drive By. Reigns rolls Mahal back into the ring. Sunil gets out of the wheelchair again. Reigns clocks Sunil with The SuperMan Punch. Reigns Spears Sunil on the floor. Mahal with an inside cradle for a two count. Reigns Spears Mahal to pickup the victory.
Winner: Roman Reigns via Pinfall
Sixth Match: Carmella (c) w/James Ellsworth vs. Asuka For The WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship
Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Asuka backs Carmella into the ropes. Carmella shoves Asuka. Carmella moonwalks in the center of the ring. Carmella avoids a Spinning Back Fist from Asuka. Carmella tells Asuka to bring it. Asuka blocks a SuperKick from Carmella. Carmella slaps Asuka in the face. Asuka responds with a Running Hip Attack. Time for Hip Attack Party. Asuka repeatedly slaps Carmella in the face. Asuka kicks Carmella in the ribs. Asuka has Carmella tied in the middle rope. Asuka with a Running Hip Attack which sends Carmella crashing to the outside. Carmella is trying herself intentionally counted out.
Asuka with a Sliding Knee Strike to Carmella. Carmella drives Asuka shoulder first into the steel ring post. Carmella rolls Asuka back into the ring. Carmella with the cover for a two count. Carmella face washes Asuka. Carmella applies a Double Chicken Wing. Asuka rolls Carmella over for a two count. Carmella blocks The Asuka Lock. Asuka ducks a clothesline from Carmella. Carmella SuperKicks Asuka for a two count. Carmella applies an arm-bar. Carmella transitions into a front face lock. Carmella drives her knee into the midsection of Asuka. Carmella kicks the middle rope. Asuka goes for a Missile Dropkick, but Carmella ducks out of the way.
Carmella goes for a SuperKick, but Asuka counters with a Knee Bar. Carmella crawls to the bottom rope to create separation. Carmella decks Asuka with a Back Elbow Smash. Carmella paint brushes Asuka. Asuka with a Pop Up Knee Strike to Carmella. Asuka follows that with a Running Dropkick. Asuka delivers multiple buzzsaw kicks. Asuka with a German Suplex to Carmella. Asuka connects with a Running Hip Attack for a two count. Asuka with an arm-ringer to Carmella. Carmella side steps Asuka out of the ring.
Carmella bounces Asuka head on the top rope. Carmella knocks Asuka off the ring apron. Carmella lands a Suicide Dive. Carmella rolls Asuka back into the ring. Carmella with the lateral press for a two count. Carmella is visibly frustrated. Carmella goes for a SuperKick, but Asuka counters with a Spinning Back Fist. Asuka dishes out another Buzzsaw Kick. James Ellsworth dressed as Asuka hops on the ring apron. Carmella rolls Asuka over for a two count. Asuka with a Pop Up Knee Strike to Carmella. Asuka yells at Ellsworth. Carmella SuperKicks Asuka to pickup the victory.
Winner: Still WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion, Carmella via Pinfall
Seventh Match: AJ Styles (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura in a Last Man Standing Match For The WWE Championship
Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Nakamura drives his knee into the midsection of Styles. Nakamura with a Side HeadLock TakeOver. Styles responds with a HeadScissors Escape. Styles avoids a Big Boot from Nakamura. Styles delivers two forearm smashes. Styles with a knife edge chop. Styles dropkicks Nakamura. Styles bounces Nakamura head on the top turnbuckle pad. Following a snap mare takeover, Styles kicks Nakamura in the back. Styles with a Back Breaker to Nakamura. Styles levels Nakamura with a Knee Lift. Nakamura decks Styles with a Back Elbow Strike. Styles sends Nakamura tumbling to the outside. Styles hits The SlingShot Phenomenal Forearm.
