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WWE Money In The Bank results, ranking: John Cena vs Reigns

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John Cena come back WWE at the end of Money In The Bank when the company achieved its first pay-per-view success with a large number of users over the past year.

The Hollywood superstar hasn’t been seen in a wrestling ring since he lost to ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 36, ​​and the crowd erupted into one of the biggest cheers of all time as the sound hit His music became a hit.

He’s off the field to face Roman Reigns, who just won an incredible main event against Edge to retain his Universal championship.

Audiences in Fort Worth were on fire for most of the night but they found another level for Cena, who soaked up the praise and mockery of the Chief of the Tribe when the show aired.

The final 10 minutes of the show gave everyone a pretty good indication of where the company was headed for SummerSlam, with The Suicide Squad and the F9 star sure to challenge Reigns next month in Las Vegas.

It seems almost certain that fans will be pitted against Edge by Seth Rollins in his first appearance in years, as Drip King has lost his chance to win the R Superstar Reviewer’s title.

Edge and Reigns delivered a masterful level of storytelling, starting slowly to let the crowd recover from the relentless roller coaster ride of the men’s Money In The Bank ladder match.

They are in high form, taking everyone on a very different thrill ride, seeing Roman hold back the gold after Rollins hit Edge with the referee knocking down.

The two opponents scuffled in the crowd moment before Roman picked up the mic and Cena cut in, providing a compelling end to a pay-per-view.

Usos win gold, Nikki ASH and Big E take the title for sure and Bobby Lashley takes out Kofi Kingston

In one of the most action and eventful Kickoffs in recent memory, The Usos stole Team SmackDown Tag Trophies from The Mysterios.

The two teams had a great game that should have played out perfectly at home with any PPV main card, with Jimmy Uso diving for the 619 bullet instead of Jey being the clear highlight.

The main program begins with the Women’s Money Ladder Match with all eight women getting a chance to shine.

These matches are always a car accident in the best way, and even end in chaos when Nikki ASH rushes to the top and unpacks her briefcase with six of her competitors scuffle on the ladder and Alexa Bliss being killed. buried under more at the ring.

Backstage, Roman Reigns is at his best manipulative as he takes credit for Jimmy and Jey’s tag team title win and the Bloodline put on a united front.

This was followed by the Tag Raw Team Title as Omos and AJ Styles defeated The Viking Raiders in a hilarious match that featured the champions in a unique way.

The giant needed to put a little effort into his sales, but that was a tough one considering his relatively young age and inexperience.

WWE Champion Bobby Lashley looks more dominant than he has been in months when he anh Kofi Kingston is completely destroyed in their title game.

This isn’t the extent of Brock Lesnar defeating the New Day man in seconds, though that’s only because All Mighty toyed with his enemies before sending him away with Hurt Lock.

Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair have a mission that couldn’t be better than battling chants of ‘we want Becky’, but The second one raised the middle finger.

It is also symbolic of their reaction in the box, as the superstars turned the tide and ended up hearing chants of ‘great’ as they made a great clash.

In the end, Flair took the victory and the Raw Woman Title when Nightmare mined.

With the greatest respect for all that came before, the men’s team’s Money In The Bank has completely stolen the show and is set to become one of the best in the match’s long history. .

Everyone has a chance to shine (Ricochet in particular deserves a special mention) and that has become a point anyone can count on to win.

The One And Only stunned everyone present by walking on tight ropes, jumping up steps, and then turning Riddle’s attempt to propel him into an unbelievable dive outside.

Jinder Mahal, Shanky and Veer took down Drew McIntyre, while Kevin Owens was hit with the scariest bump when Seth Rollins knocked him over a ladder in the penalty area.

It looked like Rollins was ready to win, but Big E knocked Big Ending off the stairs and climbed back up to hold onto the briefcase as fans went wild.

SmackDown Savior spoke about his loss backstage, blaming Edge for his missed opportunity to win Universal on MITB itself.


WWE Money In The Bank Results and Scores

  • Kickoff – SmackDown Tag Team Title: The Usos defeated The Mysterios (c) (REMOVE)
  • Money in the bank: Nikki ASH defeated Zelina Vega, Liv Morgan, Naomi, Natalya, Tamina, Asuka and Alexa Bliss (REMOVE)
  • Raw card Team Title: Omos and AJ Styles (c) defeat The Viking Raiders (B-)
  • WWE Title: Bobby Lashley (c) defeated Kofi Kingston (A to make)
  • Raw Female Title: Charlotte Flair knocks Rhea Ripley (c) out (A-)
  • Money in the bank: Big E defeated Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, Shinsuke Nakamura, Ricochet, John Morrison, Riddle and Drew McIntyre (A)
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