WWE Money in the Bank 2019 Results: Two Ladder Matches, Rollins vs. Styles and More!

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Match Card

Pre-Show

The Usos defeated Daniel Bryan and Rowan

Main Show

Women's Money in the Bank

Bayley defeated Natalya, Dana Brooke, Naomi, Mandy Rose, Ember Moon, Carmella and Nikki Cross

WWE United States Title

Rey Mysterio defeated Samoa Joe to become NEW US Champion

Steel Cage

Shane McMahon defeated The Miz

WWE Cruiserweight Title

Tony Nese defeated Ariya Daivari to retain his Cruiserweight Title

RAW Women's Title

Becky Lynch defeated Lacey Evans to RETAIN her RAW Women's Title

SmackDown Women's Title

Charlotte Flair defeated Becky Lynch to become NEW SmackDown Women's Champion

SmackDown Women's Title

Bayley defeated Charlotte Flair to become NEW Champion SmackDown Women's Champion

Roman Reigns defeated Elias

WWE Universal Title

Seth Rollins defeated AJ Styles to RETAIN his Universal Title

WWE Title

Kofi Kingston defeated Kevin Owens to RETAIN his WWE Title

Men's Money in the Bank

Brock Lesnar defeated Ricochet, Drew McIntyre, Baron Corbin, Ali, Finn Balor, Andrade and Randy Orton


Live Coverage

Pre-Show

Our pre-show is underway, initially with a panel of Jonathan Coachman, Sam Roberts, Charly Caruso and David Otunga. We begin with a quick run-down of tonight's card before moving to an interview with Becky Lynch. She says that tonight, she evens the odds, showing Lacey what Charlotte already knows, 'The Man' is hard to beat when the pressure is on. While Becky could duck or dodge, she's here to make her title reigns meaningful, not plentiful. Tonight, the double-champ dishes out double-beatings.

In response, Lacey Evans says that Lynch is like trash, the longer it sits, the longer it rots. Tonight, Becky ends up in the bin and Evans takes her belt, just like Flair will later.

A preview of the WWE Title match followed, Kevin Owens says it's simply of how he wants to win tonight. Either way, he ends Kofi Kingston's dream and gives him a reality check. He says Kofi is a great role model and as a result, should leave Woods backstage tonight.

Selfie promo time next as Nikki Cross says that she's giving Alexa a chance. While it upsets her that Bliss can't compete tonight, she has to make the most of her opportunity. Following that, Beth Phoenix and Sonya Deville joined the panel. Zelina Vega soon interrupted, dismissing Deville and constantly bickering with her from there.

Daniel Bryan and Rowan vs. The Usos

The Usos cut a pre-match promo here, calling their opponents "Spongebob and Patrick" and getting fans fired up. Once the bell rung, Jimmy and Bryan got this one underway, with the RAW team building momentum early until Rowan tackled Jey to the mat in an instant. He then slowed things down, grabbing a hold in center ring. Bryan then joined in on the act, landing his patented corner dropkicks but then running into a Samoan Drop. Jey then avoided Rowan too, tagging in Jimmy and allowing him to run wild on the big man.

Rowan then turned the tide though, landing Jackhammer out of nowhere before heading up top to superplex both. That allowed Bryan's entry, trading strikes with Jey before falling victim to a Superkick. He avoided The Uso Splash though, catching LeBell Lock until Jimmy broke it up. Both then combined, wiping out Rowan and closing the show via Double Uce on the former WWE Champion.

Winners: The Usos

Main Show

Women's Money in the Bank

Naomi vs. Carmella vs. Nikki Cross vs. Mandy Rose vs. Ember Moon vs. Dana Brooke vs. Natalya vs. Bayley

A brawl got this one underway, with Cross retrieving a ladder and flooring a group of foes right away. Ember and Dana then took control, with the former spearing her foe as Cross grabbed a sleeperhold. She was slammed free for her troubles, with Rose then running up the ladder for a big knee. Carmella then removed her but Natalya came in too, with Naomi soon flurrying regardless. Bayley and Rose then met in center ring but Carmella soon stood alone, landing a superkick but being cut off by Mandy.

Ember was swiftly back on top either way, will all the women then grabbing ladders as Naomi used them as her own mini-obstacle course, taking out all involved until Natalya cut her off. Brooke and Ember then clashed, with the former coming out on top until Bayley rallied in response. She then had a chance to climb the ladder but Rose halted those plans, combining with Natalya to sandwich her in the middle. Split-legged moonsault followed and after a wild race, only Brooke remained.

