WWE Money in The Bank Results – May 10, 2020

WWE Money in The Bank Results - May 10, 2020

Scott Stanford and Peter Rosenberg are on tonight’s Kickoff panel. Rosenberg says much like the Boneyard Match and the Firefly Fun House Match, he has no idea what to expect for tonight’s MITB Ladder Matches.

– Rosenberg and Stanford run down tonight’s card, including Jeff Hardy vs. Cesaro happening on the Kickoff.

– Recap of the history between Bray Wyatt and WWE Universal Champion Braun Strowman, along with clips of their feud. Rosenberg commends Strowman for staying focused, despite Wyatt’s mind games, but he’s concerned about the pressure during the match and if the continuous games could get the best of the champion. Rosenberg picks Bray, Stanford picks Braun.

– Alicia Ashton is in the lobby of the WWE HQ where the MITB Ladder Matches will begin. She runs down the rules of the match as wrestlers can use whatever is at their disposal as they make their way to the roof to get the contract. Some of the top 10 moments are shown from previous MITB matches, including when Randy Orton cashed-in and beat Daniel Bryan for the title (thanks to an assist from Triple H).

– Earlier this week, Dana Brooke joined WWE’s The Bump to talk about being involved in this year’s MITB Match. Says if she gets the briefcase she’s got to step her game up.

– Renee Young, Booker T, and JBL talk about the ladder matches. Booker gives his pick for the women’s match: Shayna Baszler. JBL goes with Asuka. Young picks Lacey Evans.

– Backstage, SmackDown Tag Team Champions New Day talk about tonight’s tag title match. Kofi says they don’t run from a challenge, it doesn’t matter what kind of match it is, they will always come out on top. Big E gets pumped up with a “New Day rocks!” chant.

– Recap of WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley and Tamina’s feud. We see Tamina’s wild “nobody meaner” promo that she did for the upcoming match. Rosenberg says Bayley could be a little scared, but says Sasha Banks is always lurking.

– Corey Graves and Michael Cole handling commentary as we head to the WWE Performance Center for the Kickoff Match.

Jeff Hardy vs. Cesaro

Cesaro sent into the ropes, shoulder tackle, early cover, and it’s barely a one-count. Hardy with a shoulder tackle of his own, hip toss, atomic drop, snapmare, and both head outside of the ring. Hardy runs and leaps off the steps, but is caught in midair and then dropped on the barricade. Cesaro shoves him over it and heads back into the ring as the ref starts his ten-count. Hardy makes it back in at nine.

Cesaro stomps away at his opponent, lands an elbow drop to the back of the neck, cover, two. Cesaro with some knees, gets sent into the corner, eats a forearm, and a kick that sends Cesaro out of the ring. Hardy with a dropkick, sending Cesaro back and Hardy follows. Hardy is then whipped hard into the apron. Back in the ring, Cesaro stays on Hardy, goes for another cover, two. European uppercuts by Cesaro, abdominal stretch locked in, but Hardy is eventually able to flips Cesaro out of it.

Cesaro with a flurry of punches, cover, and another two-count. Hardy fights his way back into the match. He looks for twist of fate, nope, lands a back elbow, heads to the top, but gets crotched on the top turnbuckle. Cesaro heads up and looks for a gutwrench suplex, Hardy with a couple back elbows to send Cesaro back. Hardy with a whisper in the wind, landing hard on Cesaro’s knee. Cesaro is up and throws more uppercuts, Hardy with a backslide pin, two. Hardy hits twist of fate, cover, Cesaro kicks out at two.

Hardy slams Cesaro the mat, heads to the top rope, Cesaro charges, hits an uppercut, climbs up and hits a gutwrench superplex, cover, two! Hardy ends up rolling out of the ring, Cesaro follows and clobbers Hardy. Cesaro selling his knee, Hardy ends up throwing Cesaro into the steps, doing more damage to the knee. Hardy leaps off the barricade and connects. Throws Cesaro into the ring, climbs to the top, hits the swanton bomb, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Jeff Hardy

– Rosenberg and Stanford talk about AJ Styles, who was on WWE The Bump. Styles said on the show that Apollo Crews got hurt, and he took advantage as a means to get back to a title shot. Stanford picks Styles to win the Men’s MITB Match.