Styles whips Nakamura back first across the ringside barricade. Nakamura with a Northern Lights Suplex on the ramp. Styles gets up at the count of six. Nakamura rolls Styles back into the ring. Nakamura with a Running Knee Strike. Nakamura has Styles draped across the LED Board. Nakamura with a Flying Stomp. Nakamura is mauling Styles in the corner. Nakamura applies The Cravate. Nakamura with a Knee Drop to Styles. Nakamura unloads multiple buzzsaw kicks. Nakamura connects with Bad Vibrations. Styles is trying to build momentum. Nakamura clocks Styles with a Spinning Heel Kick. Nakamura knocks Styles off the top turnbuckle. Nakamura bounces Styles head on the steel ring steps. Nakamura launches Styles over the ringside barricade.
Nakamura and Styles are brawling in the crowd. Styles with a Buzzsaw Kick to Nakamura. Nakamura trips Styles in mid-air. Styles gets up at the count of seven. Nakamura lightly kicks Styles in the head. Styles with a Chop/Haymaker Combination. Nakamura goes for a Reverse Exploder Suplex, but Styles lands back on his feet. Style decks Nakamura with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Nakamura kicks Styles in the jaw. Styles responds with a dropkick in mid-air. Styles delivers The Phenomenal Blitz. Styles with a Corner Clothesline to Nakamura. Styles goes for a Ushigoroshi, but Nakamura lands back on his feet. Styles connects with a SitOut FaceBuster.
Nakamura gets up at the count of six. Styles avoids the low blow from Nakamura. Styles with a Pele Kick to Nakamura. Nakamura side steps the Basement Forearm Smash. Nakamura with a Reverse Exploder Suplex. Nakamura goes for The Kinshasa, but Styles counters with a Leaping Forearm Smash. Styles follows that with a Ushigoroshi. Nakamura launches Styles to the ring apron. Nakamura negates The Phenomenal Forearm. Nakamura dumps Styles rib first on the barricade. Nakamura with a Vertical Suplex to Styles. Nakamura with The Kinshasa on the german announce table. Styles gets up at the count of nine. Nakamur whips Styles face first across the steel ring post. Nakamura brings out a table from under the ring.
Nakamura with an Axe Kick to Styles. Nakamura goes for a SuperPlex, but Styles blocks it. Styles tips over the table. Nakamura attacks the rib cage of Styles. Nakamura throws Styles through a table in the corner. Styles gets up at the count of nine. Nakamura fires off a Corner Knee Strike. Kick after kick, but Styles refuses to stay down. Styles stomps on the injured knee of Nakamura. Styles locks in The Calf Crusher. Nakamura rolls himself out of the ring. Styles repeatedly hits Nakamura with a steel chair.
Nakamura low blows Styles. Nakamura follows that with a Kinshasa on the floor. Styles avoids the referee’s ten count. Styles fights out of the fireman’s carry position. Styles shoves Nakamura off the spanish announce table. Styles drops Nakamura with a Phenomenal Forearm. Styles plants Nakamura with a Styles Clash off the ring steps. Nakamura gets up at the count of nine. Nakamura tells Styles to bring it. Styles low blows Nakamura. Styles with a Phenomenal Forearm through the english announce table to pickup the victory.
Winner: Still WWE Champion, AJ Styles
Eight Match: Nia Jax (c) vs. Ronda Rousey For The WWE Raw Women’s Championship
Jax drives Rousey back first into the turnbuckles. Jax rams her shoulders into the midsection of Rousey. Jax with a Massive Biel Throw. Jax follows that with a Body Avalanche. Rousey side steps Jax into the turnbuckles. Jax applies a wrist lock. Rousey with rapid fire jabs to Jax. Jax HeadButts Rousey. Jax runs through Rousey with another Body Avalanche. Jax goes for a Samoan Drop, but Rousey counters with a Kimura Lock. Rousey transitions into a Triangle Choke.
