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Drew McIntyre vs. Finn Balor

Collar and elbow, McIntyre backing him into the corner and breaking with a forearm when referee John Cone demands it but Balor ducks and throws a chop that does nothing! Drew hammers him with strikes, stomps his hand, whip across into a front kick but Finn floats out of a slam. Leg kicks, cut off, McIntyre stomping the legs, big chop in the corner but Balor slips away and takes his leg out at the knee with a dropkick!

 

Drew hosses him into the corner off a front chancery, setting him up top and joining him, jawing, Balor slips out and kicks his leg out from under him and stomps away at the knee for good measure! To the apron, up top but McIntyre grabs him and belly-to-belly suplexes him across the ring! Kneeling on him, forearm connects, demanding that Finn fight back and fending off a sunset flip before hitting another huge belly-to-belly suplex!

 

Following it up with a kneeling armbar, Balor slips out, more leg kicks and Drew gets a twisting suplex for two! Back to the kneeling armbar but Finn rallies in the corner. Flying forearms, double leg denied, powerbomb lift, float over, double leg into the double stomp! Charging chop, up and over, off the ropes, satellite DDT! Off the ropes… TOPE CON GIRO!

 

Back inside, Sling Blade begets a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and Drew gets a nearfall out of it! Rolling solebutt, inverted Alabama Slam reversed to a victory roll pin for two! Enzuigiri from the apron, headed up top, jockeying for position… AVALANCHE AIR RAID CRASH CAN’T PUT FINN AWAY! Dumping Balor to the floor, when he follows Finn traps him in the ring skirt and goes a-stomping, shades of Roderick Strong at Evolve 38!

 

Looking to put the exclamation point on it and Drew trips him face-first into the corner of the ring! Big headbutt to follow, throwing Balor back inside… AND DOLPH ZIGGLER’S HERE WITH A SUPERKICK WHILE REFEREE JOHN CONE IS OCCUPIED! He gets a chair but McIntyre kicks it into his face and throws him inside! Smashing the chair into the ringpost, but when he comes back inside…

 

Finn Balor wins by pinfall with the Coup de Grace.

 

Backstage, Finn Balor is interviewed.

 

He says he doesn’t know what Dolph was doing out there and speak of the devil, he rolls up and tells Finn he didn’t have a chance. Balor tells him to keep his nose out of his business and Ziggler attacks, throwing him over some road cases!

 

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Team RAW vs. Team SmackDown

 

The first guy out was Samoa Joe from the SmackDown side, who fell to a Claymore from Drew McIntyre.

 

The action completely broke down from here, notably when Strowman went after McIntyre after some verbal sniping. In the end, Strowman ended up taking offense from everywhere, including an elbow from Shane McMahon through the announcer’s desk.

 

McIntrye was hated by his entire team, and that led to multiple attacks. Finn Balor was one of those, and he ended up taken out by Rey Mysterio. There was a ton of action both in and outside of the ring, with bodies everywhere.

 

Next out was Dolph Ziggler, who was pinned by none other than Shane O’Mac. Hey, he’s the Best in the World, and no one knows that better than Ziggler, right?

 

The moment of the match came just after, when Strowman showed up out of nowhere and clotheslined McMahon as he was trying to hit Coast-to-Coast on Lashley. He got into the match shortly after and eliminated Jeff Hardy, who had tagged in. Mysterio came in next and he also fell to the powerslam.

 

Lashley, McIntyre, and Strowman were left on the Raw side while SmackDown was down to just Miz and a beat up McMahon.

 

That went to a 3-on-1 advantage when Miz was also taken out with the powerslam.

 

Only Shane left.

 

T-Rex dropkick.

 

Corner splash.

 

Running powerslam.

 

Pin.

 

Team Raw wins, with three survivors, and they go up 4-0.

 

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Constable Baron Corbin vs. Finn Balor
Finn is fighting in the Demon paint here and Corbin is shook, complaining this isn’t what he agreed to.

Shotgun dropkick right out the gates, Sling Blade, lariat over the ropes… TOPE CON GIRO! Back inside, Baron flees out the next side, but Finn hits a Sling Blade on the floor! Shotgun dropkick into the barricade and the action heads back inside. Enzuigiri from the apron, up top, diving double stomp to the back of the neck! Shotgun dropkick, headed up top…

Finn Balor wins by pinfall with Coup de Grace

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Finn Balor vs. Baron Corbin

We go to the ring and out first comes Finn Balor. Baron Corbin is out next. JoJo isn’t happy as she has to re-announce Corbin as the Constable appointed by RAW Commissioner Stephanie McMahon.