She positioned the ladder but Rose met her at the top. Brooke hung from the briefcase in response and others scrambled up the ladder themselves. Natalya took them out though, turning into an Eclipse as Moon was then taken out by Rose. Carmella then returned, halting Rose and leaving her laying on the ramp-way. She then looked to climb the ladder herself but Deville stopped her, yanking Carmella's leg and landing a spear. Sonya then sent Rose back in, hoping she'd climb the ladder for the win.

Instead, Deville had to carry Rose up the ladder but Bayley cut them off, pushing both down and taking the briefcase.

Winner: Bayley

In her post-match interview, Bayley said that she's on SmackDown to prove a point. Tonight, she showed she's not just Bayley, she's Ms Money in the Bank.

- Elsewhere, Triple H spoke on the phone as Sami Zayn looked for Shane McMahon. He told Helmsley that he can't prepare due to Strowman's antics but was told to calm down as Braun has been banned from the building. Helmsley refused to offer Zayn protection though.

WWE United States Title

Rey Mysterio vs. Samoa Joe (C)

The champion went to work with strikes right away, flooring his foe but then being stunned by a hurricanrana. Seated Senton followed but Joe fired back, landing a sudden chop until out of nowhere, Rey countered a power-bomb for the roll-up win. It seemed Joe had his left shoulder up though.

Winner and NEW US Champion: Rey Mysterio

Post-match, Dominic came down to celebrate with Rey but Joe halted them, assaulting Mysterio and then focusing on his son. While staring Dominic down, Joe launched Rey to the mat. daring him to enter as he landed a senton. Joe then bailed, proud of his handywork.

- Elsewhere, Braun went to work, destroying the backstage area in his hunt for Sami Zayn.

Steel Cage

Shane McMahon vs. The Miz

'The Best in the World' immediately looked to escape, being dragged back to center ring as he looked for nothing but safety. Miz dominated instead though, running wild until Shane caught his kick and power-bombed him into the cage. McMahon was now in control, landing an array of strikes and launching his foe into the fence. Coast to Coast was his next plan but Miz caught him, applying the Figure 4 Leglock. Shane scurried to the door in response, kicking free but being dragged back in by Miz.

McMahon brought a chair with him, being cut off as Miz took the chair instead. He made his foe pay, unleashing an assault with the chair and then hitting Skull Crushing Finale on it too. McMahon got his foot on the bottom rope though and the referee incorrectly stopped his count. A Super Skull Crushing Finale was his next thought but McMahon barely fought free. He then began to climb but Miz used a chair to cut him off, heading up as a brawl commenced.

Miz came out on top, yanking McMahon off the top and hitting a splash for 2. Shane fired back, catching the triangle choke. He then looked to escape through the door but Miz halted him again, forcing McMahon up and thinking superplex. However, McMahon slid free of his shirt, falling to the floor and scoring the win.

Winner: Shane McMahon

Backstage, Triple H and others found Sami Zayn hanging by his feet.

WWE Cruiserweight Title

Ariya Daivari vs. Tony Nese (C)

The challenger went to work right away, landing some jabs but then falling victim to a perfect Nese flurry. Daivari then cut him off though, taking control and blinding Nese along the way. In total control, Daivari then applied an inverted Boston Crab but Nese rallied, landing a salvo of forearms, making a comeback and scoring his springboard moonsault for 2. Daivari responded though, nailing an inverted DDT for 2. A high knee came next, rocking Nese and avoiding the Pumphandle Driver too.

Daivari then kicked his foe the floor, following him to the outside and yanking him off the top as well. Nese responded, landing his signature dive and then hitting a 450 Splash for 2. He then run into a superkick, landing his splash off the top and then the lariat also. Nese still kicked out though, rallying and scoring Running Knese for the win.

Winner and STILL Champion: Tony Nese

Backstage, Braun told Triple H that he knew nothing about Zayn's predicament. In response, he asked Strowman to leave and 'The Monster Among Men' did exactly that.

Zayn is out of tonight's match and Braun isn't his replacement either.

RAW Women's Title

Lacey Evans vs. Becky Lynch (C)

The champion scored with a dropkick right away, going to work with strikes and a throw as well. Lynch followed her to the floor too, launching Lacey into the barricade and preventing her from escaping too. Evans then cut Becky off though, yanking her to the mat and slowing things down. She then focused on Lynch's arm, stomping away and then sweeping Becky's leg also. An elbow drop followed and Evans next grabbed a hold.

