The show kicked off with The Miz hosting Miz TV with Roman Reigns as the special guest.
Reigns, who was one of SmackDown stars taking advantage of the Wild Card Rule and crossing over to RAW, lashed out at his Money in the Bank opponent Elias claiming he hasn’t achieved anything in WWE.
The A-Lister followed suit by venting his frustrations on Shane McMahon, whom he will face this Sunday at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut in a Steel Cage Match.
The ex-WWE Champion claimed McMahon never earned anything and had it all handed to him by his father and owner of WWE.
Shane interrupted the segment while Elias and Bobby Lashley attacked Reigns and Miz from behind.
The ex-SmackDown Commissioner then announced a Tag Team Match between The Big Dog and The A-Lister against The Drifter and Lashley.
Roman Reigns and The Miz def. Elias and Bobby Lashley via DQ
Shane McMahon pulled Roman Reigns off the turnbuckle just when The Miz was ready to make the hot tag.
Elias and Bobby Lashley then attacked Miz at ringside but Reigns took them out with a Suicide Dive.
The A-Lister then took out the opposition with a steel chair whereas The Big Dog delivered a pair of devastating Superman Punches.
Mojo Rawley def. Apollo Crews
Apollo Crews picked up a knee injury following a front flip.
Mojo Rawley took advantage of the injury and finished him off with an Alabama Slam.
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Lacey Evans and Charlotte Flair slammed RAW and SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lunch through a wooden table with a Double Powerbomb.
Things got heated when Lynch pointed out that she will not be the only one dealing with pressure when she has to defend the RAW and SmackDown Women’s Championships against Evans and Chatlotte respectively at Money in the Bank.
The Man pointed out that The Southern Belle can’t afford to lose her first title match and The Queen can’t fail in her ‘millionth’ try.
Baron Corbin def. Ricochet
Baron Cornin picked up a lot of momentum ahead of the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match when he defeated Ricochet.
The One and Only tried to hit Corbin with a DDT but The Lone Wolf countered it into the End of Days.
After the bout the ex- Acting RAW General Manager climbed a ladder and tried to retrieve the Money in the Bank briefcase signifying what’s to come on Sunday.
But Ricochet pushed him off the top in front of the jubilant crowd.
Nikki Cross def. Naomi, Natalya and Dana Brooke
Nikki Cross replaced Alexa Bliss due to personal issues and changed the dynamics of the upcoming Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
Scottish superstar Cross pinned Natalya with a Neckbreaker from the middle rope in front of a jubilant British crowd.
Bliss, who did commentary during the match, walked to the ring, picked up a ladder and climbed to the top to unhook the briefcase with the help of the ex-NXT star.
Cross and The Goddess seem to have formed an alliance ahead of this Sunday’s Pay-Per-View show.
Rey Mysterio def. Cesaro
Cesaro crashed an interview that saw Rey Mysterio lashing out at US Champion Samoa Joe ahead of their match at Money in the Bank.
Mysterio was angered by Joe for confronting his son Dominic backstage last week.
Cesaro then went too far by claiming Dominic is not the three-time world champion’s son because he’s bigger than him.
The two brawled backstage and the match was set.
Mysterio won the stunning encounter with the 619 and got a lot of momentum ahead of this Sunday.
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Bray Wyatt aired his creepiest vignette yet.
Wyatt hosted another Firefly Fin House episode that saw him revealing a secret.
The ex-WWE Champion then transformed into a dark, eerie and demonic character that the WWE Universe has never seen before.
Sami Zayn def. Braun Strowman (Falls Count Anywhere Match)
Sami Zayn insisted he deserves to be in the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match more than Braun Strowman.
Zayn urged Shane McMahon to make the change a week after Strowman brutalised him and threw him in the garbage.
McMahon decided to put them in a Falls Count Anywhere Match with the winner earning a spot at Money in the Bank.
The Monster Among Men dominated the fight but Baron Corbin and Drew McIntyre interfered.
The RAW stars slammed Strowman through a ladder and handed Zayn the victory.
But Corbin and McIntyre threw Zayn back to the super heavyweight who chokeslammed him through a table.
Zayn has now taken Strowman’s place at the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
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