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WWE Money In The Bank Live, WWE Money In The Bank 17 June 2018 Live Results

WWE Money In The Bank Live, WWE Money In The Bank 17 June 2018 Live Results

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SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bludgeon Brothers def. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (Kickoff Match)

CHICAGO - Consider the good brothers:-

Good brothers - two of the highest-profile acquisitions in recent years - has not held the title for more than a year, Chunautikaron has an extra incentive to swing against the fearsome Bldgen brothers. Unfortunately, their enthusiasm made them correct in the unorthodox and effective Tandem crime of Harper and Rowan. When Gallos recovered from a double dropkick on the ramp, Anderson was surprised by watching the loss of two against one of the champions.

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Luke Gallos and Carl Anderson challenged the BloodGen brothers for the SmackDown tag team championship in the long-awaited cash at the 2018 bank opening game. Courtesy of WWE Network

Rowen did everything possible to deposit Anderson but knew Harper well and thanks to Spinbuster, Anderson faced the storm and labeled his partner. Now legal, Suntan's biker man quickly shook Cobweb and drove some good guys to some tag team crimes. Chunautikar finally managed to separate the rotating table and 2-in-1 attack Harper, but before running the magic killer, Rowan attacked the hoop and Anderson moved over the ground, which Galojh tremendous powerbomb open matches for

Daniel Bryan def. Big Cass

Chicago - Big Cass announced that "a good big man will always defeat a good little man". Big Cass is a good big guy. But Daniel Brian is not only good; That's great And there's still one or two things to learn after WWE Money in the Bank at Big Cass.

Yes, Queens seven footnote is now 0-2 against Brian, who has overcome all the myths about the ever-growing disparity between the entertainment sports industry - that the WWE Backlash not to mention the CAS idea but its latest victory was temporary. His CAS credit was known to have led him to dance, and he was hooked all the benefits contained early: while Brian tried to literally run to the circle around his giant rival, CAS revealed the full scope of his strength and size "Yes!" Against the man, with a series of slam, splash, and bayerhag, Brian stopped him on his way.

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With a little help from the ring, Daniel Bryan tried to kneel seven knees during his WWE Money in the Bank of 2018 battle. Courtesy of WWE Network

If something ruins CAS, it seems that the victory was a pre-conclusion. He stopped unnecessarily to listen and talk about the trash and praised his crafts to stop his crime (incredibly effective) based on power. During that period, Brian had accused a corner by shoulder CAS disembarked for the first time in Ephron, and it was not before all the "legs, lungs and heart to the WWE Champion."

With CAS's surprise, Brian pointed to the elder's surgery repair knee with a game plan, which was a battle and part science, which, along with the Dragon Screw, Tender knee CAS was not cured and lost there; It was a "yes!" Blocking with the escape turned out, catching a rope and a winding shows an impressive transition to an inverted Death Valley driver off the grid - but Brian's heart has taken his stretch "Yes!" Running the man from the knee one The second torture rack escaped. After stopping in a down case for a moment, Brian finally placed a Hell Hook with problems that forced his opponent to leave.

Brian vs. Cas
"Yes!" Men and seven-foot players break into a highly personalized rematch between them.

If the WWE is really a world of big men, there can never be a debate, but regardless of who runs it, five-tool players like Daniel Bryan can do it right.

Bobby Lashley def. Sami Zayn

CHICAGO - It took me a minute for Bobby Isle to catch Sami Jain WWE Money in the Bank, but once he does, he went south in a hurry for the Canadians to trash-talk, he immediately found that his mouth had written a check, he could not charge his body.

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Bobby Lashley during his WWE Money Bank after suffering a brutal attack by Sami Jain during 2018 showdown are struggling to stay on their feet. Courtesy of WWE Network

After weeks of family humiliation and Lashley's military service, Genie usually struggled to jump from Jain to be a big man. However, the former NFT champion had no trouble using his "cat agility" to play cat and mouse with his opponent.

