Lucha House Party vs. Three Unknown Wrestlers
Lucha House Party hits the jobbers with impressive moves before Kalisto drops the one guy with Salida del Sol. Gran Metallik follows up with a diving elbow drop. Lince Dorado finishes the guy off with a shooting star press for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Lucha House Party
We see highlights of Roman Reigns defeating Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania. They’ll face in a WrestleMania rematch tonight.
Ricochet makes his entrance. Ricochet is putting his Money in the Bank spot on the line with a match against Robert Roode, next.
We see The Miz backstage still waiting for Shane McMahon.
Ricochet vs. Robert Roode
Ricochet’s spot in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match is on the line here.
Roode starts off by stomping away at Ricochet, but Ricochet soon makes a comeback. Roode ambushes him down and hits a short-arm clothesline for a two count. Roode applies a chin lock. Roode goes for a catapult into the corner, but Ricochet lands on the ropes and hits a moonsault block. Ricochet hits a pair of running forearms before lifting him up. Roode slides off and clubs him. Ricochet uppercuts him and hits the ropes, but Roode hits a spinebuster for a near fall. Roode puts Ricochet on the top rope, but Ricochet knocks him back. Ricochet crushes him with the 630 to remain in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match!
Winner by Pinfall: Ricochet
Roman Reigns will take on Drew McIntyre later tonight in a WrestleMania rematch. We’ll also see WWE Champion Kofi Kingston defend his title against Daniel Bryan.
Replays are shown of Rey Mysterio defeating Samoa Joe in a non-title match last week on RAW. They’ll face again at Money in the Bank with the United States Championship on the line.
Rey Mysterio is walking backstage with his son, Dominick. Heath Slater comes up and greets them. Mysterio goes into his locker room while Dominick goes to get something. We soon see Samoa Joe stalking behind Dominick.
WWE United States Champion Samoa Joe is talking to Dominick backstage. Joe says Dominick has been around for a while with his father and Uncle Eddie. Joe thinks Dominick wanted to come out and humiliate him last week. Is that because he did it to his father in front of 80,000 people at WrestleMania? Joe has a message for his father. Mysterio may think he was the better man, but he looks forward to defending the title against him at Money in the Bank. Dominick walks off.
Replays are shown of the brawl between Becky Lynch and Lacey Evans last week on RAW.
Lacey Evans makes her entrance. She is dressed to compete. Naomi makes her way to the ring in a dress. Dana Brooke is out next in regular clothes. Finally, Natalya comes out dressed in business casual. Finally, Alexa Bliss comes out. They’ll be at ringside to watch Evans fight.
Lacey Evans vs. Ali Katrina
Evans powers the woman to the corner and whips her head off the turnbuckle. Evans stomps the woman before hitting a slingshot Bronco Buster. Evans connects with the Woman’s Right for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Lacey Evans
Lacey Evans thanks everyone for coming to a classy event, but a proper RSVP was expected. The reason she has these four nasties out here is simple. They all deserved a front row seat to see what a legitimate lady is capable of. At Money in the Bank, Becky Two Belts will lose everything courtesy of a Woman’s Right. She’s aware one of them may win the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. She hopes they’re smarter than they look. If any of them have the audacity to cash in after she wins the RAW Women’s Title, they’ll regret their opportunity. They’ll come up short just like The Man will come up short.
RAW and Smackdown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch makes her way to the ring. Lynch charges the ring, and they begin to brawl. Lynch bounces Evans off the apron and gets her in the ring. Lynch goes for the Dis-Arm-Her, but Evans gets away. Lynch stands tall in the ring.
Kofi Kingston will defend his WWE Championship against Daniel Bryan later tonight.
Daniel Bryan is shown backstage. Kofi Kingston’s constant shilling of pancakes and consumerism is a threat to everyone’s existence. Bryan will eliminate him for the future of humanity. Bryan is here to correct the course of human history and become the Planet’s Champion once again.
The Viking Raiders make their entrance. They’ll be in action against Hawking and Ryder, next.
We go backstage to see The Usos looking for The Revival.