– More of the top 10 MITB match moments are shown, including Brock Lesnar winning the briefcase, then dancing and using it as a boombox the next night.

– Alyse walks through WWE HQ as she shows off more of the building, teasing maybe the wrestlers will stop in Mr. McMahon’s office.

– Back to Renee, Booker, and JBL. JBL says the WWE HQ building is amazing, it’s a shrine to the wrestling business. Said it’s like a maze there and will be interesting to see them try to find their way to the top.

– Back to the top 10 countdown with Edge cashing in his opportunity against John Cena, eventually winning the title. The number one moment was Seth Rollins cashing-in at WrestleMania to win the championship.

– Peter and Scott move to WWE Champion Drew McIntyre defending against Seth Rollins. Scott notes Drew’s confidence is through the roof after beating Brock Lesnar and then Big Show shortly afterwards. Peter says everything Rollins says about himself, he truly believes, it’s not just mind games, he believes he should be on top.

– Switching to the Women’s MITB Ladder Match, Rosenberg picked Nia Jax and Stanford is going with Lacey Evans. For the men, Stanford is picking Styles while Rosenberg picks Aleister Black.

WWE Money in The Bank Opener:

A video kicks off the show highlighting the Money in the Bank Ladder Matches taking place simultaneously at the WWE Headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut.

We go to the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida where the majority of the show will take place.

SmackDown Tag Team Championship – Fatal 4-Way
The New Day (c’s) vs. Lucha House Party vs. The Miz and John Morrison vs. The Forgotten Sons

Steve Cutler and Wesley Blake will represent The Forgotten Sons.

Kofi Kingston will start against Gran Metalik. They trade some arm wrenches before Kingston takes him down and drops a knee. They lock up, and Kingston wrenches the arm again. Metalik flips out of it, takes Kingston down, and kips up. Metalik applies a side headlock, but Kingston whips him off, goes up and over before hitting a back elbow. Kingston sends him into the ropes, but Metalik hits a hurricanrana. Metalik kicks him before hitting the ropes, but Kingston kicks him in the midsection. Wesley Blake blind tags in on Kingston and throws him out of the ring. Blake knocks Lince Dorado off the apron and attacks Metalik. Steve Cutler tags in, and they double-team Metalik. Metalik quickly takes them down, and John Morrison tags in on Cutler. Morrison attacks him, but Metalik dropkicks him down. Metalik goes to the top rope and boots Miz off the apron. Morrison cuts him off and climbs the the top rope before hitting a Spanish Fly off the top rope to the floor on top of the other competitors!

Back in the ring, Metalik nearly pins Morrison with a two count. Cutler tags in on Morrison. Metalik goes to the top rope, but Jaxson Ryker crotches him. Cutler viciously attacks Metalik and uppercuts him for a two count. Blake tags in and attacks Metalik for a near fall. Blake applies a chin lock, but Metalik fights up. Blake elbows him in the neck to take him down. They knock New Day off the apron. They go for a double-team, but Metalik hits Blake with a hurricanrana before hitting Cutler with a tornado DDT.

Dorado tags in and takes out Morrison with a cross-body block. Dorado attacks Miz and splashes Morrison for a two count. Dorado kicks Morrison back and hits a springboard hurricanrana, but Blake breaks up the pin. Kingston tags in on Dorado, but Morrison hits him with a springboard kick. Miz tags in. They go for a double-team, but Kingston gets out and hits them with a (sort of) double stomp for a two count. Kingston takes Miz down and hits a Boom Drop. Kingston sets up for the end and goes for Trouble in Paradise, but Miz counters into a Figure Four Leglock attempt. Cutler blind tags in on Miz. Big E also tags in. Cutler attacks Big E… and the WWE Network feed temporarily cuts out. The Forgotten Sons take Big E down, but Miz and Morrison attack. Morrison hits Big E with Starship Pain, but Lucha House Party breaks up the pin.