There was also no problem in catching the eyes of Lashley's eyes and ending the effort of counting them through the ropes. While it was not down, there was no problem in screwing and kicking the whip.

Unfortunately, once caught Lisle Jain - literally, he grabbed a handful of his bowling pins in the echo of his handshake a few weeks ago and squeezed - it was all Bobby, every time. After Jain casserole with a clothing line, corner shoulder, and after dealing with a great Spinebuster, do not let the former ECW champion, but carry out three Sterling Suprleks, each having its end with a terrible backbreaker. They all left Sami, so grateful that the Lashley immobilized him with his hand on his chest.

Given the seriousness of Lashley's aggression, Jain would probably not agree that his opponent is respectable as a person because he introduces himself. But if there is nothing else, then he will think twice before fighting him now.

Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins def. Elias

CHICAGO - Colby Lopez is a self-sufficient intercontinental champion battle between the nickname, but the bank does not respond to Elias WWE Money in - that is, until it has a long tradition (albeit a little Android) Only the best dog Challenger Strategy for Pin

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Seth Rollin Bank puts pressure on Elias in Kingsley's bid to protect the Intercontinental Championship in WWE Money in 2018. Courtesy of WWE Network

That Rollins resorted to cycling is a surprise for a champion who has constantly competed for the founding principle of his reign. However, this is an appropriate end to the special cycle that Rollin and Elias sometimes trade sneak attack and team tag action, however, despite a collision. Elias took advantage of Rollin's Apricot throughout the match, Kingsley surprised with a line of clothing in the first moments, which landed on the first neck in the neck. Effects of pain can guitar match of extreme prestige provided Champion impotence against a Managing the Challenger was,

apparently not to mention a cobra rolling clutch in a presentation.

Even the architects began slowly but steadily to gather, the high risk of damage to his neck, the high reward was a crime, the additional knee also modified his knee (a leap Ido) and the ribs were excluded from the splash-frog splash. The Superplex-Falcon Arrow combo was, on the one hand, firmly fighting down Rollin, and when Elias had tried to finish the work of the casserole in a brief debris out of the body rest Rollin, then Kingsley work on instinct and adrenaline He had to be forced. Champion overturned in a roll-up of the Ave bit, which was counter quickly and re-marked and Rollin finally found themselves at the top, took a handful of Panto aka, which is the most An additional benefit was made forget the hard pin Title reign

Rolin vs. Elias
After weeks of stunning attacks, Raw's superstar is looking for his first title in a fight with intercontinental champion Seth Rollin.

Elias understood that the decision was allowed to remain. After all, he did not have much to prove himself as a worthy opponent, but he had forgotten the founding rules of a battle he learned from Rollin a long time: when it comes to this, he must win through.

Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch vs. Ember Moon vs. Lana vs. Natalya vs. Naomi vs. Alexa Bliss vs. Charlotte Flair

The bell rings, and a huge brawl breaks out before the ring immediately clears. Becky Lynch quickly sends ladder into Alexa Bliss. Flair sends Moon into the timekeeper's area. Lynch then baseball slides to ladder into Natalya and Flair. Moon hits Lynch with a summersault senton to the floor and sends Natalya into the ring steps. Moon tries to set the ladder up but stops to dropkick Naomi down. Moon ducks to ladder shot from Banks and kick her. Moon sends Naomi out of the ring and hits step-up enzuigiri on Banks.

Moon. starts setting the ladder up, but Banks gets in the ring. Banks counters to drop-to-hold onto the ladder. Moon then comes off the second rope with a springboard cross-body block. Banks lands on the ladder. That looked nasty. Lana quickly runs in and takes Moon down. Lana hits her with the ladder and hits an X-Factor on the ladder. Lana throws the smaller ladder out of the ring and sets up a bigger ladder. She tries to tip it onto Natalya but misses.

