Four More Names Qualify For Money In The Bank

Four More Names Qualify For Money In The Bank

After tonight’s WWE SmackDown episode, four more names qualyfied for Money In The Bank Ladder matches.

The first name was Sami Zayn. Sami officially headed to Money in the Bank, as he took down Shinsuke Nakamura in a qualifying match to earn the spot.

Shotzi has also punched her ticket to the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match. She faced Tamina, who replaced Aliyah earlier tonight, in a qualifier for the upcoming ladder match. Tamina started out strong with a huge superkick, but Shotzi was able to get her foot on the ropes to break out of the pin at the last second. Afterwards, she quickly hit the Never Wake Up to secure the victory.

With the win, Shotzi now joins Lacey Evans, Alexa Bliss, Liv Morgan, Raquel Rodriguez, Asuka, and one participant to be named later in the highly anticipated match.

Sheamus and Drew McIntyre experienced quite a roller coaster, but in the end, they both qualify for Money In The Bank.

Last week, WWE official Adam Pearce informed both men that they had qualified for the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match. On the June 10 episode, their qualifying bout ended in a double disqualification.

Tonight, after a confrontation between McIntyre and Sheamus, Pearce informed the duo that, due to some influence from Paul Heyman, WWE management had overturned his decision. As a result, they were both removed from the Money in the Bank match. However, they would have a chance to get put back in the match; if they could defeat The Usos, the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions, they would punch their tickets to the pay-per-view.

The two teams later clashed in the main event. Sheamus and McIntyre argued early and often, as “The Scottish Warrior” attacked Sheamus’ teammate Butch at ringside. Despite being partners, the two powerhouses came to blows. Eventually, they put their differences aside, but The Usos’ chemistry helped them control the match. However, a distraction from The Street Profits, who were on commentary for the bout, helped Sheamus rally. He tagged McIntyre, who cleared house with a flurry of offense.

In the end, Angelo Dawkins stopped Sami Zayn from interfering. The Street Profits argued with The Usos, and McIntyre capitalized by diving onto them. Sheamus dropped Jey Uso with a Brogue Kick, and McIntyre pinned Jimmy with the Claymore. As a result, Sheamus and McIntyre qualified for the Money in the Bank match again.

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