Dorado tags in and hits Morrison with a springboard stunner. Metalik hits Morrison with a super hurricanrana. Dorado tags in and attacks Big E with kicks, stunning him. Metalik tags in. Dorado splashes Big E before Metalik walks the top rope and drops an elbow, but Blake breaks it up. The Forgotten Sons knock Metalik out of the ring. The Forgotten Sons send Big E into the ropes, but he holds on and sends them out of the ring. Kingston planchas Blake, but Cutler sends him into the ring post. Big E hits the ropes, but Ryker pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. The referee ejects Ryker from ringside. Ryker is furious.

The Lucha House Party hit stereo planchas at ringside. Metalik hits a springboard cross-body on Big E, but he rolls through. Kingston hits Dorado with Trouble in Paradise. Big E hits Metalik with a Big Ending for the win.

Winners and still SmackDown Tag Team Champions: The New Day

The Undertaker’s documentary trailer is shown.


Lacey Evans says this MITB match is made for her to win. She mentions being in the military and has learned the way to win is through a good plan. Evans says she’s learned the entire layout of WWE HQ, will make her way to the roof, and get the briefcase. She tells Bayley “this women’s right is ready anytime.”


WWE Champion Drew McIntyre is interviewed by Charly Caruso about being an underdog in his match against Seth Rollins tonight. After wishing all the mom’s out there a Happy Mother’s Day, “The Scottish Psychopath” talks about being a big underdog lately in matches against Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins. He calls it a “Cinderella Story,” and compares it to “David & Goliath.” He goes on to put over “The Monday Night Messiah” for his accomplishments in WWE and longevity at the top in the company before switching to tonight, where he talks about his intentions on walking out with the WWE Championship the same way he walked in. He promises to close Rollins’ mouth and breaking his jaw. He walks off.

R-Truth vs. MVP

R-Truth made his entrance believing there was a crowd out there and never seemed to realize they weren’t there. MVP isn’t happy with R-Truth acting like a fool. R-Truth says MVP can’t ball and they go back and forth about basketball. Bobby Lashley comes out and tells MVP he has this. MVP agrees and walks off. R-Truth asks how come MVP gets the night off and he doesn’t. R-Truth puts his hands out and accidentally slaps Lashley. Lashley shoves him.

R-Truth vs. Bobby Lashley

R-Truth tries to run away, but Lashley catches him and viciously shoulders him in the corner. Lashley throws R-Truth across the ring. R-Truth soon boots him back and charges, but Lashley hits a spinebuster. Lashley goes for a delayed vertical suplex, but R-Truth gets out. R-Truth goes for a Scissor Kick, but Lashley avoids it and spears him down for the win.

Winner: Bobby Lashley


King Corbin brags about his accomplishments such as taking out Elias and Drew Gulak. Corbin will claim his second victory in a Money in the Bank Ladder Match. This one is like none other. They’ll be fighting for a briefcase for a contract for a World Title match at any time. Corbin doesn’t know what to expect, but the risk will be worth the reward when everyone refers to him as King Money in the Bank.


SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley is shown walking backstage with Sasha Banks. Kayla Braxton stops her for an interview. Bayley refuses to talk about Tamina. Kayla asks about Banks accidentally causing Bayley to lose to Tamina on Friday. She asks Banks if Bayley blamed her. Bayley says she didn’t blame her. She’s the most dominant Women’s Champion this company has seen.

SmackDown Women’s Championship
Bayley (c) w/ Sasha Bank vs. Tamina

Bayley pie faces and shoves Tamina while talking trash. Tamina quickly takes her down and kicks her in the corner. Tamina sends her to the corner, but Bayley slingshots over and applies a sleeper hold. Tamina quickly backs her into the corner to break the hold before hitting a suplex for a two count. Tamina powers her onto the top rope and backs up to let her down. Bayley gets down, so Tamina kicks and scoop slams her. Bayley rolls out of the ring to recover.