Natalya ducks a clothesline and body slam Lana on the ladder. Natalya then drops Naomi tailbone-first onto the ladder, steps on her, and dropkicks her. Flair gets in the ring and chops away at Natalya before kicking her. Flair hits an exploder and kips up. Lynch gets in the ring and has a tug of war with Flair over a ladder. A loud "Becky" chant fires up. Naomi uses the ladder they're tugging as a bridge to hit a diving clothesline on Natalya. Naomi then dropkicks the ladder to take down Lynch and Flair. Bliss pulls the ladder out of the ring, so Naomi hits her with a plancha. Naomi then hits Banks with a blockbuster on the floor.

Lynch attacks Moon and Naomi as they try to set up a ladder.

They fight her off and hold the ladder up. Lynch climbs the ladder as they hold it up, but the tip its off and drop the ladder on her. They then splash the ladder to take Lynch out. Naomi blocks to kick and hits some wild kicks on Moon. Naomi hits a high kick to the head and tries for a monkey flip, but Moon lands on her feet. Naomi charges, but Moon counters with a hip hop on the ladder leaning in the corner. The moon sets to ladder up across the bottom turnbuckle. Banks pulls Moon on the ladder and kicks Lana. Banks puts Lana on top of Moon and hits a double knee on them. Banks sets the ladder up, but she stops when Flair gets in the ring.

They start to climb the same side of the ladder and knock each other off pretty quickly. Banks counters a suplex, but Flair comes back with a neckbreaker. Flair lays the ladder across the second turnbuckle corner and tries for a Razor's Edge on the ladder, but Banks grabs the other ladder and starts climbing. Flair grabs her, but Natalya comes from behind and tries for a powerbomb. Flair gets out, and Banks is dumped off the ladder on both of them, hitting a sloppy Meteora on the way down.

Bliss runs in, but Lynch stops her and climbs the ladder, punching Banks. Lana slowly sets up a large ladder next to the ladder Banks and Lynch are on. Lana climbs that ladder and punches Banks. Moon joins the climb, and Natalya soon gets in. Banks is knocked off, but she's quick to her feet and pulls Natalya off.

Natalya powerbombs Banks onto the ladder, knocking Lynch down as well.

Flair big boots Natalya down. Lana punches away at Moon on the ladder. Flair leans to the ladder in the corner and grabs Moon off the ladder to a powerbomb onto that ladder! Lana has pulled off the ladder, and Flair takes her out. Flair then grabs Bliss in powerbomb position, but Bliss counters into Code Red. Bliss fights Lana away, but Lana shoves her down.

Bliss slaps her, so Lana takes her down with a big kick to the head. Lana yells it's time to crush and applies the Accolade to Bliss! Lana climbs the large ladder, but Naomi springboards off the top rope and climbs the ladder to knock Lana off. Naomi grabs the briefcase, but Lynch stops her. Lynch sets up the ladder under the briefcase and climbs, but Flair climbs the other side and stares at her. They fight before Bliss knocks the ladder over. Flair lands on her feet and spears Bliss. Flair climbs the ladder, but Banks pulls her off and hits a backstabber. Banks climbs,

but Naomi pulls her off and sends her face-first into the ladder.

Lana pulls Naomi off the ladder and climbs. Natalya takes Lana out with an electric chair drop, and the crowd is booing. Moon takes Natalya out and climbs the ladder, but Flair rips her off the ladder and splashes her onto a ladder leaning in the corner. Lynch tries for a Bexploder on Flair, but she fights out. Lynch keeps trying and connects with a Bexploder. Lynch climbs the ladder and grabs the briefcase, but Bliss tilts the ladder over to send Lynch into a ladder. Bliss then climbs the ladder and retrieves the briefcase.

Winner:- Alexa Bliss

Kurt Angle is gloating to Paige about Alexa Bliss, who is from RAW, winning the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Paige says she’s more than hopeful a Smackdown superstar will win. Angle says these dual branded shows are great. Paige says her roster bleeds blue, so he shouldn’t even try. Baron Corbin comes in and says this isn’t about playing nice with other GMs. Paige rubs it in Corbin’s face that he lost his Money in the Bank cash-in last year. Corbin says RAW has one down and one more to go before walking off. Angle snickers.