She stopped along the way though, wiping away some perspiration but only firing Becky up as a result. Lynch rallied with strikes, heading up and hitting a forearm off the middle rope. A brawl commenced from there but the champion came out on top, flurrying with signature offense and scoring a dropkick off the top rope. Lynch next planned a leg drop but Evans evaded, landing a cutter of sorts and then a big knee for 2. Becky responded by briefly catching Dis-Arm-Her but Evans made the bottom rope, chop-blocking Lynch and attempting a quick roll-up.

The champion countered though, catching her hold and retaining the RAW Women's Title.

Winner and STILL Champion: Becky Lynch

Post-match, Charlotte Flair arrived, signaling Lynch back to the ring as their match is right now.

SmackDown Women's Title

Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch (C)

The challenger immediately tackled her foe into the corner, going to work until some strikes fought her off. Flair avoided Lynch's forearm though and briefly took control, heading up top only for Becky to yank her off. Charlotte responded with chops, battering Becky until the champion fired back via enzuigiri. Flair caught her follow-up though, applying Boston Crab until Lynch scrambled to the bottom rope. A brawl then begun, trading physical shots until both women were floored.

The battle then continued, with Becky thinking Dis-Arm-Her as Flair then failed to land Natural Selection in response. Instead, Flair went flying to the floor and as the referee counted, Evans returned to land Women's Right. Flair seized and after almost succumbing to an inside cradle, closed the show via sudden big boot.

Winner and NEW Champion: Charlotte Flair

Post-match, Lynch jumped Evans but paid the price, falling victim to the numbers game as Flair assisted Lacey in her retort. The pair dominated Becky until suddenly, Bayley made the save. She wiped out Evans and then brawled with Flair, evading the new champion and CASHING IN her briefcase too!

SmackDown Women's Title

Bayley vs. Charlotte Flair (C)

Immediately dragging her foe into position, Bayley headed up top and landed the elbow drop, becoming new champion in a matter of moments.

Winner and NEW Champion: Bayley

Elias vs. Roman Reigns

Elsewhere, Roman Reigns looked to be heading to the ring when suddenly Elias appeared behind him, leaving his foe laying with a heavy guitar shot to the spine. Elias then made his way to the ring, grabbing an electric guitar and reiterating his status as SmackDown Live's greatest acquisition of all time. He then took a shot at the crowd, using his electric guitar to assist him for a full song about their awfulness. However, as Elias looked to leave, Roman Reigns arrived. 'The Big Dog' landed a Superman Punch on the ramp, throwing his foe back into the ring and as the bell rung, scoring Spear for the win.

Winner: Roman Reigns

WWE Universal Title

AJ Styles vs. Seth Rollins (C)

These two met in the middle here with an intense lock-up, grappling for position before reaching a stalemate. Rollins soon upped the ante though, landing a sudden clothesline and then launching Styles into the corner. The champion wasn't in control though, next running into a dropkick out of nowhere. The challenger went to work from there, scoring a sharp backbreaker but then being stopped in his tracks by a Rollins counter. Both men then fought on the apron, with AJ thinking Styles Clash before settling for a sliding knee instead.

Rollins fired back though, landing his signature dive to the outside twice. A brawl then commenced in center ring, with both men landing strikes until Rollins scored Slingblade as well as a springboard clothesline for 2. Kawada Kicks came next but AJ responded, landing Ushigoroshi only for Rollins to retort with a Buckle Bomb. He followed up also, nailing a big splash off the top for 2. Styles returned fire before long, landing a German Suplex and slamming Rollins out of the Torture Rack as well.

The champion kicked out and avoided Phenomenal Forearm too, setting AJ up and hitting a spectacular inverted superplex/falcon arrow combination. Styles was equal to it though, getting his shoulder up and soon catching Calf Crusher in transition. Rollins rolled through, creating space and breaking the hold only to eat a springboard inverted DDT for his troubles. AJ halted him an instant regardless, landing a sharp kick to leave both men floored.

A strike exchange commenced from there, with Rollins avoiding Pele and coming out on top. AJ countered the Stomp though, catching Styles Clash for yet another near-fall. Rollins again countered Phenomenal Forearm nonetheless, flooring AJ with kicks and closing the show via Stomp.

