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WWE Champion AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (Last Man Standing Match)
Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Raw Women’s Champion Nia Jax vs. Ronda Rousey
SmackDown Women’s Champion Carmella vs. Asuka
Roman Reigns vs. Jinder Mahal
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bludgeon Brothers vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson
Bobby Lashley vs. Sami Zayn
Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins vs. Elias
Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass
Money In The Bank Kickoff: 6 pm EST
Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match: The Bludgeon Brothers (c) vs. Gallows & Anderson
Bell sounds and Erick Rowan starts things off against Luke Gallows. Gallows gets the early advantage and takes it to Rowan. Everyone ends up in the ring and Rowan and Luke Harper end up getting tossed out of the ring. Outside now and Gallows is thrown up the aisle and Anderson is dropped onto the ring apron. The Bludgeon Brothers rolls Anderson into the ring and it cuts to commercial.
Back again and Harper is dominating Anderson. He catapults Anderson’s throat across the bottom rope and pins for a 2-count. Rowan tags in, hits a backbreaker and levels Anderson with a clothesline. Harper tags in and Anderson tries to mount an offense but Harper gets him down and drops an elbow on him. Rowan tags in and hits a standing splash on Anderson for a 2-count. He slaps on a submission. Anderson stands and tries to get back in it but Rowan lays him flat with a clothesline.
Finally, Anderson knocks Harper off the apron and moves as Rowan goes charging shoulder-first into the ring-post. Harper runs in and Anderson hits him with a spinebuster and tags Gallows. Gallows comes in hot and he clobbers Harper. He kicks Rowan off the apron and plants Harper with a pump-handle slam. Anderson hits Rowan on the outside with a slingshot cross-body from the ring. Harper kicks Gallows to the mat and gets a near-fall. Gallows and Anderson nearly hit the Magic Killer but The Bludgeon Brothers counter with their finisher and a 3-count.
Winners: The Bludgeon Brothers (c)
— WWE (@WWE) June 17, 2018
WWE Money In The Bank: 7 pm EST
Singles Match: Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass
Bell sounds and Bryan jogs around Cass. They tie up and Cass pushes Bryan back into the corner. Cass winds up for a punch but Bryan moves and lands some shots. Bryan looks for a heel hook but Cass pushes him off. Bryan goes to work on the legs of Cass, trying to chop the big man down. Cass whips Bryan into the corner and Bryan flips over it to the apron. Then Cass body-checks Bryan, who goes flying off the apron to the floor. Cass makes his way outside and then presses Bryan above his head and drops his face on the edge of the ring.
Back inside now and Cass lands some punches and then drops an elbow on the small of Bryan’s back. Cass pins for a 2-count. Cass smiles and raises his arm smugly and gets booed by the crowd. The crowd then chants Bryan’s name, trying to rally him. Cass squeezes Bryan with a bearhug. Bryan strikes his way out of the hold and the crowd chants “Yes” at each shot. Bryan tries to gain some momentum but Cass counters his efforts with a big slam for a 2-count. Cass taunts Bryan as he crawls in pain. Cass then splashes Bryan in the corner and mocks the “Yes” gestures. The crowd boos.
Cass charges Bryan in the corner and Bryan moves, sending Cass crashing into the turnbuckle. Bryan starts trying to chop Cass down again with kicks and then he hits a couple dragonscrews. Cass holds his freshly rehabbed knee but Bryan continues to pressure, dropping Cass’ kneecap on the edge of the ring. Bryan lands relentless shots to Cass’ knee and then throws his leg into the ring post a couple times. Cass pushes Bryan off but Bryan jumps to the top rope and dropkicks Cass in the back.
Bryan goes corner to corner with dropkicks on Cass. Cass tries to counter with a slam but Bryan transitions into the Yes Lock. Cass endures and reaches the ropes to break the hold. The crowd sighs disappointedly and Cass rolls to the outside for a breather. Bryan nails Cass with a wrecking-ball dropkick. Then he goes to the top rope and delivers a flying clothesline out onto Cass on the floor. Back in the ring and Bryan goes to the top rope again but Cass knocks him loose and Bryan is crotched.
Cass lands some shots and the crowd chants, “Big Cass sucks!” He goes up and hits Bryan with a fallaway slam off the top rope. Cass pins but Bryan kicks out. Cass puts Bryan in the torture rack. Cass ends up dropping Bryan on his face from that position and pins for a 2-count. Cass runs at Bryan and misses with a clothesline. Now Bryan takes advantage and lands some Yes Kicks. As he winds up for the last one, Cass grabs him by the throat. They jockey for position and Bryan ends up landing the final Yes Kick and starts a thunderous “Yes” chant from the crowd.
Bryan charges towards Cass but gets levelled with a big boot. Cass pins. 1-2-… but Bryan kicks out. The crowd cheers and chants Bryan’s name. Cass is frustrated and tries to think of what to do next. Cass decides to apply the torture rack again and then tries to drop Bryan on his face again. Bryan lands on his feet and then returns fire with his big knee. Bryan slaps on the Heel Hook and forces Cass to submit.
Winner: Daniel Bryan
HEEL GETS HOOKED.
MAT GETS TAPPED.
— WWE (@WWE) June 17, 2018