Bayley soon sweeps the feet and drags her over to the corner before slamming the knee off the ring post. Bayley continue to attack the knee while Sasha Banks happily looks on. Bayley continues to attack the leg, but Tamina eventually fights back with an uppercut and a head-butt. Bayley retreats to the corner, so Tamina avalanches her. Tamina backs up and hobbles into Bayley with a hip attack. Tamina goes for a superkick, but Bayley counters into a knee bar. Tamina screams in pain, but she rolls to the bottom rope to get a rope break. Bayley lets go and continues to attack the knee. Bayley punches away at her, but Tamina shoves her off. Bayley quickly comes back with a knee to the face and lifts her, but the weight of Tamina causes her to collapse. Bayley quickly rolls out of the ring to recover.

Sasha Banks comes over to check on her. Bayley quickly blindsides Tamina and elbows her in the back of the head. Banks takes water from the commentators before throwing it in Tamina’s face. Tamina then grabs Bayley and clotheslines her on the floor. Tamina sends her into the barricade before putting her in the ring. Tamina goes for a Samoan Drop, but Bayley grabs the ropes. Tamina then superkicks her off the apron. Tamina goes outside and throws Bayley over the commentary table. Tamina gets her in the ring after a few moments and goes to the top rope. Tamina goes for a splash, but she lands on her feet when Bayley puts the boots up. Tamina superkicks her and hits a Samoan Drop, but Banks motions to get in the ring. Tamina chases her before getting back in the ring. Tamina goes for a Samoan Drop, but Bayley counters into a crucifix pin for the win.

Winner and still SmackDown Women’s Champion: Bayley

Tamina powers Bayley up and goes for a Samoan Drop, but Banks chop blocks the knee and superkicks Tamina. Banks then slaps Tamina in the face. Bayley and Banks celebrate in the ring.


Seth Rollins talks about how he admires the courage of Drew McIntyre for stepping in the ring with him. Rollins will give McIntyre the favor of his life by unburdening him from the title. This is not the industry or show for McIntyre to lead. That is Rollins’ cross to bear. When he beats McIntyre tonight it won’t be for just his own good. It’ll be for the greater good. The people need Rollins as the WWE Champion. Rollins needs to be the Monday Night Messiah.

– We get a video package for tonight’s WWE Universal Championship match between Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt airs. That match is up next.

WWE Universal Championship
Braun Strowman (c) vs. Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt smiles and walks up to Strowman, but Strowman grabs him and throws him to the corner. Wyatt mentions it looks like someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning. Strowman attacks him and hits a shoulder block. Wyatt laughs and says, “My goodness, you are strong!” Strowman says he’s not the same boy he used to be. Wyatt pulls himself up and winces. They circle the ring, and Wyatt kicks and punches him. Wyatt applies a side headlock, but Strowman whips him off and hits another shoulder block. Strowman goes outside and punches Wyatt before sending him into the barricade. Strowman then sends him headfirst into the ring post. Braun Strowman sends him into the ring and avalanches him in the corner. Wyatt falls out of the ring to recover. Strowman goes outside and charges for a shoulder block, but Wyatt sidesteps him and sends him over the commentary table.

Wyatt gets in the ring and casually lays down looking quite pleased with himself. Huskus the Pig appears behind the barricade and roots Wyatt on. Wyatt DDTs Strowman on the floor before putting him in the ring and hitting a clothesline. Wyatt connects with a senton splash, and Strowman rolls out of the ring to recover. Wyatt avalanches him outside before sending Strowman headfirst into the ring steps. Wyatt looks conflicted. Wyatt gets him in the ring and arcs his back. Wyatt approaches him, but Strowman clubs him back. Wyatt boots him and hits a tornado DDT off the second rope. Wyatt hits Sister Abigail, but Strowman kicks out. Wyatt is stunned and starts talking to himself. Wyatt goes for a second Sister Abigail, but Strowman grabs the throat and hits a vicious chokeslam.

Strowman avalanches Wyatt a few times in the corner before Wyatt gets out of the ring. Strowman follows him out and annihilates him with a shoulder block into the barricade. Strowman gets Wyatt in the ring. Wyatt kicks Strowman in the face as he gets in the ring, causing him to fall to the floor. Wyatt catches his breath in the ring.