Jinder Mahal w/ Sunil Singh vs. Roman Reigns

The bell rings, and Reigns quickly starts punching Mahal. Mahal punches back, but Reigns quickly cuts him off. Reigns send him into the ropes and take him down with a back elbow. The crowd is loudly booing both men before a “CM Punk” chant picks up. Mahal reverses a whip and kicks Reigns. Mahal hits the ropes and nearly botches taking a Samoan Drop. A “BORING” chant picks up. Mahal rolls out of the ring, so Reigns follows him out and punches. Reigns get him in the ring. Reigns snap him off the top rope. An “NXT” chant fires up.

Mahal avoids a Drive-By Dropkick. Sunil Singh then rises from his wheelchair like there’s nothing wrong and sends Reigns into the ring post. Mahal comes outside and attacks Reigns. A “Rusev Day” chant picks up. Mahal gets him in the ring and stomps him. Mahal applies a chin lock. The crowd chants, “This is awful.” Reigns try to fight out, but Mahal keeps it hooked. Reigns fight up, but Mahal hits a headlock takeover. Mahal holds the rest hold for quite some time. Obviously, a beach ball is out in the crowd since the entire crowd is looking somewhere else.

They chant vulgarity at an usher that catches the beachball.

Mahal sends Reigns hard into the turnbuckle and sends him into the barricade outside the ring. Mahal punches him and rolls him into the ring to drop a few elbows. Mahal picks up a two count. This match has really slowed down with Mahal applying rest hold after rest hold. Another beachball is out in the crowd. Mahal finally let's go and misses a knee drop.

Reigns makes his comeback and hits a leaping clothesline. Mahal quickly boots him back and comes off the second rope into an uppercut from Reigns. A wave has now broken out in the crowd. Cameras are doing their best to avoid it. Mahal comes back with a running knee for a near fall. Mahal goes for a Khallas, but Reigns gets out. Mahal gets out a Samoan Drop, and Reigns connects with a big boot for a near fall. The crowd chants, “This match sucks.” Reigns sets up for a Superman Punch, but Mahal ducks it. Mahal elbows him and kicks him back. Mahal hits the Winds of Change for a near fall.

Mahal is bleeding from the side of his left eye.

Crowd is chanting, “End this match.” Reigns backs him into the corner attempting a Khallas and hits a Superman Punch for a near fall. Reigns sets up for a spear, but Mahal kicks him in the face and sends him shoulder-first into the ring post. Mahal punches Reigns on the apron, but Reigns fights him off. Reigns knees him in the face and drops a leg on the back of his neck. Reigns hits a Drive By Dropkick on Mahal and rolls him in the ring. Singh tries to send him into the ring post, but Reigns stops it.

The referee then sees Singh out of his wheelchair. Reigns punches Mahal and hits Singh with a Superman Punch, sending him flying back in the wheelchair. Reigns hits Mahal with a Superman Punch before viciously spearing Singh. Reigns gets in the ring, and Mahal rolls him up for a near fall. Reigns immediately follows up with a spear for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Roman Reigns

Smackdown Women’s Championship
Asuka vs. Carmella (c)

They lock up, but Carmella shoves her away. Carmella sidesteps an attack and moonwalks. Carmella avoids Asuka’s strike combo and puts herself through the ropes. Carmella talks trash and moonwalks on the apron. Carmella gets in the ring, and Asuka blocks a kick. Carmella punches her, but Asuka smiles. Carmella says she’s not scared of Asuka. Asuka hits a running hip attack and digs her hips into Carmella’s face. Asuka punches her a few times before putting her on the apron and kicking away at her. Asuka then hits a running hip attack to knock Carmella to the floor. The crowd gives Carmella a nice ovation. Carmella demands her title be given to her and starts to walk off. Asuka wipes her out with a sliding knee from the apron. Asuka looks down at the title and grabs Carmella.

