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WWE Money in the Bank 2019 Results

Good evening, everyone, and welcome to Hartford, CT. Welcome to “Money in the Bank”! Tonight, six championships will be on the line, including the WWE Universal Championship, the WWE Championship, and both Raw and Smackdown Women’s Championship. There’s also a Steel Cage Match, as well as both the Men’s and Women’s “Money in the Bank” Ladder Matches. So, without further ado, let’s get started!

  1. “The New” Daniel Bryan and Rowan vs. The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso). Winners: The Usos!
  2. Naomi vs. Bayley vs. Mandy Rose (w/ Sonya Deville) vs. Natalya vs. Ember Moon vs. Nikki Cross vs. Dana Brooke vs. Carmella: Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match: Winner and NEW Miss Money in the Bank: Bayley!
  3. Samoa Joe vs. Rey Mysterio: WWE United States Championship. Winner and NEW United States Champion: Rey Mysterio!
  4. Shane McMahon vs. The Miz: Steel Cage Match. Winner: Shane McMahon!
  5. Tony Nese vs. Ariya Daivari: WWE Cruiserweight Championship. Winner and STILL Cruiserweight Champion: Tony Nese!
  6. Lacey Evans vs. Becky Lynch: Raw Women’s Championship. Winner and STILL Raw Women’s Champion: Becky Lynch!
  7. Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch: Smackdown Women’s Championship. Winner and NEW Smackdown Women’s Champion: Charlotte Flair!
  8. Charlotte Flair vs. Bayley: Smackdown Women’s Championship. Winner and NEW Smackdown Women’s Champion: Bayley!
  9. Elias vs. Roman Reigns. Winner: Roman Reigns!
  10. AJ Styles vs. Seth Rollins: WWE Universal Championship. Winner and STILL Universal Champion: Seth Rollins!
  11. Kevin Owens vs. Kofi Kingston: WWE Championship. Winner and STILL WWE Champion: Kofi Kingston!
  12. Baron Corbin vs. Ali vs. Randy Orton vs. Finn Balor vs. Andrade vs. Ricochet vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Brock Lesnar (w/ Paul Heyman): Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match: Winner and NEW Mr. Money in the Bank: Brock Lesnar!

What can I say? Tonight, there were ups and downs. I don’t think I’ve seen so many ups and downs on a roller coaster. The night started off strong, then it wavered until the end when it just went off the rails. Now for the ups: having Bayley win the Money in the Bank match, was a nice surprise. I probably would’ve liked to see Dana Brooke win it, or Nikki Cross but, Bayley is a good choice. The match between Becky and Lacey was alright, wasn’t the best, but, wasn’t the worst match of the night. Having Becky go back-to-back in her matches, just solidified the hole she dug herself in. Unfortunately, she couldn’t get all the way out. Then, with Bayley coming down to cash in, on Charlotte, just proves that Bayley can hang with Charlotte, in my eyes. The AJ/Seth match was amazing. One of the best matches of the night, including the Kofi/Kevin match. What made the AJ/ Seth match just a bit better, was the sportsmanship after the match. Both men took it to the limit and tonight, Seth was just a bit better. The Kofi/Kevin match was good, too. It proved that Kofi didn’t need Xavier Woods out at ringside to keep his championship. He even did it without shoes!

Now, for the downs. I thought how Shane won the Steel Cage Match was cheap. Having slipped out of his shirt in order to do so. Also, I the ref messed up at one point during the match. All in all The Miz should’ve won, but whatever. Once again, I have to mention the Becky Lynch matches.  I get why they did what they did but, there shouldve been a bit of a breather. Just my opinion. Finally, Brock Lesnar is back. Not only is he back, but he won the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder match. I get it. Its suppose to set up for the “Super Showdown” in Saudi Arabia.  I just hope that Seth can retain there, as I love seeing the championship on “Raw” every week. But, alas, I have a feeling that Lesnar is going to dominate, and walk away the Universal Champion once again. And, once again, he will show up when he pleases. That’s not how a champion is supposed to be, and quite frankly, people are sick of it. At least, I know I am. Get it through your heads WWE, unless Brock Lesnar shows up each week, and defends the championshio each month, like a real defending champion, nobody wants him as champion. But, that’s just my opinion. See you all next time!

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