Strowman all of a sudden rises up wearing the Black Sheep mask. Wyatt laughs and begins to cry saying, “It’s you! It’s you!” They kneel and pose before embracing. The puppets all celebrate Strowman coming home. Strowman then pushes Wyatt back and removes the mask. Strowman drops the mask and stomps on it. Wyatt tries to talk sense into him. Strowman scoops him up and hits a Running Powerslam for the win.

Winner and still WWE Universal Champion: Braun Strowman

After the match, Wyatt is in the corner staring off as images of “The Fiend” are spliced in a few times.

– The SmackDown Hacker shows up, saying he is everywhere and sees everything. “I am the truth and no one is safe.” The hacker sits before his screens as a bunch of different SmackDown stars are shown on them.

– The pre-match video package for our WWE Championship showdown between “The Scottish Psychopath” Drew McIntyre and “The Monday Night Messiah” Seth Rollins airs after we see Byron Saxton joining Michael Cole and Corey Graves at the commentary desk.

WWE Championship
Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Seth Rollins

They lock up, and McIntyre quickly powers him to the corner. McIntyre gives a clean break. They lock up again, and McIntyre shoulder blocks him down. Rollins rolls out of the ring to recover and is smiling. Rollins gets in the ring, but McIntyre soon takes him down with a pair of clotheslines and a clothesline over the top rope. McIntyre tells him to take his time recovering because he’s enjoying himself.

Rollins gets back in the ring and circles around him. McIntyre quickly gets the better of him and chops the chest before taking him down. McIntyre viciously whips him into the corner twice before chopping him down. McIntyre connects with a suplex for a one count. McIntyre chops the chest and goes to lift him, but Rollins gets out and dropkicks him in the knee. Rollins ducks a clothesline and dropkicks him in the knee again. Rollins then sends him shoulder-first into the ring post, and McIntyre falls out of the ring. Rollins catches McIntyre with a suicide dive. Rollins gets him in the ring and hits a Sling Blade for a two count. Rollins applies a single leg crab, and McIntyre screams in pain. Rollins then drops down and applies the STF. Rollins transitions to a crossface, but McIntyre gets to the bottom rope to break the hold.

McIntyre rolls out of the ring to recover. Rollins hits a big suicide dive and shouts about his destiny. Rollins gets on the apron as McIntyre pulls himself up. Rollins hits a flying knee to the head and gets in the ring to reset the count. Rollins gets on the barricade and hits another flying knee to the head. Rollins gets in the ring to reset the count again before going outside and clearing off the commentary table. Rollins hits a third flying knee to the head. Rollins gets in the ring and shouts at McIntyre. Rollins goes for a suicide dive, but McIntyre catches him and hits a belly-to-belly overhead suplex on the commentary table!

McIntyre gets him in the ring and hits a pair of belly-to-belly overhead suplexes before booting him in the head. McIntyre goes to the top rope for a diving axe handle. McIntyre kips up and wills himself on. McIntyre sets up for a Claymore Kick, but Rollins escapes to the apron. Rollins snaps him off the top rope and kicks him before going for a springboard knee. McIntyre avoids it and hits a spinebuster for a near fall. McIntyre sets up for a Future Shock DDT, but Rollins kicks at the knee and connects with an enzuigiri. Rollins follows up with a superkick for a one count. Rollins goes to the top rope and hits a frog splash for another one count. The commentators are marveling at McIntyre kicking out at one.

Rollins goes out of the ring and grabs a chair. He comes back in with it but decides against using it, throwing it to the floor and turnnig and charging at Drew looking for The Stomp, however Drew saw it coming and avoided it.

Rollins takes Drew up to the top-rope looking for a super-plex, however Drew hits a head-butt that knocks Rollins down to the mat. Rollins, in Kurt Angle fashion, hops up and sprints to the top-rope in one motion, yanking Drew and sending him crashing down to the mat with a super-plex. Now he deadlifts his bigger foe for the Falcon Arrow. He hits it. Both guys are slow to make it to their feet.

When they get to their feet, Rollins charges at Drew looking for The Stomp again, but Drew avoids it and reverses it into a Future Shock DDT. He covers Rollins but only gets two. After the pin attempt, Drew shouts out in frustrating, throwing punches at his own knee, which Rollins softened up earlier in the bout.

