Here's a Fight Size Update for the 2018 'Money In The Bank' PPV.
- The "Good Brothers" Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows were unsuccessful in removing the SmackDown Live Tag Team Championships from the clutches of The Bludgeon Brothers. Although they were not successful, Karl Anderson still took to Twitter to thank the Chicago faithful who were on he and Gallows' side for the entire match.
- Daniel Bryan made Big Cass tap out for a second straight PPV match between the two. Following the match Daniel Bryan shared his thoughts on the bout and stated that he feels like Big Cass could not hang with him stamina wise.
- Seth Rollins successfully retained his WWE Intercontinental Championship and is continuing the age of Rollins. There are videos of both Seth Rollins and his opponent Elias discussing their efforts in the match on WWE's YouTube channel.
- Alexa Bliss became a 5-time WWE Women's Champion tonight. Bliss won the Women's Money In The Bank Ladder match and later on in the night she cashed in after causing the Ronda Rousey and Nia Jax bout to end in a disqualification. Bliss executed her "Twisted Bliss" finishing maneuver onto Nia Jax and became the new RAW Women's Champion.
- James Ellsworth made his return to WWE tonight as he assisted Carmella in defeating Asuka and retaining the SmackDown Live Women's Championship. Ellsworth arose from underneath the ring dressed in Asuka-like gear which threw "The Empress Of Tomorrow" off her game and cost her yet another loss and the SmackDown Live Women's Title.
- Both Roman Reigns and Jinder Mahal reflected on their matches which are available to watch on WWE's YouTube channel.
- AJ Styles put an end to his feud with Shinsuke Nakamura in a 'Last Man Standing" match as AJ gave Nakamura a piece of his own medicine by delivering a "low-blow" to Shinsuke and capped it off with a "Phenomenal Forearm" to retain his WWE Championship.
- Braun Strowman won the men's Money In The Bank Ladder match in dominating fashion as he is now the man with the power and holds the future of his career in his hands.