Bobby Lashley is still doing the work of the McMahon’s. He pulled off the attack of Roman Reigns and Miz while Shane O’Mac pulled the distraction.
We saw Apollo Crews for the first time in months and found out that he’s actually a SmackDown member. The returning Crews put over the new look Mojo Rawley via a feigned injury.
The men’s Money in the Bank match was put to a preview through Ricochet and Baron Corbin. We were treated to the sight of just how nifty Ricochet really is while being aligned with a man the size of Corbin.
Three of the four women in the Money in the Bank ladder match were highlighted in a fatal four-way. Naomi and the crew were really there to put Nikki Cross on as the plan was soon revealed to sub her into the match for Alexa Bliss.
There was a bit of basking in glory to start the night. The fleet of foot, Keith Lee, all but destroyed Cezar Bononi.
The Vanessa Borne and Aaliyah show was in full effect against Jesse.
We’re back with the Street Profits putting themselves in the Tag Team championship picture. A couple other teams felt some type of way about being left out and cost the Profits their match.
A KnockOuts battle royal kicked off the broadcast for a change. Kiera Hogan made the final two, or so we thought. I’m not relieved to see her get eliminated before getting more of her new feisty character, but she didn’t get that clothesline from a full grown ass man.
Michael Elgin attacked Willie Mack so Rich Swann had to play the role of avenger. He didn’t get too far before all the other players came to the party, including Mack.
Money In The Bank
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