Jax with a SitOut PowerBomb. Rousey tumbles to the outside. Jax swings Rousey into the turnbuckles. Jax rolls Rousey back into the ring. Jax with the cover for a two count. Rousey with shots to the midsection of Jax. Nia with a Press Slam to Rousey. Rousey locks in a Guillotine Choke. Rousey goes for a Sunset Flip, but Jax blocks it. Jax is rag dolling Rousey. Jax says that she’s the baddest woman on the planet. Jax applies a Bear Hug. Rousey is trying to build momentum. Jax with a Pop Up Samoan Drop for a two count.
Jax goes for a Running Leg Drop, but Rousey ducks out of the way. Rousey sends Jax shoulder first to the steel ring post. Rousey applies a Roped Assisted Arm-Bar. Rousey with a Flying Crossbody Block for a two count. Rousey brings her lighting quick offense to Jax. Rousey decks Jax with a Jumping Knee Strike. Rousey connects with a Judo Throw for a two count. Rousey applies an arm-bar. Jax rolls Rousey over for a two count. Rousey connects with a modified Rock Bottom. Rousey locks in The Arm Bar. Alexa Bliss attacks Rousey with The Money In The Bank briefcase which forces the disqualification.
Winner: Ronda Rousey via Disqualification, but still WWE Raw Women’s Champion, Nia Jax
Ninth Match: Nia Jax (c) vs. Alexa Bliss For The WWE Raw Women’s Championship
Bliss whips Rousey shoulder first to the steel ring post. Bliss repeatedly hits Rousey and Jax with the briefcase. Bliss launches Rousey over the announce table. Bliss is mauling Jax in the corner. Bliss cashes in her briefcase. The bell finally rings. Bliss kicks Jax in the gut. Bliss connects with a Spike DDT. Bliss lands The Twisted Bliss to pickup the victory.
Winner: New WWE Raw Women’s Champion, Alexa Bliss via Pinfall
Tenth Match: Kevin Owens vs. Finn Balor vs. Bobby Roode vs. Braun Strowman vs. Samoa Joe vs. The Miz vs. Rusev vs. Kofi Kingston in a Men’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match
Everybody goes after Strowman after the bell rings. Balor with a knife edge chop to Miz. Balor sends Roode to the corner. Strowman with a Side Walk Slam to Balor. Strowman stops Miz in his tracks. Strowman delivers a Double Body Avalanche. Strowman clotheslines Owens. Joe attacks Strowman from behind. Kofi with a Flying Clothesline off the steel ring steps. Strowman gets buried under a pile of ladders. Miz starts scaling a ladder. Joe gets in Miz’s way. Miz begs for mercy. Joe and Miz knocks Balor and Roode off the ring apron. Joe drives a ladder into the midsection of Miz. Kofi drops Joe with a Trouble of Paradise. Kofi follows that with a dropkick to Miz. Kofi puts ladder on top of Miz. Kofi hits The New Day Boom Drop. Owens drags Kofi off the ladder. Owens goes for a Pop Up PowerBomb, but Kofi lands back on his feet. Owens SuperKicks Kofi. Balor grabs the briefcase for a moment. Balor and Owens are trading back and forth shots.
Balor with a Double Leg TakeDown to Owens. Balor with a Standing Double Foot Stomp. Roode bounces Balor’s head on the ladder. Roode kicks Balor in the gut. Balor turns a Sunset Flip into a Basement Dropkick. Owens blasts Balor with a ladder. Owens SuperKicks Balor. Owens lays Balor flat on the english announce table. Rusev attacks the midsection of Owens. Rusev with a Fallaway Slam on a ladder. Joe blindsides Rusev. Joe with a Running Back Elbow Strike to Rusev. Joe follows that with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Kofi with a SpringBoard Clothesline. Kofi kicks Miz in the gut. Kofi tosses Miz out of the ring. Kofi lands a Trust Fall. Balor follows that with a SomerSault Plancha.