Winner and STILL Champion: Seth Rollins

Post-match, these two went face to face with Rollins holding his title high as Styles offered a handshake. In the end, Seth accepted it, sharing a brief moment with his challenger.

- Elsewhere, Kofi admitted that he's not sure he'd be champion without New Day. Woods says that he's being too harsh on himself, promising to respect his partner's wishes by staying backstage. Tonight, Kingston proves himself yet again.

- The Lucha House Party are here next, getting fans fired up until Lars Sullivan arrived. He's supposedly halting a six-man tag match, flattening Metalik and Dorado on the outside as only Kalisto remained. The former US Champion tried to cut his foe off but Sullivan battered him, unleashing ground and pound and then hitting a sit-out powerbomb too.

WWE Title

Kevin Owens vs. Kofi Kingston (C)

A brawl got this one underway, with Owens coming out on top until a clothesline halted him. Kingston then followed him to the floor, leaping over the steps and onto his foe. He then launched Owens into the barricade, next coming off the top to continue his onslaught as well. Back in-ring, Owens turned the tide, scoring a sudden superkick and going to work with stomps. Now in control, Owens slowed things, landing a senton to the spine before throwing Kingston into a ring-post.

He then hit a frog-splash to the floor, next clubbing Kofi as things returned to the ring. Kingston soon rallied though, flipping his foe into the corner and resetting things as a result. A comeback followed, with Kingston using a flurry of strikes to rock the challenger. Owens countered Boom Drop though, applying Boston Crab instead. After a struggle, Kingston reached the bottom rope though and he then fired back once more, violently stomping Owens onto the apron.

KO had an answer for the 'trust-fall' regardless, super-kicking Kofi out of the air but then eating SOS in center ring. He kicked out though and caught Trouble in Paradise, re-applying Boston Crab and forcing the champion to reach the bottom rope yet again. Owens was unable to follow-up either, with Kingston blocking his superkick before unleashing a wild assault of punches. He still couldn't build momentum though, running into the pop-up powerbomb for yet another near-fall.

Kingston then avoided the Stunner, hitting Trouble in Paradise and sending Owens to the floor. The champion dragged his foe back inside but ate a Stunner for his troubles, barely reaching for the rope at 2. Enraged, Owens then took Kingston's shoes off and attempted Swanton Bomb only for it to blocked. Trouble in Paradise followed and this one was over.

Winner and STILL Champion: Kofi Kingston

Men's Money in the Bank

Baron Corbin vs. Finn Balor vs. Ricochet vs. Andrade vs. Ali vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton

Chaos immediately ensues at the bell, with Ricochet hitting a spectacular dive early as Orton slammed both Ali and Balor on the announce table. He then slammed Ricochet too, retrieving a ladder and climbing until Andrade dropkicked it off balance. An elbow followed but others then entered, with Ali diving underneath a ladder onto Corbin. Suddenly only Ricochet remained but Ali then joined him, racing up the ladder until Corbin and McIntyre cut them off.

With ladders as their weapons, the pair dispatched Ali and Ricochet but Orton then re-entered, flooring both and thinking RKO. Corbin pushed him into Claymore instead though, with Balor coming in and running wild regardless. He then climbed the ladder but Andrade cut him off, using another ladder before placing it as a precarious bridge of sorts. That soon became a factor, with Andrade hitting a sunset flip powerbomb to absolutely destroy Balor on the ladder.

Moments later and Ali was the one flurrying, taking out all involved and climbing the ladder until Andrade intervened. He then set up his own ladder, racing Ali up and eating a Spanish Fly for his troubles. Drew was the next man in control, preparing another ladder and then being saved as Corbin slammed Ali through the announce table. Baron then back-stabbed McIntyre, chokeslamming Balor onto a ladder and Deep Six'ing Ricochet on the floor.

Claymore halted him on the outside though and this is absolute carnage. The only man standing, Balor began to climb but Drew cut him off, violently suplexing his foe onto the ladder. Ricochet then returned, flooring Drew only to be launched over the top and through a ladder on the outside. Orton stopped Drew though, landing RKO only to be removed by Corbin. As he headed up, Ali returned, dispatching the bigger man and climbing up himself. With the briefcase in his hands though, Ali was stopped in his tracks as Brock Lesnar appeared.

Lesnar sprinted to the ring and pushed Ali off, climbing up and taking the briefcase too!

Winner: Brock Lesnar

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