Drew McIntyre opens up the show with a promo. McIntyre vows to win the Money In The Bank Ladder match and cash-in after Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar destroy each other in a Last Man Standing match. Sheamus comes out and says McIntyre doesn’t belong in the MITB Ladder match. Sheamus said McIntyre’s only experience with MITB is getting cashed in on.
As for Sheamus, he actually has won MITB before, and cashed in on Roman Reigns. Paul Heyman now makes his way out along with Adam Pierce. Heyman says both men are right, Roman Reigns will be vulnerable to a cash-in after MITB. With that, he’s here to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Pierce then says WWE higher ups have overruled his decision, and neither Sheamus nor McIntyre will be a part of the MITB Ladder match. Unless, they’re able to defeat The Usos in a Tag Team match together tonight.
Money In The Bank Qualifying match: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Sami Zayn
A big helluva kick from Zayn, and he gets the three count for the win.
Winner: Sami Zayn
The New Day (Xavier Woods & Kofi Kingston) vs. Jinder Mahal and Shanky
Before the match gets started, The New Day get on the mic and say nobody wants to see this match, because we’ve seen it before. Instead, they want to give the people what they want, a dancing Shanky. Woods then begins playing his trombone and Shanky dances to a cheering crowd. Mahal then scolds Shanky, after which Shanky shoves him back, and Mahal leaves the ring.
A horn begins blaring, and from behind The Viking Raiders attack Shanky and The New Day from behind. They lay waste to THe New Day to end the segment.
Sonya Deville is backstage with Adam Pierce. Deville says that people are talking about how Pierce is out of touch with the way he’s treating the women’s division. She then complains that all the other women are getting opportunities, while she hasn’t. Pierce says she has a Handicap match with Lacey Evans and Raquel Rodriguez. And it’s next.
Handicap match: Lacey Evans and Raquel Rodriguez vs. Sonya Deville
Deville comes out to the ring with Shayna Bayzler and Xia Li flanking her. Evans gets the win for her team with a Women’s Right.
Winners: Evans and Rodriguez
After the match, Bayzler and Li hit the ring and attack Rodriguez and Evans. Evans and Rodriguez rally back and are able to fend them off.
The Street Profits are backstage and have a brief comedic segment with Madcap Moss.
Ronda Rousey’s music hits and Natalya comes out dressed as Rousey, pushing a baby stroller. Natalya cuts a promo as if she’s Rousey, joking about almost tapping out to Natalya two weeks ago when she attacked her from behind. Rousey comes out to the ring and takes a dig at Natalya having plastic surgery. She then says the closest Natalya has ever gotten to being a main attraction is dressing up like her. Rousey then rips her jacket off and they have a shoving match. Natalya escapes and Rousey holds the belt high up to end the segment.
We get a backstage interview with Sheamus and McIntyre hyping up their tag team match tonight. They bicker back and forth before Sheamus leaves.
Intercontinental Championship Match: Gunther (c) vs. Ricochet
Gunther retains his title after a massive powerbomb for the three count.
Winner AND STILL Intercontinental Champion: Gunther
Women’s Money In The Bank Qualifying Match: Tamina vs. Shotzi
Shotzi nails Tamina with the Never Wake up for the three count and the victory.
The Viking Raiders are on the big screen cutting a promo after their attack on The New Day last week. They say that nobody will get in their way.
We get a backstage segment with Adam Pierce and Max Dupri. Dupri again delays the debut of his models because Pierce didn’t accommodate their locker room properly.
Pat McAfee gets on the mic and discusses his confrontation with Baron Corbin last week. McAfee challenges Corbin to a match at SummerSlam.
Drew McIntyre and Sheamus vs. The Usos
McIntyre picked up the win for he and Sheamus with a Claymore.
Winners: Drew McIntyre and Sheamus.
After the match, the two celebrate on either corner as we go off air.
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