Strowman has risen. Strowman with a Big Boot to Balor. Strowman HeadButts Roode. Strowman lays out Kofi with a Shoulder Tackle. Joe with a Suicide Dive to Strowman. Owens SuperKicks Strowman. Rusev hits The Machka Kick. Joe, Owens and Rusev are triple teaming Rusev. Owens brings out a table from the backstage area. Strowman shoves Owens into the barricade. Joe locks in the Coquina Clutch. Owens with his third SuperKick of the match. Strowman kicks Rusev in the jaw. Strowman drops Joe with a big haymaker. Owens climbs up the biggest ladder in the arena. Owens is trying to run away from Strowman. Strowman launches Owens into a collection of tables. Owens gets taken out on a stretcher.
Strowman with a Big Boot to Rusev. Strowman ChokeSlams Kofi on a ladder. Strowman bull dozes through a ladder. Miz is flabbergasted. Strowman drags Miz off the ladder. Strowman with a SledgeHammer Lariat to Miz. Joe repeatedly hits Strowman with a ladder. Joe clotheslines Strowman over the top rope. Balor with a ShotGun Dropkick which sends Strowman to the time keepers area. Balor knocks Balor and Joe off the ladder. Roode throws Balor shoulder first to the steel ring post. Roode kicks Joe in the jaw. Roode dives over Joe. Joe connects with a Uranage Slam. Joe and Rusev are trading haymakers.
Rusev lowers the top rope which sends Joe tumbling to the outside. Rusev drops Roode with a Machka Kick. Rusev follows that with a Leg Lariat to Kofi. Rusev with a Double Accolade to Roode and Kofi. Rusev blocks The Skull Crushing Finale. Rusev SuperKicks Miz. Rusev with a Triple Accolade. Joe gets Rusev trapped in a Coquina Clutch. Rusev wipes out Joe with a Machka Kick. Miz knocks Rusev off the ladder.
Miz has hard time unhooking the briefcase. Kofi HeadButts Miz. Roode sends Miz and Kofi crashing to the canvas. Balor with a SlingBlade to Roode. Balor clotheslines Miz and Kofi over the top rope. Balor rocks Roode with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Balor lands an Avalanche Coupe De Grace. Balor climbs the ladder. Strowman gets in the way of Balor. Strowman dishes out a series of Running PowerSlams. Kofi hops on Strowman’s back. Strowman shoves Balor and Kofi off the ladder. Strowman unhooks the briefcase to pickup the victory.
Winner: Braun Strowman
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- Liv Morgan won the 2022 Money in the Bank briefcase.
The Federal Reserve Bank will then store the damaged bills for destruction. When enough old bills have been collected, the Federal Reserve Banks will shred them. If you take a tour of a Federal Reserve Bank, you can sometimes take home your very own unique souvenir: a bag of shredded paper money!Does the bank return money that was stolen? ›
The bank/credit union will put your money back into your account after they receive a signed affidavit certifying that the charges in question were not made by you. Return the affidavit through certified mail/return receipt requested so that you have proof of when and that it was delivered.Who won Money in the Bank 2008? ›
However, CM Punk made a steady climb in the WWE, first competing for ECW and winning its championship in 2007. His rise in popularity gained a spot in the 2008 MITB match—which he won—and cashed in his case nearly three months later against Edge to win the WHC.Who won Money in the Bank 2007? ›
Mr. Kennedy won the Money in the Bank match in 2007, but thanks to Edge, he's one of two men to win the briefcase but fail to gain a championship out of it. Edge used his cunning to convince Kennedy to put the briefcase on the line in a match on WWE Raw.Who won Money in the Bank 2006? ›
This strategic use of the briefcase was popularized by Edge, the first Money in the Bank holder, who cashed it in at New Year's Revolution in January 2006, immediately after defending champion John Cena had finished a grueling Elimination Chamber match against five other wrestlers.Who won the 2013 Money in the Bank? ›
Randy Orton Wins WWE Championship Money in the Bank Match.
