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WWE Money in the Bank (2018)

TV-PG | | Action, Sport | TV Special 17 June 2018
Participants from both RAW and Smackdown compete to earn the Money in the Bank briefcase.


Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Scherr ... Braun Strowman (as Braun Strowman)
A.J. Styles ... AJ Styles
Shinsuke Nakamura ... Self
Ronda Rousey ... Ronda Rousey
Savelina Fanene ... Nia Jax
Lexi Kaufman ... Alexa Bliss
Colby Lopez ... Seth Rollins
Jeff Sciullo ... Elias
Kanako Urai ... Asuka
Leah Van Dale ... Carmella
Fergal Devitt ... Finn Bálor
Joe Seanoa ... Samoa Joe
Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin ... The Miz
Miroslav Barnyashev ... Rusev
Bobby Roode ... Self
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Participants from both RAW and Smackdown compete to earn the Money in the Bank briefcase.

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Alexa Bliss is the third fastest cash in after winning the Money in the Bank Contract, in terms of time recognized by the WWE. Her total time holding the contract before cash in was 119 minutes and 43 seconds in 2018. The second fastest was Dean Ambrose at 56 minutes 39 seconds in 2016. The record for the fastest is held by Kane at 50 minutes 56 seconds in 2010. All three wrestlers cashed in their contracts the same night they won them. All three were successful when they cashed them in. See more »


When Nia Jax stood up after her match and looked angry upon Alexa she incorrectly held her right arm as if it were injured. Ronda Rousey held her left arm in an arm bar. She then realized her mistake and switched arms and held her left arm. On camera you can clearly see her switching arms. See more »


Samoa Joe: [to Kevin Owens referring to a really tall ladder near them] Get your ass up there!
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WWE Money in the Bank: Another underwhelming ppv
18 June 2018 | by PlatypuschowSee all my reviews

For the sake of this review I'll break it down (No spoilers)

Bludgeon Brothers vs the Good Brothers

Now for me the Bludgeons are fantastic and I can't believe its been this long for them to use them correctly, but the gimmick is terrible and really damaging for me. Flipside we have Gallows & Anderson who should have stayed in Japan, they are wasted here. The match was rushed, uneventful and did few favours for anyone.

Daniel Bryan vs Big Cass

Cass is going nowhere fast, he's the kind of heel who gets booed fiercely because people genuinely don't like him and not because they're supposed to. He's mediocre in the ring, weak on the mic and as this match demonstrated is a really poor seller. Now in big guy vs little guy matches you generally have a certain dynamic that you follow, here they decided to throw that out that window. Yes the match was better than their last encounter and as a whole better than you'd expect but I'm left feeling that the losers career is going nowhere fast and this fued did nothing for them.

Bobby Lashley vs Sami Zayn

I'm a Zayn fan, I hate seeing him used poorly and he has been ever since getting called up from NXT. Then you have Lashley, a guy who in his last run bored the hell out of me! He went to TNA developed his skills and came out the other end an improved performer but still not exactly anything higher than a B player. Bringing him back was logical, booking him the way they have is not. This short, pitiful match was an embarassing finale was 100% predictible and a slap in the face to the fans.

Intercontinental Championship Seth Rollins (c) vs Elias

I like Elias, the guy has that rare ability to connect to the fans to such a degree he gets boo'd, cheered and has people reciting his catchphrase all in one single promo. Thus far he's not exactly been booked consistently but it was nice to see him in the title picture. Rollins and Elias put on a solid match and certainly one of the better of the night.

Womens Money In The Bank

Rumours had been circulating about the winner on the internet for weeks and I was left hoping they weren't true from the outset. Every girl (Even Lana) went all out in the match and delivered quite a few outstanding memorable spots including an Ember Moon springboard cross body to Sasha Banks onto a ladder that looked deeply painful. The fans weren't happy with the outcome, but I was entertained enough that I didn't care.

Roman Reigns vs Jinder Mahal

Another offensively 100% predictible match that had chants of boring and zero interaction from the crowd. Nobody wanted to see this match and it was as bad as people expected.

Smackdown Womens Championship Carmella (c) vs Asuka

Another match where internet rumours were circulating and I was deeply hoping they were false. Now my main gripe here is just how competitive they made Carmella look. Remember the character she is supposed to play and what Asuka is supposed to be, so why was this not entirely one sided. Sadly the match didn't deliver, was very underwhelming and the ending was a train wreck.

WWE Championship AJ Styles (c) vs Shinsuke Nakamura

I had a prediction for this match, in fact I was really quite confident about it. My prediction was because it was logical. WWE do not use logic, and my prediction was incorrect. Instead the two men delivered a solid bout but still not even remotely close to their NJPW bout. Hopefully this fued is over and both men can move onto something more fitting if they aren't going to book it smart.

RAW Womens Championship Nia Jax (c) vs Ronda Rousey

I hate the booking leading to this. So we have Rousey whose entire character has been built around this "No special treatment, no perks in my contract, I'll work for everything I get, I'm just one of the girls" character then her very first singles match is for the title? Give me a break. And then we have Nia who only just turned face for her fued with Bliss and now she's turning heel suddenly for Rousey? It makes no sense and is simply bad booking. So what could they possibly do here? Take the title off Nia so quickly making her a transitional champion? That would be dumb. But you also can't have their main attraction Ronda Rousey losing her debut match! You've also got the still very green Rousey vs the limited big woman Jax so the match was likely to be terrible. This was a logically hard one to book but to their credit it was okay, it was better than I expected and have to hand it to Rousey that she is coming along nicely and I just hope she sticks around. The finale wasn't entirely shocking, but I was happy with it.

Mens Money In The Bank

When the womens Money In The Bank is stupidly better in quality than the mens when you have the likes of Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Kofi Kingston and Bobby Roode in you've done something very badly wrong. And they had, very very wrong. The whole match revolved around one man, and that man won. It did nothing for anyone and the winner simply didn't need this. Bad, bad, bad.

So to summarize MITB was yet another average ppv with more snaps than pops overshadowed by the superior NXT Takeover: Chicago

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