The Viking Raiders vs. Hawkins and Ryder
This is a non-title match. Hawkins and Ryder attack The Viking Raiders. They work over Ivar with quick tags. They double-team him for a two count. Hawkins hits a corner dropkick on Ivar. Ryder follows up with a Broski Boot for a two count. Ivar quickly takes Hawkins down with a seated senton. Erik tags in, and they knee Hawkins down for a two count. Ryder tags in and runs wild. Ryder gets Ivar on the outside, and Hawkins clotheslines him down. Erik then kicks Hawkins in the head. Ryder hits Erik with a baseball slide before getting him in the ring. Erik counters a Rough Ryder into double knees. Ivar tags in, and they hit Ryder with The Viking Experience for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Viking Raiders
They plug the two WrestleMania rematches happening on the show later tonight.
Firefly Fun House
Bray Wyatt steps into the frame while children clap. Mercy the Buzzard is making a lot of noise. Wyatt asks what he’s doing. Mercy has some white stuffing in his mouth. Abby the Witch tells him to show what he’s doing. Wyatt wants to see what all the fuss is about. Wyatt pulls the Rabbling Rabbit out of the box. Mercy says he despises the Rabbit. Wyatt says it’s perfectly ok to express yourself however you want either by painting or ripping something to shreds. You can be forgiven. Wyatt thinks Mercy should be rewarded. It’s time for a picnic. Miserable looking children are shown sitting on the floor. Wyatt says he will always light the way as long as they let him in. Wyatt then cheerfully waves.
Replays are shown of AJ Styles perhaps inadvertently hitting Seth Rollins with a Phenomenal Forearm.
Seth Rollins is backstage looking upset. Rollins says it doesn’t matter if Styles hit him by accident or on purpose. Styles made his point perfectly clear after walking off. The next time Styles walks away with him, it’ll be with two black eyes and a broken face.
Roman Reigns will take on Drew McIntyre in a WrestleMania rematch, next.
Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre
McIntyre knocks Reigns to the corner and punches him. McIntyre sends him into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. McIntyre quickly throws him to the corner, but Reigns pops out with a clothesline. Reigns tries for the 10 punches, but McIntyre blocks it. McIntyre then hits him with a belly-to-belly overhead suplex. McIntyre punches away at Reigns before hitting a suplex for a near fall. McIntyre applies an arm bar. Reigns tries to fight up, but McIntyre takes him down by the hair. A light “Roman” chant picks up. McIntyre punches him and slides out of a Samoan Drop. McIntyre hits the ropes, but Reigns follows him in and connects with two clotheslines. McIntyre ducks a leaping clothesline and connects with a sloppy belly-to-belly overhead suplex. McIntyre sends Reigns into the ring post before putting him back in the ring. McIntyre stomps the face before attempting a suplex, but Reigns counters into a suplex of his own. Reigns soon gets to his feet and clotheslines McIntyre out of the ring. Reigns sets up for a Drive By Dropkick, but McIntyre bit boots him. McIntyre follows up with an inverted Alabama Slam into the apron.
We come back from the break to see Reigns attempt a Superman Punch, but McIntyre counters into a spinebuster for a near fall. McIntyre sets up for a Claymore Kick, but Reigns sidesteps it. Reigns punches back at him before delivering an uppercut. McIntyre immediately comes back with a Glasgow Kiss for a near fall. McIntyre sets up for a Double Arm DDT, but Reigns gets out. Reigns quickly kicks out of a backslide pin and spikes McIntyre with a DDT for a near fall.
McIntyre gets out of the ring holding his neck. Reigns sets up for a Superman Punch, but McIntyre kicks him before sending him into the steel ring steps. McIntyre gets him in the ring and hits a swinging sidewalk slam for a near fall. McIntyre goes to the top rope and jumps into a Superman Punch. Reigns covers, but McIntyre kicks out at two and a half. Reigns sets up for a Spear, but McIntyre kicks him. Reigns soon hits the ropes and Spears McIntyre. Reigns covers, but Shane McMahon attacks him for the disqualification.
Winner by Disqualification: Roman Reigns
Shane McMahon and Elias double-team Reigns until The Miz runs down to make the save. Miz has a steel chair in his hand. Miz chases McMahon through the crowd. Elias grabs Reigns and sends him into a Claymore Kick.