Who won the 2010 Money in the Bank? ›
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - At Money in the Bank, World Champion Rey Mysterio overcame the relentless wrath of Jack Swagger, only to lose his freshly-defended title to SmackDown Money in the Bank winner Kane in a stunning turn of events.Who won 2015 Money in the Bank? ›
The titular ladder match for the Money in the Bank contract was won by Sheamus. In the main event, Seth Rollins retained the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a ladder match against Dean Ambrose.Who is the 2011 Money in the Bank winner? ›
Daniel Bryan won the SmackDown Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Eight of SmackDown's most gifted Superstars battled for the coveted Money in the Bank briefcase, but a tenacious Daniel Bryan was the man who walked away with the future in the palm of his hands.Who defeated Roman Reigns at Money in the Bank 2016? ›
Seth Rollins wrestled his first pay-per-view match in seven months Sunday, challenging and defeating Roman Reigns to capture the WWE World Heavyweight Championship for the second time in his career.Is it illegal to burn real money? ›
In the United States, burning banknotes is prohibited under 18 U.S.C. § 333: Mutilation of national bank obligations, which includes "any other thing" that renders a note "unfit to be reissued".Is it illegal to tear money? ›
The section of the federal law that criminalizes tearing or burning money is Title 18, Section 333, which was passed in 1948 and reads as follows: The “It`s my money so I can do what I want with it” doesn`t even make the slightest sense because money, By definition, is part of a system that makes legal tender valuable.How much of a ripped dollar can you use? ›
Under regulations issued by the Department of the Treasury, mutilated United States currency may be exchanged at face value if: More than 50% of a note identifiable as United States currency is present.Can bank refuse to refund stolen money? ›
Banks and credit card companies usually reimburse stolen money, but they don't always have to. If you lose a debit card or have it stolen and don't report the fraud right away, it's possible your bank won't refund stolen money and you could be liable for some of the losses.Will my bank refund me if I get scammed? ›
If you paid by bank transfer or Direct Debit
Contact your bank immediately to let them know what's happened and ask if you can get a refund. Most banks should reimburse you if you've transferred money to someone because of a scam.
If you've spent the money or transferred it to another account, you'll have to pay the bank back and may face criminal charges. That Georgia couple, having spent almost all of the $120,000 before the bank uncovered the mistake, were convicted of theft and ordered to repay more than $100,000 to the bank.
Who won 2012 money in the bank? ›
Eight matches were contested at the event, with one match on the pre-show. In the main event, John Cena won the Money in the Bank ladder match for a WWE Championship match contract, while in the opening bout, Dolph Ziggler won the other Money in the Bank ladder match for a World Heavyweight Championship match contract.Who won Mitb in 2009? ›
2009 - Contested at WrestleMania 25
Cash-in result: Edge defeated Jeff Hardy for the World Heavyweight Championship immediately after Hardy had won the title in a Ladder Match against Edge.
There were 25 bank failures in 2008.Who won the Money in the Bank briefcase in 2010? ›
Sheamus won the title at the Fatal 4-Way event after interference from seven of the contestants from the first season of NXT, collectively known as "The Nexus". The next night on Raw, John Cena invoked his rematch clause, but The Nexus interrupted the match.Has John Cena won Money in the Bank? ›
When did John Cena win Money in the Bank? It happened in 2012. In a match that consisted of legendary wrestlers like Kane, Big Show, Chris Jericho, and The Miz, it was John Cena who came out on top. Fans closely remember the ending moments of the match.Who won Money in the Bank WrestleMania 21? ›
Edge became the inaugural Mr. Money in the Bank at WrestleMania 21. He cashed in against WWE Champion John Cena 280 days later. Rob Van Dam earned the briefcase and guaranteed contract the next year at WrestleMania 22.Who is the youngest United States Champion? ›
Terry Funk is the oldest champion in the title's history, winning the title at the age of 56 on September 22, 2000, while David Flair is the youngest at the age of 20 on July 5, 1999. Between NWA/WCW and WWE, the title has been vacated 21 times. Austin Theory is the current champion in his second reign.Has Chris Jericho ever won Money in the Bank? ›
Chris Jericho was the superstar who introduced the WWE to the concept of the Money in the Bank (MITB) match, but has never been able to win the briefcase. He goes out there and can tell a story with the ladder, which is impressive in itself.Who has the Money in the Bank briefcase 2022? ›
Seven matches were contested at the event. In the main event, unannounced entrant Theory, who lost Raw's United States Championship to Bobby Lashley earlier in the night, won the men's Money in the Bank ladder match while Liv Morgan won the women's ladder match in the opening bout.Where all the money in a bank is kept? ›
The tellers have drawers full of money to take care of transactions, such as basic cash withdrawals. Most of the other money in a bank will be held in a secure vault to keep it safe.