Carmella quickly pulls her into the ring post-face-first. Carmella gets her in the ring for a two count. Carmella rubs her face on the mat before applying a double chicken wing stretch. Asuka fights it and puts her on her back for a two count. Carmella fights out of an Asuka Lock and kicks Asuka down for a two count. Carmella applies a chin lock to Asuka and screams in her face. Carmella applies a front face-lock, but Asuka fights out. Carmella avoids a missile dropkick and goes for a roundhouse, but Asuka blocks it and applies a kneebar. Carmella immediately grabs the bottom rope and elbows her. Carmella talks trash and shoves her.

Asuka fights up and viciously knees her in the face.

Asuka hits a running dropkick and lets out a primal scream. Asuka kicks away at her and hits a German Suplex. Asuka wipes her out with another hip attack for a two count. Asuka tries for an Asuka Lock, but Carmella grabs the ropes. Asuka charges, but Carmella pulls the ropes down to send her to the floor. Asuka gets on the apron, but Carmella snaps her off the ropes. Carmella then kicks her hands, and Asuka takes a flat back bump on the floor from the apron! Ouch!

Carmella hits a suicide dive and gets her in the ring for a near fall. Carmella screams when she kicks out. Carmella covers again and screams when she kicks out. Carmella tries a third time. Kick out, scream. Asuka murders her with a strike combination and rolls her up for a near fall. Asuka hits a vicious sliding kick to the face. A person dressed in Asuka gear gets on the apron. Asuka and Carmella look confused. Carmella rolls Asuka up for a two count. Asuka knees her in the face and looks back at the person in her gear. It’s revealed to be James Ellsworth! The crowd loudly cheers. Carmella hits a Princess Kick for the win.

Winner and still Smackdown Women’s Champion: Carmella

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. AJ Styles (c) PLease Click

RAW Women’s Championship
Nia Jax (c) vs. Ronda Rousey

The bell rings, and Jax immediately power her into the corner and shoulders away at her. Jax throws her across the ring and avalanches her. Jax throws her across the ring again and goes for an avalanche, but Rousey sidesteps it. Jax grabs her by the throat, but Rousey slaps her hand away and punches away at her. Jax quickly stops her with a head-butt. Jax avalanches her again and grabs her by the ponytail before lifting her up. Jax toys around with her before Rousey applies a Kimura. Jax drops down, and Rousey goes for an armbar.

Jax fights it and gets to her feet, lifting Rousey up. Jax then viciously hits a sit-out powerbomb. Rousey slowly gets to her feet, but she falls through the ropes. Jax goes outside and tries for a powerbomb. Rousey tries to counter into a hurricanrana, but Jax just stays standing. She then whips Rousey into the barricade like a battering ram. Jax gets her in the ring and covers for a near fall. Rousey tries to fight back at her, but to no avail. Jax military presses her and drops her down for a near fall. Jax looks furious. Rousey fights back and applies a guillotine. Jax powers up, so Rousey tries for a sunset flip. She can’t bring Jax down. Jax then slams her down a few times and yells at her before tossing her aside. Jax then applies a bear hug to Rousey.

Quick Match Results

* Daniel Bryan def. Big Cass via Submission
* Bobby Lashley def. Sami Zayn
* Seth Rollins def. Elias to retain the WWE Intercontinental Championship
* Alexa Bliss def. Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Ember Moon, Lana, Natalya, Naomi, and Charlotte Flair to win the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
* Roman Reigns def. Jinder Mahal
* Carmella def. Asuka to retain the Smackdown Women’s Championship
* AJ Styles def. Shinsuke Nakamura to retain the WWE Championship in a Last Man Standing Match
* Ronda Rousey def. Nia Jax via DQ; Jax retains the RAW Women’s Championship
* Alexa Bliss def. Nia Jax to win the RAW Women’s Championship after cashing in her Money in the Bank contract
* Braun Strowman def. Samoa Joe, Finn Balor, Rusev, Kevin Owens, Bobby Roode, The Miz, and Kofi Kingston to win the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match

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