We go backstage to see Shane McMahon running backstage and finding a spot to hide. The Miz runs by him. Charly Caruso comes up to McMahon and asks about the Steel Cage Match. McMahon walks off, but she chases after him. McMahon goes to get in his limousine, but Miz attacks him with the chair. Miz punches him around the limo and knocks him into the body of the car. McMahon quickly kicks him in the groin, gets in the limo, and speeds off.
A video package highlights Kofi Kingston winning the WWE Championship at WrestleMania a month ago.
Kofi Kingston will defend his WWE Championship against Daniel Bryan later tonight.
The Revival are in the ring prepared to fight Anderson and Gallows. Replays are shown of Dash Wilder shaving Scott Dawson’s back.
The Usos come out and says they’re going to make The Revival hotter. The Usos show their version of Icy Hot called “Usey Hot.” The Revival start writhing around in pain because their genitalia area is coated in it apparently. The Usos give them water bottles, so The Revival pours it down their trunks. However since it’s sweat activated, it makes it worse. This belongs on the worst of WWE’s comedy.
WWE Champion Kofi Kingston is backstage. A lot of people thought him winning the title was impossible. Kingston showed the world that the impossible is possible. Daniel Bryan said he was going to correct the course of human history. Not only will he retain the WWE Championship, he’ll also send Bryan’s whining behind back to where he came from. Bryan will know exactly why he’s the WWE champion, BABY!
No Way Jose is making his way to the ring, but Lars Sullivan makes his way to the ring. Sullivan annihilates the conga line before destroying No Way Jose. Sullivan slams one of the conga line members on the barricade before throwing another into the ring post. Finally, Sullivan gets another one in the ring. Jose fights back, but Sullivan immediately drops him. Sullivan hits Jose with a running sit-out powerbomb and poses.
Coming up next, Kofi Kingston defends the WWE Championship against Daniel Bryan.
Mr. McMahon is in the back talking on the phone about what a genius he is before reiterating that there will be three Wild Card superstars on the shows per week or he’ll suspend someone. Elias doesn’t count since he was with Shane. Lars Sullivan walks in, so McMahon ups it to four.
Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Daniel Bryan
The bell rings, and Bryan quickly starts kicking him to the corner and hits a running corner dropkick. Kingston makes a comeback, knocks him out of the ring, and takes him down with a leaping plancha.
We come back from the break to see Kingston take Bryan down and hits a slingshot splash for a two count. Kingston chops the chest before having a whip reversed. Bryan goes for a monkey flip, but Kingston lands on his feet. Bryan soon gives him a back body drop out of the ring. Bryan sends Kingston shoulder-first into the ring post. Bryan applies a hammerlock and sends him shoulder-first into the ring post again. Bryan gets him in the ring and hits a double underhook suplex into an arm bar. Bryan tries for a LeBell Lock, but Kingston escapes. They then wipe each other out with dual cross-body blocks.
We come back from the final break of the evening to see Bryan wipe Kingston out with a nasty back body drop over the top rope! Kingston’s head snapped off the ringside mats hard.
Bryan goes outside and sends Kingston sternum-first into the barricade. Kingston makes a comeback by leaping to the apron and then the top rope before coming off with a diving cross-body block to the floor! Kingston gets Bryan in the ring and goes to the top rope for a diving splash for a near fall. Kingston goes for a whip into the ropes, but Bryan counters into the LeBell Lock. Kingston fights to get to the bottom rope. Bryan kicks away at the injured shoulder of Kingston. Kingston fights back, but Bryan catches him with a German Suplex attempt. Kingston lands on his feet and hits a leaping clothesline. Kingston hits a Boom Drop. Kingston goes for Trouble in Paradise, but Bryan dropkicks him out of mid-air. Bryan hits a bridging German Suplex for a near fall. Bryan goes for a Busaiku Knee Kick, but Kingston avoids it. Bryan avoids Trouble in Paradise and goes for the LeBell Lock, but Kingston fights out. Kingston then hits Trouble in Paradise for the win.
Winner and still WWE Champion: Kofi Kingston
Kofi Kingston celebrates with his WWE Championship as the show comes to an end.