Where does the money go in the bank? ›
Banks have two choices for your money. They put most of the money in a local Federal Reserve Bank and keep the remaining cash in a vault. The vault helps banks provide customers with quick withdrawals while they earn interest on the money in a Federal Reserve bank.Why was Money in the Bank location changed? ›
WWE may have been skeptical about competing with UFC and might have pulled the trigger on the switch. Another reason is the seating capacity at the Allegiant Stadium. The venue has way more seats than WWE can sell, and after all, this show is no WrestleMania or even SummerSlam.Where is all the money kept in the US? ›
The Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States, provides the nation with a safe, flexible, and stable monetary and financial system.Where is the safest place to keep your money? ›
Savings accounts are a safe place to keep your money because all deposits made by consumers are guaranteed by the FDIC for bank accounts or the NCUA for credit union accounts. Certificates of deposit (CDs) issued by banks and credit unions also carry deposit insurance.Where is the safest place to put your money in a depression? ›
You want to protect your hard earned money, but where is the safety place to keep wealth during a depression? You have options such as the bank, bank safe deposit boxes, or the most secure method: private vaults.What bank is the safest to put your money? ›
- Wells Fargo.
- JPMorgan Chase.
- U.S. Bank.
- PNC Bank.
- Capital One.
- M&T Bank Corporation.
The law says that Treasury may withhold money to satisfy an overdue (delinquent) debt. The official term for withholding money from a payment is "offset" or "administrative offset." The program that offsets federal payments for overdue debts is the Treasury Offset Program (TOP).Who prints the money? ›
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing produces United States currency notes, operates as the nation's central bank, and serves to ensure that adequate amounts of currency and coin are in circulation.How can I protect my savings over 85000? ›
For savers with over £85,000 and who want to ensure all their funds are protected by the FSCS, the only way to do this is to deposit the money into savings accounts held under different banking licences.Why do they shred money? ›
If a bill is counterfeit, it is sent to the Secret Service. But if it's merely unfit by the Fed's standards, then the machine shreds it. Those shredded notes are sent to landfills or packaged and provided as souvenirs to the public on Federal Reserve Bank tours.
What did banks do when they ran out of money? ›
The First Bank Runs
During a bank run, a bank must quickly liquidate loans and sell its assets (often at rock-bottom prices) to come up with the necessary cash, and the losses they suffer can threaten the bank's solvency.
Religious temples became the earliest banks because they were seen as a safe place to store money. Before long, temples also got into the business of lending money, much like modern banks.Is it illegal to destroy money in the US? ›
In the United States, burning banknotes is prohibited under 18 U.S.C. § 333: Mutilation of national bank obligations, which includes "any other thing" that renders a note "unfit to be reissued".What is US currency backed by? ›
Since 1971 and the severing of the gold connection, US Dollars have been mostly created by banks when they make loans and by the US Government when it issues cash and coins. It is no longer “backed” by anything.Who controls America's money? ›
The Federal Reserve System is not "owned" by anyone. The Federal Reserve was created in 1913 by the Federal Reserve Act to serve as the nation's central bank. The Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., is an agency of the federal government and reports to and is directly accountable to the Congress.