Back and forth to start the match but Corbin quickly takes control. Corbin dominates Balor and talks trash about his size. Corbin manhandles Balor some before taking him to the mat and keeping him down. Balor tries to fight back but Corbin plants him into the mat. Corbin takes his time and stomps on Balor, keeping him down. Corbin with another big power move but he takes his time and Balor kicks out at 2. Corbin with a big forearm. Corbin keeps Balor grounded again. Balor looks to make another comeback and drops Corbin with the enziguri. Balor goes to the top but Corbin grabs him and brings him to the mat. Corbin with a chokeslam – backbreaker combo for another close 2 count. Corbin argues with the referee.

Corbin with more power moves to dominate Balor. Balor catches Corbin with a Slingblade out of nowhere. Corbin still keeps control and catches Balor in a Deep Six for another pin attempt. Corbin delivers elbows to Balor now. Balor fights back again and goes to the top for Coup de Grace but Corbin cuts him off. Corbin looks to hit the End of Days but Balor counters and rolls him up for the win.

Winner: Finn Balor

– After the match, Corbin is furious over the win out of nowhere as Balor quickly goes to the floor while his music hits. We go to replays and come back to Balor celebrating to the back.

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Men’s Money In the Bank Ladder Match: Samoa Joe vs. Finn Balor vs. Rusev vs. Kevin Owens vs. Bobby Roode vs. The Miz vs. Braun Strowman vs. Kofi Kingston

We go to the ring and out first comes Samoa Joe for tonight’s main event. We see the Money In the Bank briefcase hanging high above the ring. Finn Balor is out next. Aiden English is out next to do the introduction for Rusev. Kevin Owens is out next, followed by Bobby Roode. Out next comes The Miz. Braun Strowman is out next as the other Superstars look on. It’s time to find out who The New Day is sending into the match as their music hits. Big E, Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston all come out to the stage and talk it over. Big E moves forward but steps back. Woods acts like he’s going to the ring next but its Kofi.

Fans chant for Kofi as the bell rings. Everyone attacks Braun and take him to the corner. Braun fights his way out. Balor charges Braun but gets dropped. Braun splashes Roode and Miz at the same time in the corner. Owens charges but Braun floors him. Braun stands tall and yells out. Strowman grabs a ladder to bring in but Joe hits him from behind. Kofi launches himself at Braun on the floor. Braun drops Owens on the ramp as he charges. Miz and Roode double team Braun with ladder shots now. Roode and Balor drop Braun with a ladder attack now. They all bury Braun under a bunch of ladders on the stage now.

Miz takes advantage of the Braun burial and runs back to the ring to stand a ladder up. Miz climbs but Joe runs into the ring and pushes the ladder over. Miz begs Joe from his knees. Joe drops Balor as he tries to enter the ring. Joe rams Miz back into the corner with a ladder. Kofi with Trouble In Paradise to Joe and a ladder dropkick into Miz. Kofi lays a ladder on Miz and hits a Boom Drop onto it. Kofi stands a ladder up as fans chant for The New Day. Owens pulls Kofi off the ladder. Owens misses the pop-up powerbomb but hits Kofi with the superkick. Owens climbs but Balor stops him. Balor gets his hand on the case but Owens brings him down. They trade shots and Balor drops Owens for the double leg drop. (more…)

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Ladder match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship: Seth Rollins vs. Finn Bálor vs. Samoa Joe vs. The Miz

Rollins and Joe go at it while Miz and Balor engage to get the match started. Joe ends up as the last man standing, but The Architect quickly recovers and hits a blockbuster to Joe and Miz at the same time. Seth hits a couple of precision suicide dives before grabbing a ladder. Joe ends up tripping Rollins into a ladder for the first painful spot of the match.

Balor drops Joe on the ladder to get a little pop from the crowd. He sets it up and begins to climb. Miz pulls him down and kicks him in the face. Balor and Rollins fight over the ladder until they end up on opposite sides. Miz and Joe come in and tip it over to take them out. Joe turns on Miz and sets up a ladder in the corner. It falls down, so he slams Balor on top of it. Finn hits a sling blade and a dropkick into the ladder to take control. He climbs to the top rope and Seth meets him up there. Joe grabs them and turns it into a tower of doom.

Samoa Joe takes a Skull Crushing Finale right onto the ladder and rolls out of the ring. Rollins meets Miz on top of the ladder and both men reach for the belt. They fight until Miz knocks Seth down. Miz is a one-man wrecking crew as he takes out Balor and Rollins with some of his signature moves. Balor kicks Miz and he lands on the ladder. Finn hits the Coup de Grace while Miz lays on the ladder before setting it up and beginning to climb. Joe runs in and rips him down.

Joe plants Finn with an urinagi. He climbs up the ladder but Balor tips it over and he hits the top rope. Rollins springboards onto the ladder and grabs the title before Balor can reach it to retain in one of the better Ladder match endings we have seen in recent memory.

Winner: Seth Rollins

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