Back to the top-rope both guys go . Rollins knocks Drew down into the Tree of Woe. Rollins turns on the top-rope to face the empty crowd, reaching down and yanking on the hurt leg of Drew, which is tied up in the turnbuckle. Drew, without using his hands, uses pure leg strength to send Rollins flying off the top.

Drew comes at Rollins looking for his finisher, but Seth avoids it and blasts Drew with The Stomp. He covers him, 1-2 … McIntyre kicks out. Drew is slow to return to his feet, with Seth waiting on him in the corner. He charges at him for a Stomp, but runs into a Glasgow Kiss and then a Claymore Kick. 1-2-3. Drew McIntyre wins and retains the WWE Championship.

Winner and STILL WWE Champion: Drew McIntyre

After the match, Drew puts his hand out for Rollins. He tells Rollins, “You’re the man, but not this night.” Rollins looks at Drew’s hand and decides to shake it.


R-Truth is confused about what happened tonight and thinks he beat MVP, but he has no one to celebrate with. R-Truth wants his 24/7 Championship back and is going to sack Tom Brady for it. Charly Caruso mentions he meant Rob Gronkowski.

Climb The Corporate Ladder Money In The Bank Matches

It’s time to find out who is going to “Climb the Corporate Ladder,” as our Men’s and Women’s Money In The Bank Ladder Matches are up next from WWE Corporate Headquarters in Stamford, CT.

The video package for tonight’s WWE MITB main events airs, and afterwards, we shoot it over to WWE Headquarters where the participants in the men’s, and then women’s MITB Ladder Matches are introduced one-by-one, with most making a little comment directed towards another competitor in the silent corporate office environment.

The competitors all wonder what’s going on. Asuka is standing on the balcony on the second floor and taunting the other five on the floor. The bell rings (from somewhere), and the men begin brawling. Asuka then hits a cross-body onto all the women on the marble floor. Asuka looks fired up and starts going for the elevator. She runs on and starts shouting. The women crawl to it, but they can’t get to the closing doors. They run for the stairs.

In the locker room, Mysterio knocks Black away from a weight machine. Black quickly kicks him in the face. Corbin punches Bryan back. They’re playing ominous music. Corbin throws a metal plate at Bryan, but it crashes into the mirror. Brawling continues in the locker room. Otis slams Styles into a paper towel dispenser a few times before placing a heavy squat bar on him to trap him. Bryan runs out of the room, and everyone chases him. Mysterio runs by a bathroom and stops when he hears a toilet flush. Out steps Brother Love with his music playing. Love says, “I LOOVE YOUUU!” Mysterio loves him too and runs off.

The men continue to brawl in the hallway and into an elevator. The women brawl up the stairs and wind up on the same landing as the men. A wild brawl breaks out, and Asuka sneaks away. Baszler notices and chases after her. Black runs away as well. Bryan ties Corbin up in the ring rope decorations and kicks away at his chest. Otis is enjoying it, so Bryan kicks away at him. Bryan runs off trying to get to the roof. A Doink the Clown impersonators appears behind a chair.

Carmella slaps Nia Jax, so Jax slams her through a door into a conference room. Baszler brawls with Brooke into the same room and throws her over a conference table. Jax and Baszler go face-to-face, and Jax takes her down. Brooke hits Jax with a chair and sees a Money in the Bank briefcase above the table. Brooke retrieves it, but Stephanie McMahon shows up and says this is the Money in the Bank conference room. The briefcase is on the roof. Carmella hits Brooke with a poster, and Evans hits Carmella with a Woman’s Right.

Styles finally gets out of the weight room and is angrily looking for Mysterio. Styles opens a bunch of doors looking for him. There are posters all over the hallway and Styles stops while angrily looking at a picture of The Undertaker making his entrance at WrestleMania. Styles opens a room and sees a room with a blue light. There’s a casket inside. Flashbacks of the Boneyard Match from WrestleMania flash on the screen. Styles says, “No way!” Black then kicks Styles into the room and closes the door. Styles screams in terror.

Paul Heyman is seen enjoying himself at a lavish buffet. The men and women all converge in front of him. Otis flips out and demolishes a turkey leg. Brooke still has the poster over his head and hits into Heyman. Otis throws a tray into Heyman’s face and shouts, “FOOD FIGHT!!” Heyman is stunned. A giant food fight breaks out. Baszler applies a choke to Mysterio. Jax throws Brooke into a vending machine and powerbombs Carmella through a table. Ominous music plays as Jax goes face-to-face with Otis. Otis is wildly eating. Jax and Otis walk in separate directions. Otis winds up in the cafeteria. John Laurinaitis drives up in his scooter and says, “People Power!” Otis throws a pie in his face and runs off.

A janitor is cleaning the floor when Asuka runs up and shouts at him. He doesn’t understand. She takes his mop and hits the women behind her with it before running off. Brooke comes trailing from behind and slips on the wet floor. Asuka kicks Baszler back and runs off. Jax takes everyone down and continues the pursuit. Evans finds her way to a stairwell and runs up. Black appears brawling with Bryan and throws him into a wall. Styles comes from out of nowhere and punches Black down. Styles then takes Bryan down. Bryan fights back. They’re in Vince McMahon’s office! The Chairman is there, and he shouts, “OUT!” They sheepishly walk away, but stop to fix the chairs. McMahon then takes some Purell and washes his hands.

Styles laughs and says Bryan acted like a coward in there. Bryan says he told him to fix the chairs. Styles admits he did that… and the brawl continues! Corbin comes up and takes them both down before knocking Black away. They fight into a conference room. Corbin throws Bryan over the table and sends Styles into a wall. Corbin then says, “I’m going to the roof!”

An aerial view is shown of the roof with a ring on top and the two Money in the Bank briefcases hanging above. Jax and Asuka are the first to brawl up there. Jax gets Asuka in the ring, but Asuka kicks her back. Evans then clotheslines Asuka. Jax attacks Evans and press slams her. Jax sends Evans out of the ring and grabs a ladder. Asuka stops Jax from climbing, and Evans takes Asuka down. Evans climbs the ladder, but Asuka pulls her down. Asuka slowly starts to climb the ladder, but gets down and knocks it over. Asuka sets it up dead in the middle and starts to climb, but Evans bounces her face off the ladder a few times. Evans gets her away, but Asuka pulls her down again. Asuka climbs, but Evans climbs behind her and grabs at her. Asuka punches Evans off, and she falls into Jax! Asuka looks down at the carnage and starts to climb again. Corbin all of a sudden appears on the roof and starts to climb the ladder. He goes for the men’s briefcase, but Asuka kicks him in the head to knock him off to the canvas. Asuka retrieves the briefcase!

Winner of the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match: Asuka

The Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match continues. Otis gets on the roof and gets on the bottom rung of the ladder before Corbin attacks. Corbin drives the ladder into Otis’ midsection. Otis soon takes him down and hits the Caterpillar Elbow Drop. Black takes Oits out and grabs a ladder. Mysterio hits Otis with a flying seated senton. Mysterio and Black set up the ladder and start climbing opposite sides. Styles gets on the roof, into the ring, and knocks over the ladder. Corbin grabs Mysterio and throws him off the set! Corbin then throws Black off the set! It’s implied they’ve been thrown off the roof.

In the ring, Styles sets up a ladder and climbs. Bryan appears and begins climbing. Corbin pulls Bryan down while Otis grabs Styles. Corbin sends Bryan shoulder-first into the ring post. Otis drops Styles on the apron, but Styles knocks him back and hits a Phenomenal Forearm. Styles starts to climb the ladder on the roof of the WWE Headquarters and grabs at the briefcase. Corbin cuts him off, and they start to brawl. They both unhook the briefcase and won’t let go. Elias all of a sudden appears and hits Corbin in the back with the guitar. Styles fumbles the briefcase, and Otis catches it! Otis has won the Money in the Bank Ladder Match!

Winner of the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match: Otis

Otis celebrates big time with the briefcase and shouts, “Yo Mandy, I did it!” as we go to credits.


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